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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Sarah Allison Hofler is the first recipient of the Ruth Huenemann Fellowship in the College of Human Ecology at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville.

Huenemann, a former faculty member, helped start the public health nutrition program. The fellowship, created in her honor, recognizes an outstanding graduate student.

Hofler is from Garden City, N.Y., and will enroll this year in the graduate public health nutrition program at UT-Knoxville. Holfer received the bachelor’s degree from Florida State University and has studied at Cornell University Medical Center.

The college also named 1992 Arch of Achievement winners. The awards go to alumni, faculty and staff for extraordinary achievement and commitment.

Alumni winners are Geraldine Eaton of Atlanta and Geraldine Piper of Crossville. Dr. Roy Beauchene, nutrition professor; Dr. Priscilla Blanton, professor of child and family studies; and Dr. Robbie Blakemore, professor of interior design, are the faculty winners.

Kathy Dalton, senior bookkeeper in the nutrition department, won the staff Arch of Achievement award.