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J. Marcos Fernandez

Animal Sciences 

  • Professor of Animal Sciences
CRTN Hall Room 2012
Creighton Hall of Animal Sciences, Room 2012
270 South Russell Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2041

 General Information

Areas of Expertise: Student Outreach and Leadership Development; Small Ruminant Production (Goats and Sheep)

Education: B.S. Illinois State University; M.S. University of Tennessee; Ph.D. North Carolina State University

ANSC 12100 - Ethics of Animal Use (Fall 2021-Present)
ANSC 24000 - Principles of Animal Production (Spring 2022)
ANSC 29500 - Readings in Animal Science: Habitudes Transitions (Fall 2020-Present)
ANSC 38100 - Leadership for a Diverse Workplace (Spring 2021-Present)
AGR 10100 - Introduction to College of Agriculture and Purdue University (2011-19)
AGR 29400 - Directed Readings in Agriculture, Environment and Society (Presently)
AGR 29000H -  Dean's Scholars Seminar (2011-19)
AGR 49400 - Directed Readings in Agriculture, Environment, and Society (Presently)

ANSC Pets & Society Learning Community (Fall 2021) Co-leader with Jacqueline Boudreaux
AGR Dean's Scholars Learning Community (2011-2019) Co-leader with Timothy Kerr and/or Mary Helen Halsema

Co-Curricular Involvement
Purdue Agriculture Issues-360 Fellows Program - Co-Team Leader (2012-20)
Purdue Agricultural Council - University Advisor (2011-20)
Purdue Goat Club - University Advisor (2011-17, 2020-Present)
Heritage Breeds Club at Purdue - University Advisor (2021-Present)

Department of Animal Sciences, 270 S Russell Street, West Lafayette, IN 47907 USA, (765) 494-4808

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