The award is supported by an educational development fund created to honor CALS Dean Glenn S. Pound upon his retirement in 1979. It is given to honor an outstanding, early-career CALS research scientist and to promote continued excellence in research.
“It is a great honor to be recognized with this award for young investigators,” Hoskins says. “A lot of credit for this goes to the wonderful students and scientists who have worked in my laboratory as well as my mentors and collaborators here at UW–Madison.”
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