Goodband Receives Animal Management AwardGoodband Receives Animal Management Award
July 21, 2014
Robert “Bob” Goodband, Professor of Animal Science at Kansas State University, has been honored with the Animal Management Award presented by the American Society of Animal Science.
Goodband was selected for the award based on his excellence in research in production management. He is part of a progressive swine extension team that focuses on developing, evaluating and disseminating the latest research to increase the profitability of pork producers and has played an important role in developing an intensive applied research program that has conducted numerous on-farm trials in several states.
Along with his dedication to research, Goodband is a trusted advisor to many graduate and undergraduate students.
Goodband received his B.S. from Pennsylvania State University and earned his MS and PhD in Swine Nutrition at Kansas State University, where he then joined the Department of Animal Science and Industry as an Assistant Professor. In 2001, Goodband made full professor where he remains teaching today.
The ASAS Animal Management Award is given to animal scientists who have made significant contributions to basic or applied research in animal behavior, environmental science, economics or other biological or production management. The American Society of Animal Science is a professional organization that serves more that 5,000 animal scientists and producers around the world.
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