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Announcing the 2018 FSHN Alumni Impact Award winners

The Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition at Iowa State University is pleased to announce the winners of the 2018 FSHN Alumni Impact Award.

The winners are as follows:

  • Milagros Hojilla-Evangelista ('90, PhD food technology)
  • Julie Miller Jones ('68, BS home economics - food science)
  • Barb Struempler ('81, MS food and nutrition; '84, PhD food and nutrition)

The award winners will be recognized during the annual FSHN Department awards ceremony Thursday, Oct. 25, 2018, at the Jeff and Deb Hansen Agriculture Student Learning Center in Ames. Additional details about the ceremony will be announced on the FSHN website once the event gets closer.

This is the eighth year the awards have been given to alumni to recognize them for the impacts they have made in their profession. Past winners include:

2017

  • Celeste Clark ('77, MS nutrition)
  • Tunyawat Kasemsuwan ('91, MS food science and technology; '95, PhD food science and technology)
  • Susan Roberts ('73, BS dietetics)

2016

  • Andrew McPherson ('92, BS food science & technology - agriculture; '99, PhD food science and technology)
  • Linda Snetselaar ('72, BS dietetics)
  • Mary Wagner ('78, BS bacteriology; '80, MS food technology)

2015

  • Charlotte Hayes ('80, BS dietetics)
  • Justin Kanthak ('07, BS food science)
  • Julie Simonson ('87, BS food science - food and nutrition)

2014

  • Barbara Harland ('46, BS dietetics)
  • Rodrigo Tarte ('87, BS food technology and science; '90, MS food technology; '96, PhD food science and human nutrition) 
  • Jill Zullo ('96, PhD food science and human nutrition)

2013

  • Jill Moline ('98, BS food science)
  • Mary Shell ('06, BS food science)
  • Kris Spence ('94, MS food science and human nutrition; '98, PhD food science and technology)

2012

  • Linda Fullmer ('00, BS food science)
  • Lori Roth-Yousey ('83, BS dietetics - food and nutrition)

2011

  • Nancy Degner ('72, BS food science)
  • Simin Meydani ('81, PhD food science)
  • Justin Moore ('93, BS dietetics - family and consumer sciences)