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ACBS students pursuing an Animal Science degree with an equine emphasis will have noticed a transition beginning in January 2022. Learn more about this exciting opportunity to offer an even stronger equine program to the benefit of our students.
This Fall semester, the teaching team for the animal sciences introductory course redesigned the lab experience to broaden the freshman experience for incoming ACBS students.
Dr. Betsy Greene coordinated and delivered multiple cases of hand sanitizer from the ACBS “Bend the Curve” project to Native American communities across Arizona. The “Bend the Curve” project produced hand sanitizer for Arizona health care workers amid the COVID-19 pandemic when hand sanitizer was scarce to impossible to obtain.
Congratulations to our Outstanding Seniors!
Megan Cordery, Animal Science; Justin Billy, Microbiology; and Reily Scheppers, Veterinary Science.
Congratulations to Netzin and Dieter Steklis on this well deserved award!
Meet our new faculty and staff!
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Satyendra Pothula, was awarded the Antarctic Service Medal.
The next issue of the ACBS newsletter is now available. Check out the highlights and full pdf for the latest on ACBS research, teaching, and extension.
The University of Arizona School of Animal and Comparative Biomedical Sciences would like to welcome Dr. Joslyn Beard as our new Livestock Extension Specialist joining the team on May 3, 2021. We are excited to have her working with Arizona livestock producers and look forward to collaborating with her on state-wide projects.
The next issue of the ACBS newsletter if now available. Check out the highlights and full pdf for the latest on ACBS research, teaching, and extension.