We love to hear from students and faculty who have been a part of the Department and Animal and Rangeland Sciences. While the name of the department has transformed through the years, the dedication and passion of graduates in Animal Sciences, Rangeland Ecology and Management and Animal Behavior has made the program one of the best in the United States.
There are many ways to be involved and enhance the educational career of a fellow AnRS student. Would you be interested in:
- Being a Student Mentor
- Providing a Student Internship
- Host or enhance a Student Learning Experience
- Provide Resources for Research or Student Learning
- Share your Knowledge and Experience
As a valuable member of this department’s legacy, we look forward to hearing how you would like to be involved! Please send us an email, which includes the year in which you graduated degree and any current updates on your life and career.
The Department of Animal and Rangeland Sciences is thankful for generous support from alumni and friends. Through the OSU Foundation, we have been able to establish named funds and endowments in honor, or, in memory, of friends, alumni, and faculty. These funds help enhance support for our students and programs including:
- Travel expenses for student research and presentations at National and International Conventions
- Support for student research under the mentorship of a faculty member
- Purchase of specialized equipment
- Improvement of facilities
- Inviting academics to lecture and meet students
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Graduate Student Lindsey Perry conducts field research on Sage Grouse in Eastern Oregon