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Advancing animal agriculture for the betterment of society through science-based learning, outreach and research.
The Animal and Veterinary Sciences Department will be the preeminent animal and veterinary science program in the Southeast recognized for the positive impact on society by our students, research and outreach.
Educating for the Future: Educate students to think critically, communicate and apply scientific knowledge in the field of animal and veterinary sciences.
Innovating & Discovering: Engage a community of scholars to innovate and seek discoveries in the field of animal and veterinary sciences.
Engaging Stakeholders: Translate and relay animal and veterinary sciences information to society.
Students studying under Dr. Heather Dunn discuss their research on breast cancer using pigs:
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CONGRATULATIONS!!! to the Clemson University Dairy Science Club who had a great performance in several activities at the regional ADSA (American Dairy Science Association) conference hosted by North Carolina State University in Late February 2019./p>
Dairy Production presentation: Sara Jean Wint 1st Place
Outstanding Chapter: CU Dairy Science Club 3rd Place
Dairy Quizbowl: Semifinals (Sydney Simmons, Gayle Cunningham, Haley Swett and Kendall Richey)
Regional Officer: Haley Swett, Secretary Treasurer
Participated successfully in Dairy Foods Presentation, Annual Report, Club website and Club Scrapbook.
The Clemson Dairy Science Club will be hosting the Southern Regional ADSA (American Dairy Science Association) Conference next Spring 2020
Please congratulate this group of outstanding students when you see them!
ADSA Advisor: Dr. Gustavo Lascano, Graduate Student Advisor: Dana McCurdy
Clemson students study swine: in search of answers to breast cancer in a Bioinformatics for Cancer Genomics Creative Inquiry project. Read the article here.
Student Affairs Talk: Spotlight on Senior AVS Student Jacob Crotts. Read the article here.
Check out the AVS Newsletter, AVS Corner.
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The National Scholars Program is Clemson’s most selective academic merit program.National Scholars receive a four-year merit scholarship that covers tuition and fees; an allowance for room and board; and a summer group study-abroad experience after freshman year; as well as a range of intellectual enrichment opportunities and dedicated mentoring.
More information about the National Scholar Program can be found at https://www.clemson.edu/academics/programs/national-scholars/
Block & Bridle Honorary Members - The members of the Clemson University Block & Bridle Club organize and participate in a variety of social and educational events to promote all aspects of agriculture.