Kevin Harvatine, Ph.D., was recognized at the JAM of ADSA and ASAS in Kansas City for his contributions as a researcher.
Continuing a tradition of outstanding national rankings, the Penn State Dairy Science Club was named Outstanding Chapter and individual members received recognition in Kansas City.
Dr. Troy Ott received the J. Christian Herr award at the 34th annual meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Immunology.
Department of Animal Science Instructor Nancy Dreschel received the Community of Teaching Excellence Award at the June graduation events.
Penn State Equine Research Team students traveled to Kentucky for the fourth annual symposium, sharing information on research projects with students from the University of Kentucky and the Ohio State University.
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.
Penn State Extension Dairy Team and the Center for Dairy Excellence are sponsoring a conference to offer tips on essentials to enhance careers.
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.
The Club placed second in chapter activities at the 94th National Block and Bridle Convention hosted by the University of Missouri-Columbia.
The team participated in the All East Livestock Evaluation and Judging Contest at Purdue University.
Department of Animal Science students placed second overall at the 67th National Poultry Judging Contest at Louisiana State University.
Penn State's Collegiate Cattlewomen and Block and Bridle Clubs joined to promote the importance of animal products in the diet.
Seventeen undergraduates traveled to France for an insider's view of the thriving equine industry.
Kamat, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Animal Science, is a member of the graduate program in immunology and infectious disease.
A one-day workshop on effective feed management is scheduled for May 8 at the Farm and Home Center, Lancaster.
On April 30, dairy producers, managers and herdsmen can learn negotiating strategies to be more effective.
Penn State's Dairy Challenge team representing the Department of Animal Science earned a first place award at the contest held in Fort Wayne, IN.
Penn State Dairy Science Club hosts OsteoChallenge with 45 runners and walkers participating to raise funds.