Student Accomplishments

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For an archive of previous years' accomplishments.

September 2018

Publications

Fellowships, Awards & Grants

  • Monica Pechanec won the Louis R. Rowan Fellowship, funded by the California Thoroughbred foundation.

August 2018

Publications

Fellowships, Awards & Grants

  • Maci Mueller was selected as a professional development fellow by the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research

July 2018

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May 2018

Publications

Fellowships, Awards & Grants

  • Kwangwook Kim- placed 1st for his poster presentation "Supplementation of Bacillus subtilis enhanced growth rate and gut barrier function of weaning pigs experimentally infected with F18 Escherichia coli" at the California Animal Nutrition Conference.
  • Vanessa Dahl received the 2018-19 AQHA Young Investigator Award
  • Vanessa Dahl also received the 2018-19 West Coast Equine foundation Scholarship
  • Carlyn Peterson was awarded the Lyons Fellowship for the 2018-19 Academic Year
  • Chris Miller was awarded the Lyons Fellowship for the 2018-19 Academic Year

    March 2018

    Fellowships, Awards & Grants

    • Kimberly Miller- received the 2018 NIH Trainee Travel Award to support her presentation at the 43rd Annual Conference of the ASA.
    • Lindsey Broadus received an award from the Western Poultry Scholarship and Research Foundation (March 2018)
    • Carmen Banks 2018-19 was awarded the Graduate Research Mentorship Award
    • Jill Hagey was awarded the 2018-19 Saxon, Leland roy and Georgia Wood Award
    • Michaiah Leal was awarded the 2018-19 UCD & Humanities Graduate Research Award
    • Erin Burns received Graduate Student Support Program Award for the 2018-19 Academic Year
    • Liza Gershony received the Ann T. Bowling Fellowship for the 2018-19 Academic Year
    • Ana da Silva received the Research and Education in Advanced Clinical Health Award for the 2018-19 Academic Year
    • Leah Mellinger recieved a funded traineeship with Sustainable Oceans NSF Training Program for the 2019-2020 Academic Year
    • Catherine McVey was awarded the 2018-19 Dean's Distinguished Fellowship


    Februrary 2018

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    January 2018

    Publications

    Fellowships, Awards & Grants

    • Sarah Klopatek recieved the California Cattlemen's Association Scholarship
    • Kebreab Lab was awarded a grant by the Gates Foundation to improve nutritional quality and food safe3ty in Ethiopia and Burkina Faso. Total grant amount totals $8.7 million
    • Moriel Singer-Berk received the Neal A. Jorgenson Genome Travel Award for the Plant and Animal Genome Conference


    December 2017

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    November 2017

    Publications

    Fellowships, Awards & Grants

    • Ashley Niesen, Yuki Okatsu, Maia Laabs, Hannah Gauthier,  and Morgan Wukadinovich received scholarships from the American Registry of Profesional Animal Scientists
    • Maia Laabs received the Memorial Scholarship from the CA Chapter of ARPAS in recongintion for her research activities with goats


    September 2017

    Publications

    Fellowships, Awards & Grants

    • Vanessa Dahl received a CEH grant for -The effect of horseshoe length on hoof wall strains and fetlock extension (Sept 2016-17)


    August 2017

    Publications

    Fellowships, Awards & Grants

    • Holland Dougherty received a Taste of America-California award.
    • Carlyn Peterson received the NMPF 2017 Scholarship for her study in the use of a novel methane inhibitor to improve the environmental footprint of dairy cattle


    July 2017

    Publications

    Fellowships, Awards & Grants

    • Vanessa Dahl received the Rusty and Kay Moody Post-Graduate Scholarship from the American Quarter Horse Foundation. She also received a 2017-18 grant from the Center for Equine Health


    June 2017

    Fellowships, Awards & Grants

    • Christine Miller received the Austin Eugene Lyons Fellowship for the 2017-18 academic year
    • Marcela Vilarino received the Austin Eugene Lyons Fellowship for the 2017-18 academic year
    • Carlyn Peterson received the Lily May Richards Fellowship for the 2017-18 academic year