ANFS Students Flock to Graduate and Professional Programs

June 6, 2012 under CANR News

Pictured, from left to right: Christa Kurman, Noelle Diana, Allison Gedney, Samantha Pettingill, Allie Keresman, Alexandra Aaron, Marissa Dick, Meghan Fitzpatrick, Jennifer West, Holly Powers, and Brooke Fenamore.

A large number of new and recent graduates from the University of Delaware’s College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Department of Animal and Food Sciences (ANFS) have been accepted into positions in professional and graduate programs and will be entering the programs this year.

Beyond the success of individual graduates, the department is also exceedingly proud of the broad impact ANFS graduates will continue to have on the field of veterinary medicine. The University of Delaware will soon be represented by 22 additional ANFS graduates entering 9 different veterinary schools. These veterinary students will later join the ranks of more than 150 UD ANFS alumni who are already working as veterinarians worldwide.

The ANFS department would like to recognize the following 2012 ANFS graduates and recent alumni for their significant achievements and wish them all the best in their educational programs and careers:

The students include-

Professional Programs:
Alex Aaron
Turquoise Abdullah
Brittany Branick
Lisa Brody (’10)
Simone (Issey) Chew-Chin (’11)
Noelle Diana
Marissa Dick
Kristen Endres
Brooke Fenamore
Meghan Fitzpatrick
Allison Gedney
Marissa Goldstein
Caitlin Gormley
Rebecca Gounaris
Allie Keresman
Caroline Kozar
Grace Oldfield
Holly Powers
Alex Pinamonti (’04)
Stephanie Principati
Rothman Reyes
Samantha Rivera
Jennifer West
Ross University (Vet Med)
University of Delaware (Accelerated Nursing Program)
Ross University (Vet Med)
University of Pennsylvania (Vet Med)
University of Pennsylvania (Vet Med)
Ohio State University (Vet Med)
University of Pennsylvania (Vet Med)
University of Pennsylvania (Vet Med)
University of Pennsylvania (Vet Med)
Tufts University (Vet Med)
Ross University (Vet Med)
Ross University (Vet Med)
University of Pennsylvania (Vet Med)
Virginia-Maryland Regional College (Vet Med)
Purdue University (Vet Med)
St. George’s University (Vet Med)
North Carolina State University (Vet Med)
University of Pennsylvania (Vet Med)
University of Pennsylvania (Vet Med)
University of Pennsylvania (Vet Med)
Michigan State University (Vet Med)
Ross University (Vet Med)
University of Pennsylvania (Vet Med)
Graduate Programs:
Christa Kurman
Jasmine Macies
Allison Rogers
University of Tennessee, Knoxville (Masters in Animal Science-Dairy Cattle Behavior)
Columbia University (Masters in Public Health)
University of Delaware (Masters in Animal Science-Avian Science)
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