Awards and accolades for CAHNR

4-H Leaders Conference Awards(1)
4-H Leaders Conference Awards, Connecticut Agricultural College. By Jerauld A. Manter, 1956. From the UConn Libraries Archives and Special Collections.

The American Society for Nutrition (ASN) recently recognized PhD student Courtney Millar as an emerging leader at its Nutrition 2018 meeting in Boston. Millar was part of the Emerging Leaders in Nutrition Science poster competition, which recognizes the highest quality research presented by students and young investigators to ASN’s abstract categories, according to the Nutrition 2018 website.

Jillian Ives, Ambassador Program Administrator, announced the new College Ambassador cohort for 2018-2019. The Ambassador website says, “Ambassadors serve as the face of CAHNR and RHSA. They help run programs on- and off-campus, and get to meet prospective students and families, current UConn students, and alums. They also receive leadership training and professional development from faculty and staff.”

Sarah Ammirato – Agriculture & Natural Resources, Ag Education Dual Degree ’20

Julia Assard – Allied Health Sciences ’20

Sydney Barker – Animal Science ’20

Ely-Anna Becerril – Natural Resources ’21

Isabela Blackwell – Allied Health Sciences ’20

Justyna Cieslik – Animal Science (AAS) ’18, Animal Science (BS) ’20

Julia Desiato – Pathobiology ’21

Lauren Engels – Animal Science ’19

Noah Freeman – Exercise Science ’19

Julia Guay – Natural Resources ’19

Cheyenne Johnson – Allied Health Sciences ’21

Jordan Kennedy – Animal Science (AAS) ’17, Allied Health Sciences ’19

Christina Kosecki – Animal Science ’20

Tessa Marandola – Animal Science ’20

Kathleen Renna – Diagnostic Genetic Sciences ’20

Chrishima Richards – Landscape Architecture ’20

Anne Schindler – Natural Resources ’19

Elaine Wehmhoff – Applied & Resource Economics ’20

Mengtian Zhu – Nutritional Sciences ’20