Matt Schulte is currently a graduate student pursuing his master of science degree under the direction of Dr. Steven Lonergan. Matt is studying meat science and how the nature of proteins and the protein profile can contribute to variation in pork quality. This past summer, he focused on investigating the effect of postmortem aging on fresh pork. Read more about Graduate Student, Matt Schulte, researches why meat is tender By Brodie Abney
At the recent World Veterinary Poultry Association conference in Edinburgh UK, graduate student Melissa Diest gave a podium talk on her graduate research, and Sue Lamont gave an invited Keynote talk on “Breeding for Disease Resistance ”. Over 2,000 poultry health professionals from around the globe were in attendance. Read more about Graduate Student, Melissa Diest, gives talk in the UK
Graduate students Danika Miller and Michael Cropp were awarded $10,000.00 scholarships by the Meat Industry Suppliers Alliance Foundation also known as MISA. They were two of seven students to receive the award.