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The department and its alumni group, the Nutrition and Dietetics Alumni Society, offer awards and hold events annually, and one faculty member received recognition for her research.

Faculty and staff in the department gather at the annual departmental picnic, held shortly before the start of the fall semester.

Faculty and staff in the department gather at the annual departmental picnic, held shortly before the start of the fall semester.

Sara Konczylo '10 NUTR stands with Dr. Gary Fosmire. Konczylo is the recipient of the Nutrition and Dietetics Society's (NDAS) annual John E. Smith Outstanding Senior in Nutrition Award.

Sara Konczylo '10 NUTR stands with Dr. Gary Fosmire. Konczylo is the recipient of the Nutrition and Dietetics Society's (NDAS) annual John E. Smith Outstanding Senior in Nutrition Award.

Sara Konczylo, Brenda Eissenstat, Dr. Gary Fosmire, and Dr. Shelly Nickols-Richardson

L-R: Sara Konczylo, Brenda Eissenstat, Dr. Gary Fosmire, and Dr. Shelly Nickols-Richardson

Dr. Shannon Kelleher is the recipient of the American Society for Nutrition's E.L.R. Stokstad Award, which recognizes outstanding fundamental research in nutrition, with preference to scientists at relatively early stages in their careers.

Dr. Shannon Kelleher is the recipient of the American Society for Nutrition's E.L.R. Stokstad Award, which recognizes outstanding fundamental research in nutrition, with preference to scientists at relatively early stages in their careers.

Dr. Dana Small (M) stands with Drs. Rebecca Corwin (L) and Gordon Jensen (R). Small is the recipient of the Ruth L. Pike Award, which is given on an annual basis to one individual who has made outstanding contributions to nutrition research. Small was the first neuroscientist to receive this honor.

Dr. Dana Small (M) stands with Drs. Rebecca Corwin (L) and Gordon Jensen (R). Small is the recipient of the Ruth L. Pike Award, which is given on an annual basis to one individual who has made outstanding contributions to nutrition research. Small was the first neuroscientist to receive this honor.