Department of Animal Sciences alumni advance the legacy of a Rutgers education through their occupations, their service to their communities, their loyalty to their families and others, and their enjoyment of life.
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We measure our success by the success of our alumni and students. Read about some alumni who describe where they started, how they are finding success and where they are going.
Anthony Sacchetti (CC'02): Rutgers Horse Whisperer
Some days when Anthony Sacchetti is teaching students how to handle and care for horses at the Rutgers Farm he has to rip up his lesson plans. Read more »
Michael Graziano (CC'79): Pride and Support
Michael Graziano had his heart set on becoming a veterinarian when he stepped foot on the George H. Cook Campus as an animal science major. His time on campus, however, introduced him to a research-intensive trajectory that eventually earned him a Ph.D. from the University of Kentucky. Today, he is the vice president of drug safety evaluation at the Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, and gives back to his alma mater by supporting the Animal Science Graduate Student Scholarship. Read More »
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Make an impact by supporting current and future students, faculty and research that addresses the biological spectrum from molecules to ecosystems.