Fund Detail

This fund has been formed to recognize the contributions of Dr. Britt. Dr. Britt has decided the dollars will be used in conjunction with dollars from the Zimblemand, Hafs, & Glenn Clubs to support interns in Washington, DC.

Jack H. Britt established a physiological basis for reproductive problems identified by livestock producers and developed management strategies to minimize detrimental effects on productivity. He has published 590 scientific and technical articles and given seminars in 21 countries. He advised 13 MS and 17 PhD degree students and was named an outstanding teacher at North Carolina State University. He held administrative positions at Michigan State University, North Carolina State University, and The University of Tennessee. Britt has served as chair of ASAS Foundation and member of the ASAS board of directors. Britt and his wife, Frances, are parents of Heather and Stephanie, and he has had active roles in his community and church.

To view the Britt Club Governance Document, click here.

As of December 1, 2012, the Jack H. Britt Appreciation Club is fully funded.  

Value of club as of 1/2017: $26,888

Applications will soon be made available for the 2018 internship.  Please click here for requirements and application instructions.  Applications are generally due in the fall of the prior year.

Intern Experiences

My Experience as an ASAS Intern in Washington, DC from ASAS on Vimeo.

Presenter: Jordan Hieber
Meeting: ASAS Web Chat
Date: October, 2014

My Experience as an ASAS Intern in Washington, DC from ASAS on Vimeo.

Presenter: Lilly Rogers
Meeting: ASAS Web Chat
Date: October, 2014

Podcast with Pierce Bennett

Public Policy Intern Pierce Bennett talks about his experiences in Washington D.C.
Date: August, 2015

Maci Lienemann Podcast

Public Policy Intern, Maci Lienemann, talks about her experiences in Washington D.C.
Date: August, 2015

Club Founders

  • ADM
  • Elanco Animal Health
  • NC State University
  • Pfizer Animal Health
  • Jeff Armstrong
  • Eileen Bostwick
  • Nancy Cox
  • Robert Cushman
  • Harold Hafs
  • Gary Hartnell
  • D.J. Krahwinkel
  • Friederike Jayes
  • James W. Lauderdale
  • William Olson
  • Scott Radcliffe
  • Robin Scott
  • Jeffrey and Barta Stevenson
  • Ann Tucker
  • Gerald Weigel
  • Robert Wettemann
  • Samuel Whaley, Jr.

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