There is still time to apply for the Kinsman International
Award. Applications are due by Friday, March
11. Eligible students must present verification of their plan to travel internationally
with primary intent toward meat science education. Appropriate international
activities involve the international travel of a student for the primary
purpose of meat science education. Examples include: study research, or
internship opportunities, as well as attendance at meetings that are
international for the student such as ICoMST or RMC, for the purpose of
presenting their research findings. This
year one cash award of $1250 will be awarded.
The recipient will also receive a complementary membership to AMSA for
the following year. Interested applicants can find more information and the
application on the AMSA website.
You can also contact Rachel Adams
with additional questions.
Kinsman was a long-time AMSA member whose work in meat science research and
commitment to international opportunities for students set him apart from his
peers. The objective of this program is to honor the memory and achievements of
Dr. Kinsman and promote international collaboration by recognizing an
outstanding student member with a financial award in support of international