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Joint Annual Meeting Graduate Student Symposia
Decisions, Decisions, Decisions: How to make informed decisions on your future career opportunities to developing a successful research program.
Marketing 101: Learning how to market yourself for a successful career. - R. M. Yamka, Pet Food R&D Consultant, Wilton, CT
Personal branding. - M. Calvo-Lorenzo, Elanco Animal Health, Greenfield, IN
Bridging the gaps. - J. D. Crosswhite, North Dakota State University, Fargo
Doctoral programs in animal science: Strategies for targeting academic careers. - J. S. Caton, Department of Animal Sciences, North Dakota State University
Extension employment opportunities following the completion of a M.S. degree in animal science. G. P. Lardy*, North Dakota State University, Fargo.
Career opportunities in the animal science industry for graduate students. W. J. Platter*, Elanco Animal Health.
Unique and non-traditional opportunities with an advance degree in animal science. J. L. Garrett *, JG Consulting Services, Dowling, MI.
Should I go get a Ph.D. and if so, is a post-doc warranted? M. Hogberg*, Iowa State University, Ames.
Developing a competitive research program and securing tenure as a new faculty hire. B. W. Hess*, University of Wyoming, Laramie.
Transitions: Preparing for Your Future
Non-traditional career pathways for animal science students. S. P. Poulos, The Coca-Cola Company, Atlanta, GA.
Surviving the transition from thesis to published manuscript: An editor's perspective of the review process. J. L. Sartin*, Auburn University, Auburn, AL.
Taking the reins: Transitioning from PhD student to associate professor. K. A. Vonnahme*, Department of Animal Sciences, Fargo, ND.
Animal scientists of the future - Embrace change, challenges, and opportunities. M. E. Benson*, Washington State University, Pullman.