Award Winner Detail

Award: Early Career Achievement Award
Univeristy: Colorado State University
Year: 2010
Section Awarded: National

Terry E. Engle, Early Career Achievement Award

Sponsored by American Society of Animal Science Foundation

Terry E. Engle is a leading authority on the mineral metabolism of ruminants. After earning his PhD from North Carolina State University in 1999, he joined the faculty at Colorado State University and was promoted to associate professor in 2005. He has developed exceptional programs in both research and teaching at CSU, generated over $3 million in grants and gifts, built an impressive publication record, given many invited presentations, and served on the editorial board of the Journal of Animal Science. He was awarded the WSASAS Young Scientist Award in 2006 and the Distinguished Teaching Award in 2009. Engle teaches five courses, has chaired or cochaired 38 PhD and MS advisees, and was recognized with college teaching awards in 2003 and 2007. Even with these impressive accomplishments, Engle's highest priority is his family.

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