Award Winner Detail

Award: ASAS Fellow: Teaching Category
Year: 2012
Section Awarded: National

Curtis Youngs, ASAS Fellow: Teaching Category

Sponsored by American Society of Animal Science

Dr. Curtis R. Youngs received animal science degrees from the University of Minnesota and postdoctoral training at Louisiana State University. After three years at the University of Idaho, he joined the animal science faculty at Iowa State University. Over the past 25 years he has authored more than 220 publications and has taught in 17 different courses. The undergraduate embryo transfer lecture and laboratory courses he developed are unique. Youngs is engaged in academic advising, serves on the NACTA Journal editorial board, and is a panelist for the NIFA Hispanic-serving institutions educational grants program. Dr. Youngs conducts research on livestock embryo transfer and has served as a USDA Borlaug Fellows mentor.

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