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11
May
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Recording of teaching webinar available

A recording of the Western Section ASAS (WSASAS) Teaching Webinar is now available online. Hear the audio and view the slides at your leisure! Read more »

4
May
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Free teaching webinar

Learn more about the value of internships for undergraduate students and how these internships can affect students’ career paths in the first-ever Western Section ASAS (WSASAS) Teaching Webinar. This free webinar is scheduled for 12:00 PM (CDT) on Thursday, May 11, 2017. Please pre-register today. Hope you can join us!  Read more »

20
Apr
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Join us for this webinar

The Western Section of ASAS (WSASAS) is hosting its first Teaching Webinar. This free webinar is scheduled for 12:00 PM (CDT) on Thursday, May 11, 2017. Guest speaker Loren Baranko will discuss the value of internships for undergraduate students and how these internships can affect students’ career paths. The webinar is free, but please pre-register. Hope you can join us! Read more »

13
Nov

Barb Glenn Appreciation Club

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Barb Glenn

This fund was formed to recognize the contributions of Dr. Barb Glenn to agricultural science policy and to the American Society of Animal Science. This fund will be used in conjunction with the Zimbelman, Hafs and Britt clubs to support four undergraduate or graduate student interns in animal agriculture policy in Washington, DC

Dr. Barb Glenn has served as the scientific voice for national policies and federal regulations related to animal or crop agriculture since the 1990s. She is an effective communicator and has provided numerous written and oral testimonies to decision makers in federal regulatory agencies, federal research funding agencies, and elected officials. Read more »

13
Nov

Jack H. Britt Appreciation Club

Jack Britt

Jack Britt

This fund has been formed to recognize the contributions of Dr. Britt. Dr. Britt has decided the dollars will be used in conjunction with dollars from the Zimbleman, Hafs, & Glenn Clubs to support interns in Washington, DC.

Jack H. Britt established a physiological basis for reproductive problems identified by livestock producers and developed management strategies to minimize detrimental effects on productivity. He has published 590 scientific and technical articles and given seminars in 21 countries. He advised 13 MS and 17 PhD degree students and was named an outstanding teacher at North Carolina State University. He held administrative positions at Michigan State University, North Carolina State University, and The University of Tennessee. Read more »