Applied Animal Science


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ARPAS Members: 2019 Affiliated Society Recognitions

Congratulations to the following ARPAS members for the recognitions they received from their scientific societies this past year:

American Society of Animal Science

  • Dr. Jerry Spears of North Carolina State University (retired) received the FASS-AFIA New Frontiers in Animal Nutrition Award
  • Dr. Beth Kegley of the University of Arkansas became President of ASAS
  • Dr. Glenn Duff of New Mexico State University was elected President-elect of ASAS
  • Dr. Andy Cole of USDA-ARS-Bushland, TX (retired) received the Distinguished Service Award from the Western Section of ASAS
  • Dr. Mike Looper of the University of Arkansas was named a Fellow of ASAS
  • Dr. Jack Whittier of the University of Nebraska was named a Fellow of ASAS
  • Dr. K. C. Olson of Kansas State University received the Animal Management Award
  • Dr. Merlin Lindemann of the University of Kentucky received the Animal Industry Innovation Award
  • Dr. Hans Stein of the University of Illinois received the Extension Award
  • Dr. Terry Engle of Colorado State University received the Cromwell Award for Minerals Research.
  • Dr. Robert Coleman of the University of Kentucky received the Distinguished Teacher Award.
  • Dr. Elizabeth "Betsy" Greene of University of Arizona received the Western Section Extension Award.

American Dairy Science Association

  • Dr. Rich Erdman of the University of Maryland was elected Vice President of ADSA
  • Dr. Al Kertz was named a Fellow of ADSA
  • Dr. A. J. Heinrichs of Penn State University was named a Fellow of ADSA

American Meat Science Association

  • Dr. Surendranath Suman of the University of Kentucky was recognized as the 2019 AMSA International Lectureship Award Winner

Equine Science Society

  • Dr. Jessica L. Leatherwood of Texas A&M University received the 2019 Josie Coverdale Award for Outstanding Young Professionals
  • Dr. Shannon E. Pratt-Phillips of North Carolina State University received the 2019 Equine Science Society and American Society of Animal Science – Equine Science Award
  • Dr. Brian Nielsen of Michigan State University was named a fellow of ESS
  • Dr. Kathleen Anderson of University of Nebraska was named a fellow of ESS
  • Dr. Elizabeth “Betsy” Greene of University of Arizona was named a fellow of ESS

Poultry Science Association

  • Dr. Donald R. McIntyre of Diamond V (retired) became President of PSA

Congratulations to all the award winners!

Please let us know if we missed any ARPAS members who won awards this year.

ARPAS 2019 Election Results

ARPAS President-Elect:
Daryl Kleinschmit

Northeast Regional Director:
Tom Hickley

ACAS President-Elect:
Jim Chapman

ACAS Secretary- Treasurer:
Ron Lemenager

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December 9–10, 2019 • San Antonio, TX
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Quarterly Newsletter

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

President’s Letter

Al Kertz, PhD, PAS, Dipl. ACAN

ARPAS faces some critical and timely issues, and we are addressing them. These issues are the journal, sponsorship, and membership.

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Executive Vice President’s Report

Kenneth Cummings, PhD, PAS, Dipl. ACAN

This report provides a brief accounting of my activities on behalf of ARPAS since our meeting with ADSA in Knoxville, Tennessee, in 2018. Without a doubt, this past 12-month period has seen the most events, conference calls, emails, meetings, and other activities in the 35-year existence of ARPAS.

I want to acknowledge and thank our 2018–2019 president, Andy Cole, for the many hours that he devoted to activities and decisions required to manage this organization. He skillfully handled two major issues of lasting importance to ARPAS by appointing and leading two committees, one to address development of a “Value Proposition” for ARPAS members and the other for continuing publication of our newly renamed journal. Details on the actions of these committees will be covered in this report. In addition, he represented ARPAS at the ASAS meeting in Vancouver, BC, and the California Chapter meeting at Harris Ranch.

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Immediate Past President’s Report

N. Andy Cole, PhD, PAS, Dipl. ACAN

Members of the ARPAS Executive Committee have recently completed a busy, but hopefully very successful, fiscal year.

The Governing Council met on July 8 at the Austin Hilton and had a very successful meeting. Among the items we discussed or approved are the following:

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