Animal Sciences

A Future Veterinarian on the Farm

Friday, April 14th, 2017

Wyatt Krom grew up in Liberty, Indiana, a small town south of Richmond on the east side of the state. Krom’s family raised beef cattle and he had been involved in livestock organizations, including 4-H and FFA, since he was a small child. His first exposure to Purdue was during trips to campus for livestock…

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Experiential Learning through Service

Friday, March 24th, 2017

Students pursuing degrees in Animal Sciences have the opportunity to participate in service learning while studying abroad. Associate Professor Paul Ebner leads a team of students to Romania each year to work with small scale farmers in efforts to improve their operations. “Service learning is a form of experiential learning that enables students to learn…

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4-H STUDENTS IN LAB - Several 4-H students came to Purdue to tour the labs.

A (YouTube) Star is Born

Thursday, March 16th, 2017

Kara Stewart didn’t attend Purdue as an undergraduate student with the intent to pursue agriculture. After she graduated in 2001, her plan was to become a veterinarian. Today she’s an Assistant Professor, with a majority Extension and Teaching appointment, and her YouTube video on how to complete post-cervical artificial insemination in pigs has received nearly 200,000…

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