COLLEGE STATION — Amber Adams, a doctoral student in the Department of Animal Science, was honored with the Anat AlMadani Award presented by the Texas A&M University Graduate Student Council during a ceremony held April 12, 2011.This award is given to a graduate student who has demonstrated knowledge of and interest in campus activities and organizations. Recipients are expected to display enthusiasm, motivation, communication, leadership, and/or organizational skills.Adams is pursuing a doctorate degree in animal science working under the direction of Dr. Ted Friend.
On campus, Adams was recently named vice president of information for the Graduate Student Council. She serves as secretary of the Animal Science Graduate Student Association, is the Graduate Student Council animal science representative and chair of the selfless service committee, is a member of the campus security awareness committee, and a team leader for Big Event and the Aggie Relay for Life team.
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