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Posts from the ‘ASAS President’ Category

3
Jul
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ASAS announces new board members

The American Society of Animal Science (ASAS) Board of Directors is excited to announce new board members for 2017-2018! Read more

13
Mar
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CEO celebrates milestone with ASAS

By Dr. Debora Hamernik, ASAS President

At the 2017 Winter ASAS Board of Directors’ meeting in Atlanta, GA, the ASAS Board acknowledged and thanked Dr. Meghan Wulster-Radcliffe for more than 10 years of service as the ASAS CEO. Read more »

8
Mar
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ASAS responds to Executive Order on foreign entry into U.S.

The following statement has been issued by ASAS in response to a new executive order that temporarily suspends entry of foreign-born travelers from certain countries into the U.S.

For Immediate Release

ASAS Responds to March 6, 2017 Executive Order on Foreign Entry into U.S. Read more »

9
Aug
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ASAS approves Australian society as first international section

August 2016 – The American Society of Animal Science (ASAS) Board of Directors has approved the Australian Society of Animal Production (ASAP) as the first international section of ASAS. The decision comes on the heels of a recent ASAS membership vote, which allows the ASAS Board to extend membership to international sections. Read more »

8
Aug
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ASAS attends Brazilian Society of Animal Science Annual Meeting

By Dr. Deb Hamernik, President, ASAS

August 10, 2016 – One of my first official duties as President of ASAS since leaving the JAM (Joint Annual Meeting) and ISAG (International Society for Animal Genetics) meetings in Salt Lake City, UT was to represent ASAS at the 53rd Annual Meeting of the Brazilian Society of Animal Science (aka Sociedade Brasileira de Zootecnia or SBZ) in Gramado, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil on July 31 – August 4. SBZ was founded on July 26, 1951 and currently has more than 3,000 members from Brazil and around the world. The society has published the Brazilian Journal of Animal Science since 1973. Read more »