CSU's Department of Animal Sciences recognizes Steve Gabel as the 2015 Livestock Leader.
At a time when food safety and quality issues continue to make national and international headlines, CSU is solidifying its partnership with the beef industry by hiring a full-time Colorado beef quality assurance coordinator.
Animal Sciences Professor Keith Belk will hold one of the oldest named chairs at Colorado State University, the Monfort Chair.
Animal Sciences Professor Jason Ahola was recently recognized with the Distinguished Teacher Award from the Western Section of the American Society of Animal Science.
Associate Professor Shawn Archibeque and Professor Daryl Tatum of CSU’s Department of Animal Sciences have been listed among the top 20 best animal sciences instructors in the United States.
Thanks to overwhelming interest, the President’s Community Lecture Series event featuring Temple Grandin April 13 is now sold out. For those unable to get a ticket, Grandin’s talk will be viewable live on the SOURCE website.
Harold Harper, a livestock visionary, was recently honored by CSU’s Department of Animal Sciences as the 2014 Livestock Leader for his exceptional contributions to the sheep and lamb industry.
Temple Grandin and Gary Smith are both CSU animal sciences professors and respected national leaders in animal welfare and meat sciences. Now, they have both committed to help fund a new building and cutting-edge programs in the College of Agricultural Sciences.
A lot has changed since 1959, but until recently, that list did not include much about the Animal Sciences Building on the Colorado State University campus. Now the historic structure on the Monfort Quad has undergone a complete attic-to-basement renovation that has added state-of-the-art laboratories, smart classrooms, and a celebration of the building’s history through art and memorabilia.