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Nine Department of Animal Science students visited Washington, D.C. and discussed current issues in the beef industry with Congressional leaders.

Dr. Harold Harpster and the late Ms. Vivian Baumer were inducted into the newly organized Saddle & Sirloin Club, recognizing their significant contributions.

Harold W. Harpster, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Animal Science, will be honored during Little I/Dairy Expo Weekend.

This year's "Little I" will feature special recognition of champion and reserve showmen, show managers, judging teams and others who have contributed to its success.

Kansas State University Professor will be honored during the Little I/Dairy Expo weekend in April.

Hogue, beef nutritionist, will be honored during the Little I/Dairy Expo weekend on April 24 and 25 at University Park.

The Department of Animal Science will honor Dr. Lilburn on May 2 at a reception at University Park. He is the second recipient of this award.

The first meat judging team in four years competed strongly at the regional contest hosted by the Ohio State University and the University of Kentucky.

This webinar series on beef production topics will be offered online or at various Penn State Extension offices throughout the state, and will feature topics of current interest.

PSU judging team competes in the collegiate judging contest at the National Western Stock Show in Denver.

The Block and Bridle Club begins 2014 by helping the Pennsylvania Livestock Association and preparing for the Little International Expo.

Sixteen Animal Science students traveled to Washington, D.C. in September, meeting with Congressional representatives and industry leaders.

The Open House will be held October 23-24 at the University Park Campus and will enable prospective students to attend a class, tour the campus and learn to know faculty and students.

Dr. Campbell will work closely with Pennsylvania's meat industry.

Ohio native Ben Williamson has been named Instructor in the Department of Animal Science; will teach, coach and work with adult and 4-H Extension Animal Science teams.

Penn State Animal Science Students took first place in the second year of the contest, after winning first last year in the quiz bowl portion of the four-part competition.

The Poultry Science Club was named "Student Organization of the Year" for its educational activities and community service.

Seventy-two students participated in the Little "I" fitting and showmanship competition on April 13 at the Snider Ag Arena.