GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Over the past year, Kim and Danny Sams and The Walt Disney Company Foundation Matching Gift program have created a new opportunity for animal sciences students specializing in equine science to learn and grow in a hands-on ... READ MORE
By Olivia Doyle & Jarred Shellhouse
GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- Animal sciences double Gator Trey Warnock was recognized with the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Alumni and Friends Horizon Award.
Given at the UF/IFAS Dinner of ... READ MORE
Animal sciences senior Dakota Teems spent the summer of 2021 working around the cluck, gaining real-world experience in the poultry industry while interning with Pilgrim's, a subsidiary of JBS Foods located in Live Oak, Florida. Teems connected ... READ MORE
GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- The inaugural Florida International Dairy Academy (FIDA), a comprehensive online program from the University of Florida’s animal sciences department, will kick off in January 2022 and educate participants in the latest ... READ MORE
Freshman, Elizabeth Chmielewiski chose to major in animal sciences as a path to vet school. Now as a senior, she has become involved in clubs, undergraduate research, participates on judging teams, and other industry focused competitions. These ... READ MORE
As a way to learn more about the 23 majors in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences at the University of Florida, we've been asking 23 questions. Kylie Philipps, a masters student in animal ... READ MORE
The American Meat Science Association (AMSA) recognized both a UF/IFAS Department of Animal Sciences (ANS) faculty member and graduate student with significant awards from their organization.
Tracy Scheffler, Assistant Professor of Muscle ... READ MORE
Laurent O’Gene Lollis “Gene” is a 1993 graduate of the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Department of Animal Sciences (UF/IFAS ANS). He has served as the Ranch Manager of Archbold Biological Station’s ... READ MORE
When UF told students to return home on March 16, 2020, faculty across campus were thrown into virtual teaching. Every educator put in their best effort to be successful last spring not knowing that virtual teaching would persist another four ... READ MORE
While 2020 looked different for the meat science program at UF, the limitations of the year also led to a creative twist on an intercollegiate contest and a new industry-oriented class.
The American Meat Science Association (AMSA) Reciprocal ... READ MORE