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  • 22 June 2017
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Henke History

6/22/2017  Source: Office of Communication Services, CTAHR

Doug Vincent (HNFAS) penned a touching tribute to Henke Hall, once the home of CTAHR’s Animal Sciences, Food Science and Human Nutrition, and Agricultural Biochemistry Departments before their move to the Ag Sci building, and now slated for demolition to make way for the new Life Sciences building. It’s named after Louis Albert Henke, an animal scientist who pioneered the use of agricultural wastes from sugar cane and pineapple as low-cost animal feed. Read more and see pictures of the building in the UH News story here.

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