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American Society of Animal Science Honors Two NDSU Faculty

Dale Redmer and Kim Vonnahme, both animal sciences faculty at NDSU, received awards at the American Society of Animal Science annual meeting in New Orleans on Monday, July 11. Redmer received the Animal Physiology and Endocrinology Award and Vonnahme received the Early Career Achievement Award.

Fargo, N.D. – Dale Redmer and Kim Vonnahme, both animal sciences faculty at NDSU, received awards at the American Society of Animal Science annual meeting in New Orleans on Monday, July 11. Redmer received the Animal Physiology and Endocrinology Award and Vonnahme received the Early Career Achievement Award.

The Animal Physiology and Endocrinology Award is intended to stimulate research excellence in physiology and endocrinology. It is awarded based on basic or applied research in physiology and endocrinology with all classes of large and small animals and research work published in past 10 years.

The Early Career Achievement Award is intended to recognize achievement of young scholars working toward the mission of the American Society of Animal Science, fostering the discovery, sharing and application of scientific knowledge concerning the responsible use of animals to enhance human life and well being. Candidates for the award must have completed their most recent degree within the past 10 years and their programs must serve the mission of the American Society of Animal Science.


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