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Faculty and staff receive Research and Extension Awards

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:

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