Seven Penn State Dairy Science Club members received National Dairy Shrine scholarships awarded during the World Dairy Expo in Madison, WI earlier this month.
William Moore, Walmoore Holsteins, West Grove, Chester County, will be recognized by Penn State's Department of Animal Science on Friday, November 13, at a departmental ceremony
The Block and Bridle Club was first in chapter activities, first in yearbook and second for its scrapbook. Club President Elizabeth Palmer was fifth place for overall outstanding junior in the nation.
Eight Animal Science students traveled to Washington, DC, to learn more about issues affecting the beef industry and communicate with legislative leaders about these issues.
Twenty-five students new to the Department of Animal Science toured agricultural operations and learned about career opportunities.
Regina Vasilatos-Younken named vice provost for graduate education and dean of the Graduate School
Alan Johnson, Ph.D., received the Zoetis Fundamental Science Award at the 104th annual meeting of the Poultry Science Association in July.
Penn State's four member team represented the northeast in the national competition's fourth year.
Penn State's Club received national recognition for its outstanding chapter activities for the third straight year. The Quiz Bowl team also placed first.
Technology Tuesday Webinar series recognized for its noteworthy educational value beyond the classroom.
Animal Science students placed second in national contest for the second straight year. Joshua Cassar was first place overall individual.
Miller was recognized with the PA Poultry Youth Service Award at the Youth Poultry 101 Conference on May 2.
Will be Honored by Penn State's Department of Animal Science on May 1 for his innovation and leadership in the industry.
Hogue, beef nutritionist, will be honored during the Little I/Dairy Expo weekend on April 24 and 25 at University Park.
Penn State Collegiate Cattlewomen and Block and Bridle Club members promoted health benefits of animal products.
Saturday May 2 is the date for the 13th annual Penn State Equine Science Showcase and Registered Quarter Horse Sale, organized and managed by students in the equine science program.
Penn State was top team overall, and individual teams placed first, second, third and seventh, with teams from 10 institutions participating.
Penn State Animal Science students attended educational sessions and participated in the trade show; Dr. Sara Linneen received a grant from the American National Cattlewomen.