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Grad student events at Southern

Visit the 2017 Southern Section Meeting website to register for the following graduate student events at the 2017 Southern Section Meeting, to be held in Franklin, Tenn., February 4-7, at the Franklin Marriott Cool Springs. Graduate Student Meet and Greet … Continue reading

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Graduate student events at 2017 Southern Section Meeting

The Annual Meeting of the ASAS Southern Section will be held in Franklin, Tenn., February 4–7, 2017, at the Franklin Marriott Cool Springs. Join us for the Graduate Student Meet and Greet and the Graduate Student Lunch and Learn. Event details to come soon. Sign up while … Continue reading

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International Stockmen’s Educational Foundation offering travel fellowships

The International Stockmen’s Educational Foundation has extended the application deadline for the 2017 International Stockmen’s Educational Foundation Travel Fellowships. In an effort to enhance the educational experiences of college students and strengthen the leaders of tomorrow’s livestock and meat industries, the … Continue reading

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Registration open for National Block & Bridle Convention

The 97th National Block & Bridle Convention will be held March 31-April 2, 2017, in Arlington, Va. The convention will be held at the Crystal Gateway Marriott in Arlington. The meeting theme is “Scientific Voice in Agriculture.” Registration is now open! The convention is … Continue reading

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We need your ideas for Jr. Animal Scientist

Help ASAS put animal science information in the hands of kids across the country. Give us your ideas for the 2017 issues of Jr. Animal Scientist! We welcome undergraduate or graduate students who would like to write content for the magazine. Contact kims@asas.org … Continue reading

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