Food Animal Scholars Program: An early selection program for undergraduates at North Carolina State University interested in pursuing a career in veterinary medicine working with food animals. W. L. Flowers*, C. R. Parkhurst, J. A. Moore, C. S. Whisnant, S. L. Pardue, and C. M. Williams, North Carolina State University, Raleigh.
Design and development of a synchronously-delivered graduate course designed for the evaluation and practice of scholarship in animal sciences. L. A. Kriese-Anderson1 and D. R. Mulvaney*1,2, 1Auburn University, Auburn, AL, 2Biggio Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning, Auburn, AL.
The value of writing to a real-world audience for animal science students. M. W. Orth*, Michigan State University, East Lansing.
Tracking undergraduate student performance while learning molecular genetics concepts. B. S. Walters* and T. J. Buttles, University of Wisconsin, River Falls.
Bringing the industry into the classroom: Media interview project. J. A. Sterle*, Texas A&M University, College Station.
Development of time-enhanced internet-based distance education in feed mill management and feed formulation. P. R Ferket*, North Carolina State University, Raleigh.
The fundamentals of collegiate poultry judging. J. C. Butler* and P. A. Curtis, Auburn University, Auburn, AL.
Laying hens in conventional and enriched cages. G. B. Tactacan*, J. D. House, and W. Guenther, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, Canada.
Evaluation of weight shifting as a pain indicator in lame pigs. L. Anil*, S. S. Anil, J. Deen, S. V. Westen, and S. K. Baidoo, University of Minnesota, St. Paul.
Development of a feed-restriction model to identify factors responsible for fescue toxicosis-induced reduction in food intake. S. Raney*, P. A. Eichen, and D. E. Spiers, University of Missouri, Columbia.
Assessing the performance of Redbro Cou Nu chickens in different environments. W. L. Willis1, M. Johnson1, C. Hatcher*1, and R.
Wednesday, July 11
Animal Behavior & Well-Being - Livestock and Poultry III Exhibit Hall C
Development and use of a learning outcomes based assessment tool. J. L. Beckett*, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.
Assessment of predictors of critical thinking ability in animal science undergraduates. L. M. Morgan*, Clemson University, Clemson, SC.
Critical thinking dispositions of undergraduates in two animal science courses at the University of Georgia. T. D. Pringle*, J. L. Douglas, and J. C. Ricketts, The University of Georgia, Athens.
Teaching/Undergraduate & Graduate Education Teaching Session II - Curricular Innovation Chair: Jeannette A. Moore, North Carolina State University 204 A
ADSA Foundation Scholar Lecture- Production Chair: Scott Rankin, University of Wisconsin-Madison 204 B
Metabolic regulation and integrative biology of transition cows – the “final frontier” revisited. T. Overton*, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.