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The Animal Sciences Student News Group, in the ANGEL Course Management System, is for Animal Sciences majors at all Penn State locations. It provides information on curriculum, clubs, internships and part-time jobs, career opportunities, scholarships, a classified section lists textbooks, and housing. To enroll, contact Student Services Staff Assistant Molly Martin.

Penn State poultry club students who attended the IPPE meeting in Georgia in January.
March 12, 2013

The Club's scrapbook won first place in the scrapbook contest, the club was third in Club of the Year contest, and Corissa Steimling placed first in the undergraduate research poster presentation contest.

February 26, 2013

Members of Penn State Collegiate Cattlewomen and the Penn State Block and Bridle Club will collaborate on educating students and faculty about the health benefits of animal products.

L-R: Alek Tomazin and PSU One Cool Lady, Carolyn McGraw and PSU Lazy Lopin Lion, Courtney Claypool and PSU Obvious Score and Samantha Nissley and PSU Skip Scorin Away
December 6, 2012

The 53rd Annual PQHA Futurity and PA Classic Horse show in August provided a banner day for Penn State's horses and valuable hands-on experiences for Animal Science students.

November 19, 2012

Seven Animal Science students received recognition as members of platinum, gold and silver teams after evaluating dairy operations at the event held in Maine.

 Penn State poultry judging team - Seated, Thomas Edwards and Sarah Nafziger; Standing, from left, Coach Phillip Clauer, Jared McIntire and Stephen Linde.
November 14, 2012

The poultry judging team placed second overall in national competition in Arkansas, just eight points out of first place.

October 30, 2012

The scholarship will benefit Animal Science students, specifically one who has an interest in dairy cattle breeding and genetics.

Collegiate Cattlewomen at KILE, from left: Olivia Rush, Julie Ivicic, Amanda Mosier, Katie Livinston, Megan Keller and Erica Marshall, club president.
October 24, 2012

Student members assisted with the Junior Beef Breeding Show and met PA Ag Secretary George Greig.

Students visited Les Haras du Pin, the national stud farm in Normany, France.
September 10, 2012

Twenty students in the Department of Animal Science got an insider's view of the French equine industry as part of an embedded course, visiting stud farms, training and research facilities and racetracks.

Students and faculty visited Furnace Hill Holsteins in Lebanon County as part of the day-long tour.
September 6, 2012

Thirty-nine freshmen and transfer students toured agricultural enterprises throughout south central Pennsylvania to view first hand the diversity of agriculture in the Commonwealth and learn about potential career opportunities.

September 3, 2012

Osteochallenge raises money for the National Osteoporosis Foundation, promoting education and research about osteoporosis.

September 3, 2012

B & B has a full slate of fall activities, beginning with a Welcome Back Picnic for new and returning students.

January 11, 2008

Debbie McAllister, a senior in DAS, excelled as high individual overall at the Eastern National Collegiate Livestock judging contest at Timonium.

December 5, 2007

Two new Trustee Scholarships of $50,000 each have been established for undergraduate students majoring in animal sciences.