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ADSA Graduate Student Division

The American Dairy Science Association (ADSA) Graduate Student Division (GSD) was founded in 2011 to meet a growing demand of dairy science graduate students. Today we continue to offer informational and educational meetings, webinars, and workshops; as well as provide expansive networking opportunities and increase the overall graduate student experience!

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Stay up-to-date with graduate student events by reading the ADSA GSD Newsletter! 


WELCOME TO THE 2014-2015 ADVISORY COUNCIL!

President: Curtis Park, North Carolina State University

Vice-President: Adam Geiger, Virginia Tech

Secretary: Catie Cramer, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Treasurer: Melissa Cornett, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Dairy Foods Director: Eric Testroet, Iowa State University

Dairy Production Director: Barbara Wadsworth, University of Kentucky


Looking for a job, post doc, assistantship, or a graduate internship?

Use myDairy Career to find the perfect place for you! 

Simply upload your vitae, resume, and other documents to myDairy Career! Browse all posted jobs available, or use key words to look at positions within your area of interest. ADSA is excited to offer this member benefit for undergraduate and graduate students.

 

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Upcoming Events

Pioneers in Dairy Science Webinar Series

Join the ADSA GSD for our new monthly webinar series Pioneers in Dairy Science.  Featured speakers will be pioneers in their field and will provide a historical perspective of how their professional work has shaped modern day Dairy Science.

Precision Dairy Conference and Expo

Join the University of Minnesota and University of Kentucky as they host the 2015 U.S. Precision Dairy Conference and Expo! This exciting event will be held at the Mayo Civic Center in Rochester, MN June 24 and 25, 2015. The program will include eight dairy producer panels, many industry updates, and three plenary talks that will summarize practical precision dairy management information. The trade show will be an opportunity to see first-hand what companies have to offer in the growing field of precision technologies and equipment.  This event is designed for dairy producers and practical applications rather than focusing on presentation of research data.  In one place attendees will be able to virtually visit over 20 farms! Mark your calendars and plan to attend!  

Check the event website at precisiondairyfarming.com/2015 for details or contact Marcia Endres, Program Chair (miendres@umn.edu) or Jeffrey Bewley, Program Co-Chair (Jeffrey.bewley@uky.edu).