Rutgers Equine Science Center Presents "An Evening of Celebration and Science" on Tuesday, November 19, 2013, 6 PM - 9 PM
The event fee, which includes dinner, is $30 for adults and $15 for full-time students.
Location: Cook Campus Center, 59 Biel Road, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Special Guest: Dr. Raymond Geor - “Equine Metabolic Syndrome”
Event registration closes Friday, November 15, 2013.
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Companion Animal Resources
To provide pet owners with unbiased research-based information, educators and researchers from America’s land-grant universities have banded together to provide a new Web resource on companion animals. The eXtension Companion Animal Community of Practice website presents information about health, nutrition, and behavior of dogs, cats, rabbits, birds, reptiles, and other companion animals. The Rutgers Animal Science Undergraduate Program Director, Dr. Daniela Sharma, is a founding member of this eXtension Community of Practice and recently hosted a webinar in the eXtension Careers with Companion Animals Webinar Series. (See the website for archived webinars!) If you’re interested in studying Companion Animal Science here at Rutgers (it’s one of five options in our Animal Science major as well as a minor), check out our Undergraduate Program homepage. If you’re already in the field, contact Dr. Sharma if you’re interested in presenting a guest lecture in her Careers in Animal Science class.
While you’re online, check out all the resources available on the interactive eXtension website, http://www.extension.org. You’ll find solutions to “real-life problems in real time”; resource areas include farm, pest management, energy, community, youth, and family as well as alerts and disaster issues.
Animal Science Newsletter 2012-2013
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