Animal Science Students recognized as Student Fellows

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University of Tennessee Animal Science MS graduate students Rebecca Finchum and Kenzy Hoffmann were recently recognized at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. The International Livestock Congress recognized them both as Student Fellows.

According to the International Stockmen’s Education Foundation website: “In an effort to enhance the educational experiences of college students and strengthen the leaders of tomorrow’s livestock and meat industry, the International Stockmen’s Educational Foundation awards fellowships each year for the International Livestock Congress (“ILC”) to senior-level undergraduates and graduate students attending accredited colleges or universities. The ILC is a unique global event that brings leaders from the livestock and meat industry together to discuss issues of international importance that affect the future of animal agriculture. Scholastic achievement, leadership experiences, and a professional reference are all part of the stringent qualifying requirements for this fellowship program.”

Please join us in congratulating Rebecca and Kenzy!

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