Gauthier joins Texas Tech Department of Animal and Food Sciences
By: Norman Martin
Hannah Gauthier has been named a lecturer in Texas Tech University's Department of Animal and Food Sciences, according to officials within the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. She officially stepped into her new teaching post on Jan. 1.
The Dayton, Ohio native indicated that her teaching program broadly focuses on animal biology and nutrition. One of her primary goals at Tech is to encourage student engagement in the classroom by connecting academic concepts to their real-life applications, and to help students prepare for careers in animal science after graduation.
Prior to taking joining the Texas Tech faculty, Gauthier served as a research associate with Genentech in South San Francisco. She also worked as a scientific affairs assistant with Chr. Hansen in Hørsholm, Denmark, and a graduate teaching assistant at the University of California-Davis.
Her bachelor's degree in zoology is from The Ohio State University, and her master's degree in animal biology is from the University of California-Davis. Recent honors include receiving UC Davis' Henry A. Jastro Research Award.
CONTACT: Michael Orth, chairman, Department of Animal and Food Sciences, Texas Tech University at (806) 834-5653 or email@example.com
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