In The Halls
Lauren Hogan (Senior, Dietetics) has spent the spring semester working at the U.S. Department of Agriculture Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion as part of the University of Georgia Washington Semester program.
Antoinette Lander (PhD student, Human Development and Family Science) has been awarded the Endsley-Peifer Student Research Award for her paper, "The role of religiosity in the relationship between parents, peers and adolescent risky sexual behavior."
Martin Seay and Michal Polanowski (PhD Candidates, Housing and Consumer Economics) and Antoinette Landor, Donna Hancock and Catie O'Neal (PhD Students, Human Development and Family Science) have been presented Outstanding Teaching Assistant awards by the University of Georgia.
Taylor Schlopy (Senior, Human Development and Family Science) was the second pick overall during the National Pro Fastpitch draft held in March. Schlopy, an outfielder with a .273 batting average, was selected by the Akron Racers.
FACS Ambassadors Margaret Sullivan (R) and Taylor Hawke were among FACS alumni and students who handed out exam survival kits filled with snacks to tide students over as they prepared for their final exams.