Aubree HawleyAubree Hawley, a Nebraska native, is currently a Food Science Ph.D. candidate at the University of Arkansas under her advisor, Dr. Jamie I. Baum. Aubree completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Dietetics at the University of Arkansas in 2016. Aubree began her Bachelor’s degree at Florida State University where she competed in cross-country, indoor and outdoor track and field. She transferred to compete for the Arkansas Razorbacks in 2013. She contributed to three ACC conference championships as a Seminole and was a member of the Arkansas National Championship Women’s Track and Field team in 2015. She competed in the 800 (2:09.19), 1500 (4:19.02), 5k (16:42.78) and 6k XC (21:30). Currently, Aubree’s research focuses on macronutrients in the diet and how they regulate body composition, energy metabolism, and metabolic health in aging. She received her phlebotomy license in 2017. She enjoys building rapport with participants while acting as the lab phlebotomist. In addition, Aubree is the 2017-2018 Food Science Club President and the student representative for the University of Arkansas Center of Human Nutrition. In her spare time, Aubree puts the protein bar market “under review”. She rates popular protein bars on taste, nutrition, quality of ingredients and performance. She also enjoys spending time with her spectacular husband Aaron, running, ping-pong, concocting specialty coffees, cooking, caring for her kittens, Nala and Simba all while worshiping her Savior, Jesus Christ.
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