Professor, Animal and Range Sciences
ACES Graduate Programs Coordinator, Dean's Office
|Expertise Detail||Nutrition, Ruminant, Cattle, Sheep|
|Office Location||227 Knox Hall|
|Personal Bio||Clint Loest is a professor of animal science with responsibilities in research and teaching. His research has focused on ruminant nutrition, emphasizing dietary protein and amino acid utilization by cattle and sheep fed forage- and byproduct-based diets. He teaches two undergraduate courses and two graduate courses in animal science.|
|Education||1999: Ph.D., Ruminant Nutrition, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas.
1995: M.S., Ruminant Nutrition, University of Free State, Bloemfontein, S. Afr.
1993: B.S., Animal Science, University of Free State, Bloemfontein, S. Afr.
|Experience||2012-pres: Professor, New Mexico State University.
2007-2012: Associate Professor, New Mexico State University.
2001-2007: Assistant Professor, New Mexico State University.
2000-2001: Postdoctoral Research Associate, Kansas State University.
1996-1999: Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant, Kansas State University.
|Awards||2010: Young Scientist Award, Western Section, American Society of Animal Science.
2009: Distinguished Award for Graduate Teaching and Advisement, Gamma Sigma Delta, The Honor Society of Agriculture.
2007: Distinguished Teaching Award, College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences, New Mexico State University.
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