Staff Spotlight: Talia Everding Thursday, February 17, 2022
I've always been a crazy cat lady and wannabe horse girl, but I'd never worked with pigs until Drs Burkey and Miller got me involved with nutrition research as an undergrad. I left UNL and never expected to work with pigs again, until I got hired at South Dakota State as a monogastric nutrition lab manager. I got my Masters at SDSU this summer in swine nutrition and welfare, and now have made a full circle back to UNL. I love power washing and working with sows, and working in climate-controlled environments is one of the surprising perks about swine research.
Faculty Spotlight: Rick Funston Tuesday, February 1, 2022
Open Communications Specialist Position Thursday, January 27, 2022
We are excited to announce an open position in the Department of Animal Science for a Communications Specialist. If you are interested in being part of a dynamic department, please consider joining our team.
Staff Spotlight: Austin Holliday Wednesday, January 12, 2022
Faculty Spotlight: Jesse Fulton Wednesday, January 12, 2022
I was born and raised in the Kentucky foothills of Appalachia. Just Google 38.509509, -83.510881, if you want specifics, and know I have covered about every piece of ground around that spot. If you asked my mother what I was like growing up, she would tell you I was the one of three that you never knew the location of. I was either helping a neighbor on their cattle operation, or running around the "woods" on foot, dirt-bike, or horseback.
Sydney May Recipient of Larry E. Sitzman Scholarship Thursday, January 6, 2022
Sydney May of Aurora was named the 2022 recipient of the Larry E. Sitzman Youth in Nebraska Agriculture Scholarship. The daughter of Sara May and David and Janet May. Sydney is a sophomore at the University of Nebraska -Lincoln, studying Animal Science and following the pre-vet track. She will receive a $1,000 scholarship.
Staff Spotlight: Andi Hallberg Monday, December 6, 2021
I was born in Englewood, Colorado but have lived in Seward, Nebraska all my life. Jeff (my husband) and I live in the country by Bee and have four kids: Bryan-28, Garrett-26, Cheyenne-25 and Autumn-23 plus two grandchildren: Ella and Ethan (4 and 6 years old). We also have a part great dane/part lab dog named Rosko and a long hair tuxedo cat named Wilson. Our family has a crazy sense of humor and our time spent together is full of ridiculous jokes and lots of laughter.
What is your position in the department?
I am an Office Associate.
Faculty Spotlight: Blaine French Monday, December 6, 2021
I am from Batesville, AR. Family raises Hereford cattle at our operation back home. Married to Chelsea French and am expecting a son come December.
What's your position in the department?
Asst. Professor of Practice/Asst. Extension Educator/Livestock Judging Coach.
How long have your worked in the department?
Since June 2019.
What do you enjoying outside of work?
I really enjoy a good round of golf. I try to play as much as I can in my off time.
Open Meat Science Positions Monday, November 22, 2021
We are excited to have announced three positions in Meat Science. If you are interested in being part of a dynamic department with a rich history in Meat Science, please consider joining our team.
Alumni and Service Award Nominations for 2022 Friday, November 19, 2021
We are seeking nominations for four awards that recognize the outstanding accomplishments of undergraduate and graduate alumni, and contributions individuals have made to the Department through their commitment to the livestock and (or) allied industries.
Young Alumni Distinction Award: Recognizes the significant accomplishments made by a University of Nebraska-Lincoln Animal Science Alumnus (BS, MS, or PhD) who has graduated in the last 10 years (since May 2009).