Animal sciences grad student takes 2nd place in IAFP competition

Amanda King, a graduate student in the animal sciences department, was recently awarded 2nd place in the International Association of Food Protection’s Developing Scientist Competition. The honor was awarded based on a presentation she gave at the IAFP’s annual conference at the end of July about her HATCH-funded research project. IAFP is considered the leading food safety conference worldwide with over 2,500 industry, academic and government food safety professionals in attendance.