Katelyn Reckin placed 1st in the WiSys Quick Pitch @ Home UW-Eau Claire competition on May 8, 2020. Arjun Sanga, President of the WiSys, recognized Katelyn for her ability to communicate her research Characterizing the Allocation, Issuance and Usage of Benefits Offered Through the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) and Senior Assistance Farmers Market Fruit and Vegetable Programs in Wisconsin, in a way that was accessible to a broad audience. Not only is she moving on to competing in the virtual WiSys Quick Pitch State Final @ Home in early June, she was also awarded a $300 gift card.
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