The recipients of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) and the College of Human Ecology (CHE) 2007 Research and Extension Awards include an entomologist who recently had a cabbage named in his honor, an animal scientist who is one of the most highly cited science authors in the world and a team devoted to preventing the abuse and neglect of children in institutional care around the globe.
The awards, given in a ceremony Nov. 19, celebrate the accomplishments of outstanding faculty and extension professionals.
"The colleagues we recognize today exemplify the ideals of our land-grant mission and our quest for discovery," said Susan A. Henry, the Ronald P. Lynch Dean of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
The 2007 CALS awards and recipients for 2007 are:
The 2007 CHE awards and recipients are: