We wanted to take a moment to thank Megan Ramsay and Aliya Jamal for all of their hard work at FoodARC over the last couple of years. Megan started with FoodARC as a dietetic intern in the summer of 2014, and then continued as a research assistant and research associate with the Voices project until the middle of May 2016. Aliya has worked as the FoodARC project coordinator since August 2015. Both Aliya and Megan have been integral to FoodARC in their time here. We are extremely sad to see them go but wish them all the best in their future endeavors! Madeleine Waddington will be moving into the coordinator role and we are excited to have her take over. Madeleine is a graduate student at FoodARC who also coordinated the Consumer Food Environment project in the fall/winter of 2015. In addition to all of these changes, FoodARC is in the process of hiring two new research assistants! We look forward to welcoming these new members to our team.
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