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Mark A Diekman

Animal Sciences 

  • Limited Term Lecturer
765.494.4829
765.494.9346
LILY Room 2-111
915 W. State St.
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2054

Area of Expertise: Reproductive Physiology, Swine

Education: A.S., Vincennes University; B.S. and M.S., Purdue University; Ph.D., Colorado State University
Post-doctoral Training: Iowa State University

Research Program

Teaching

AGR 11400 - Introduction to Animal Sciences Academic Programs
ANSC 39000 - Animal Sciences Internship
Animal Sciences Undergraduate Program Coordinator
Animal Sciences Honors Program Coordinator

Awards & Honors

(2011) Chauncey Cooperative House Faculty Advisor---25 year recognition. Dean of Students office at Purdue University.

(2009) Outstanding Advisor at Purdue University--PACADA. PACADA.

(2008) Dean Bev Stone Award for Non-Academic Advising (Chauncey House Faculty Advisor), 1986-present. Dean of Student's Office.

(2008) Dean Bev Stone Award for Non-Academic Advising (Chauncey House Faculty Advisor), 1986-present. Dean of Student's Office.

(2007) Dean Beverly Stone Award for Non-Academic Advising to Student Organizations. Chauncey Co-operative House.

(2007) Outstanding Teacher in Animal Sciences. Department of Animal Sciences.

(2004) Outstanding Teacher in Animal Sciences. Purdue University.

(2003) Agricultural Young Scientist Award. Purdue University.

(2003) Faculty Alumni Recognition. Vincennes University.

(2003) Marquis Who's Who in America Sciences. Marquis Citations.

Selected Publications

Diekman, M. A. (2011). Successes and failures of outcome/assessment activities in animal sciences at Purdue University. Journal of Animal Science, 89(Suppl 1), 123.

Diekman, M. A. (2010). Outcome/Assessment activities for the Animal Sciences curriculum at Purdue University. Journal of Animal Sciences, 88, 109.

Diekman, M. A. (2007). Effects of Zeranol upon luteal maintenance and fetal development in peripubertal gilts. Animal Reproduction Science, 99, 408-412.

Diekman, M. A. (2004). Retention of non-traditional students in animal sciences.

Diekman, M. A. (2004). Use of Biochemistry in Agriculture.

Belstra, B., Richert, B. T., Singleton, W., Haglof, S., Weesner, G., & Diekman, M. A. (2003). Effect of dietary crude protein during lactation on postweaning follicular development and hypothalamic hormone concentrations of early and conventionally weaned sows1, 2. Journal of Animal Science.

Diekman, M. A., Neary, M., & Kelly, G. R. (2003). Repeated injections of PMSG failed to induce antibody production in fall lambing ewes. Sheep and Goat Journal, 18, 114-115.

Diekman, M. A., Diekman, B. D., & Allrich, R. D. (2003). Retention of non-traditional agriculture students in animal sciences. 87.

Diekman, M. A. (2003). Retention of non-traditional students in animal sciences.

Belstra, B., Diekman, M. A., Singleton, W., & Richert, B. T. (2002). Effects of lactation length and exogenous progesterone and estradiol 17B regimen during embryo attachment on endogenous steroid concentrations and embryo survival in sows. Theriogenology, 57(8), 2063-2081.

Department of Animal Sciences, 915 West State Street, West Lafayette, IN 47907 USA, (765) 494-4808

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