The Distinguished Agricultural Alumni Award honors mid-career Purdue Agriculture graduates who have made significant contributions to their profession or society in general and have a record of outstanding accomplishments. One Animal Sciences alumna was recognized by the College of Agriculture and the Department of Animal Sciences on April 1, 2011.
Dr. Angela Lynn Siemens, Wichita, Kan., vice president/technical services of Cargill Animal Protein. Siemens is responsible for the management of food safety for the beef, pork, turkey and meat processing company. She started her career in agriculture in 1990 as a food technologist with Beatrice Foods Inc. before moving to Oscar Mayer Foods Corp. as a process technologist in 1992. She has served as vice president of quality assurance for Smithfield Foods and was responsible for management of all food safety programs in the pork and meat processing company. Siemens received a bachelor's degree in animal sciences from Purdue in 1983.
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