Seniors enrolled in their capstone animal science course at the U of M Crookston talk about their experiences in the major and in general on campus. This video was captured during spring semester 2015 by student communications assistant Monika Sweet.
Ben Wuebkers, an animal science student at the U of M, Crookston, tells why he chose to attend the Crookston campus and discusses his impressions of the Animal Science Program and its faculty. He is from Upsala, Minnesota.
Emily Krull, a double major in animal and equine science at the U of M, Crookston, talks about her experiences as a student and why she chose to attend UMC. She is from Two Harbors, Minnesota.
Originally from Sartell, Minnesota, Tony Dank '10 graduated from UMC with bachelor's degrees in animal science and equine science. He is currently studying veterinary medicine at the University of Missouri at Columbia. Also read his article "'Knew' as the Romans 'Knew'" in the Fall 2010 version of the Torch magazine.
Junior Nicole Sorlie says, "I was especially interested in the animal science program because students have an opportunity to work with large animals." Read more about Nicole in "Running keeps Animal Science Major on her Toes" in the Summer 2011 article in the Torch magazine.
Rosemary "Christie" Ketring '05, animal science major at the University of Minnesota, Crookston talks about her experience in "Agriculture in an Island Paradise" from the Summer 2008 version of the Torch magazine.
Terrill Bradford, an instructor in the Animal Science program discusses the various career options students can select from with an animal science degree. She also describes some of the unique benefits of the major. The Animal Science degree is administered through the Agriculture and Natural Resources Department.
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