ANS 410 Internship
ANS 420 Ethical Issues in the Animal Sciences
ANS 550 Organic Animal Production Systems
RNG 341 Rangeland Ecology and Management
RNG 470 Pastoral Systems of the World
RNG 490 Rangeland Management Planning
Claudia Ingham, PhD joined the faculty of the Department of Animal and Rangeland Sciences in 2009. Dr Ingham incorporates a systems approach to developing and teaching courses in agricultural ecology, rangeland sciences and the ethical use of domesticated animals.
Dr. Ingham is active in the Society for Range Management where she serves on the board of the Pacific Northwest Section and is chair of the SRM Targeted Grazing Committee. Her research on targeted grazing of invasive species with goats is published in Invasive Plant Science and Management.
In addition to teaching, Dr. Ingham is active the Oregon Forage and Grassland Council, collaborates with her colleagues to involve undergraduates in research and supports students in the OSU Goat Club which she founded in 2013.
Ph.D. Rangeland Ecology and Management, Oregon State University, 2009
Professional Teaching License: Biology, Integrated Science, and Social Science, Lewis and Clark College, Portland, Oregon, 1993
M.Sc. Tropical Animal Production and Health, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, 1987
B.S. International Agricultural Development, University of California, Davis, 1986
Department of Animal and Rangeland Sciences Awards Committee, 2018-present
College of Agricultural Sciences
Oregon State University
Corvallis, Oregon 97331
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