||Students of Subramaniam Sathivel, professor in the Department of Food Science and Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering, LSU AgCenter won several awards at the 2010 Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) annual meeting. Srijanani Sundararajan, MS student, won the first place ($300) for presenting the paper “Effect of green tea glazing on lipid oxidation of shrimp (Litopenaeus setiferus) during 35 days of frozen storage” in the 2010 IFT Refrigerated and Frozen Food Division Graduate Student Paper Competition. In the same division, Luis Espinoza Rodezno, PhD student, had his paper “Effects of energy removal rate during freezing on the quality of catfish fillets,” chosen for the finalist category. Yuting Wan, MS student, won the second place (($350) for presenting paper “Developing microencapsulated menhaden Fish (Brevoortia tyrannus) oil with soluble rice bran fiber” in the IFT Aquatic Food Product Division Graduate Student Paper Competition. A paper by Jianing Pu, MS student, “Lipid oxidation and astaxanthin degradation rates of menhaden oil containing shrimp (Litopenaeus setiforus) astaxanthin,” was selected as finalist in the IFT Aquatic Food Product Division Graduate Student Paper Competition. Jose Estrada’s paper “Effect of microencapsulated fish oil on the characteristics of strawberry yogurt” received the fourth place in the IFT Dairy Foods Division Graduate Student Paper Competition. Sathivel’s students submitted a total of 13 papers for the 2010 IFT annual meeting. Sathivel was also recognized as an outstanding volunteer by the IFT for his service to the IFT Aquatic Food Product Division as a technical program chair for last four years. He has also being an active member of the division since 2001.