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Lyssy honored as senior merit award recipient


Lyssy honored as senior merit award recipient
Dr. Mark Hussey (left), vice chancellor and dean, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, and Dr. Alan Sams, executive associate dean, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, present a senior merit award to Alexandra Lyssy April 13.


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COLLEGE STATION -- Texas A&M University’s 57th annual College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Convocation was held April 13 in the Texas A&M AgriLife Center in College Station. The senior merit awards were among the awards given at the ceremony.

Among those receiving the senior merit award was Alexandra Lyssy of Floresville, a senior food science and technology major. She is president of the Food Science Club and has served as an area representative for the Institute of Food Technologists Student Association. She works at Mom’s Meals for a Month as a food service manager.

Following graduation, she will go to work in the food science industry.

The senior merit award is the highest award given to an undergraduate.
 

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