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Bernard Rollin lecture, honors banquet highlight CASNR Awareness Week

Bernard Rollin lecture, honors banquet highlight CASNR Awareness Week

Texas Tech University’s College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources kicks off its annual ‘Agriculture and Natural Resources Awareness Week’ on Tuesday (Apr. 22) with a number of events and activities planned throughout the week to showcase the college’s departments and student organizations to the campus community.  more »

 

CASNR faculty, staff recognized for years of service at Frazier Alumni Pavilion

CASNR faculty, staff recognized for years of service at Frazier Alumni Pavilion

Texas Tech University recognized 31 outstanding faculty and staff members with the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources today (April 3) with recognition of their length of service to the university community. The awards ceremony was held at Tech’s Frazier Alumni Pavilion.  more »

 

AFS veterinary epidemiologist receives NAMA outstanding educator award

AFS veterinary epidemiologist receives NAMA outstanding educator award

Guy Loneragan, a Texas Tech veterinary epidemiologist and professor of food safety and public health, has been selected to receive the “Harry L. Rudnick Outstanding Educator Award” from the North American Meat Association. The honor was presented to the Tech professor on Friday (Mar. 21) at the association’s annual meeting in Rancho Mirage, Calif.  more »

 

Loneragan tapped as faculty fellow by Texas Tech’s Vice President for Research

Loneragan tapped as faculty fellow by Texas Tech’s Vice President for Research

Guy Loneragan, a Texas Tech veterinary epidemiologist and professor of food safety and public health, has been named a faculty fellow for faculty development in the university’s Office of the Vice President for Research. He will assume his new quarter-time appointment role on April 1.  more »

 

Cold Takes Toll; Supplemental feeding influences survival of West Texas quail

Cold Takes Toll; Supplemental feeding influences survival of West Texas quail

This winter’s bitter cold has been hard on everybody, but it’s been particularly tough on quail, those small birds that survive the cold by feeding on tiny seeds. That was particularly true out of Texas Rolling Plains during a large January weather event that dumped more than a foot of snow that hung on for days.  more »