Looking for a TA position this spring in either ANFS 240: Functional Anatomy or ANFS 310: Animal and Plant Genetics?
Use the form: Animal and Food Science Undergraduate Teaching Assistant that can be found here on our Department’s Course Information page. Download the word document, fill it in and return in to Mrs. Laura Hougentogler at Nemeclm@udel.edu no later than Monday November 20th! Please remember to write down what lab SECTION and TIME you are available for.
Select Breeders Service, Inc. (SBS) has two open positions at their Maryland based equine reproductive technology company. To apply to either position email or mail a Letter of Interest and Resume to: email@example.com
The American Society of Animal Science is currently accepting applications for both the Summer 2018 Science Communications Internship and 2018 Science Policy Summer Internship Program.
To learn more visit the links below:
ASAS Science Writing Internship:
ASAS Science Policy (D.C.) Internship:
The Brandywine Zoo in Wilmington, DE is currently accepting applications for fall internships.
Available 6 month College Internships include:
This summer, the University of Delaware’s College of Agriculture and Natural Resources will offer (2 – 3) students the opportunity to get a paid, hands-on learning experience with live blue hens from the UD flock!
These students will work with the birds on the UD farm starting in the summer in order to be ready to have the birds on display and educate the public on blue hens at six UD home football games in the fall at the President’s tent.
Students must be able to commit to working a minimum of three hours at each of the UD home games slated for:
Thursday, August 31;
Saturday, September 16;
Saturday, September 30;
Saturday, October 14;
Saturday, October 21; and
Saturday, November 11.
Students interested in working with blue hens over the summer and educating the public on all the facts surrounding Delaware’s state bird in the fall should e-mail Bob Alphin at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (302) 831-0825.
Wagsworth Manor Pet Resort, located in Malvern, PA, is seeking high energy, animal-loving professionals to join our team for both part time, full time, and seasonal positions. We are the area’s premier pet care facility and provide “A luxury retreat for the furry elite” through our high quality Pet Boarding, Dog Daycare, Pet Grooming, and Dog Training services. Our culture is one of high standards, professionalism, and an unrelenting commitment to providing the best experience for our guests.
We are seeking team players to join our exceptional staff in positions such as:
- Front Desk Customer Service
- Caretaker for dogs and cats
- Day Camp Monitor
Experience not required as on-the-job training will be provided, but MUST love animals, have a positive attitude, and be able to work weekends and holidays.
Additional applicant requirements:
- Hardworking & dependable
- Team oriented
- Warm & friendly
- Eagerness to learn
- Able to maintain a clean and safe environment for our guests
- Able to lift up to 50 lbs (for some positions)
Varies depending on position and experience
How to apply:
Interested applicants must email your resume to email@example.com. Emails without a resume will not be considered.
Location: Wagsworth Manor Pet Resort – 27 Spring Mill Dr., Malvern, PA 19355
April 21, 2017
7:30 am -5:00 pm Leaving from Townsend Hall
This is an opportunity to learn about the poultry industry and how broilers (chickens) are raised for meat. The tour will visit:
- Perdue Farms hatchery (hatching over one million chicks per week)
- Broiler farm (chance to visit the birds in a broiler house)
- Broiler processing plant (learn about food safety)
You will also have the chance to meet with Perdue Human Resource personnel and recent UD alumni working at Perdue to learn about internships, full time positions and their scholarship program over lunch that is provided.
The vans or bus will leave the Townsend Hall parking lot at 7:30 am and will return around 5:00 pm. To sign up for this tour or if you have questions, please contact Prof. Alphin at 831-0825 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Study Abroad January 2018
Interest Meeting March 1, 4:30 room 049 TNS Hall
Study beef cattle, sheep, and dairy cattle, horses and sustainable farm management, and current issues facing agriculture and the environment. New Zealand is a spectacular country full of beautiful scenery, friendly people and innovative farmers. New Zealand is also one of the most agriculturally diverse and efficient countries in the world. Students will also enjoy the natural beauty and animals (domestic and wild) of the Canterbury Plains, Southern Alps, glaciers, mountain lakes, and temperate rain forest.
Based at Lincoln University on the South Island of New Zealand, just outside of the city of Christchurch on the Canterbury Plains, you’ll meet farmers, entrepreneurs and agricultural professionals as you study current issues facing the agricultural industry and pastoral livestock production. In addition you will learn about the history and settlement of New Zealand, one of the younger countries of the world and Maori culture (the native Pacific Islanders of New Zealand) through excursions to historic stations, modern farms, the Canterbury Museum, and The International Antarctic Centre.
If you can’t attend and want to be included in our interest group on Sakai – email Dr. Griffiths: email@example.com