DEAN'S LIST - SPRING 2013
(College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources minimum grade-point average is 3.75. All qualifying grade-point averages are based on a minimum of 12 or more graded semester hours. An asterisk (*) following a student's name denotes a 4.0 grade-point average.)
Kyra Baldwin, Jr., Mitchell, NE
Nicole Barry*, Jr., Valparaiso, NE
Stevie Buettgenbach*, Sr., Pierce, NE
Katlyn Bunde, Sr., Doniphan, NE
Daniel Wei Xin Chia, Sr., Singapore
Brizett Cole, Sr., Otoe, NE
Hope Doyle, Sr., Lincoln, NE
Bernard Eilerts, Jr., West Point, NE
Talia Everding*, Soph., Davey, NE
Jessica Frank, Sr., Dakota City, NE
Laura Gorecki*, Soph., Farwell, NE
Darian Hansen, Soph., Fremont, NE
Bailey Hartway, Sr., Lincoln, NE
Michele Haussler*, Jr., Lincoln, NE
Cody Hegemann, Sr., Howells, NE
Cayla Iske*, Sr., Gretna, NE
Melissa Laughlin, Sr., Omaha, NE
Jessica Mascarello, Sr., Bellevue, NE
Melissa Matulka*, Sr., Thedford, NE
Alexa Mayer, Soph., Lincoln, NE
Ashley McCoy, Soph., Arapahoe, NE
Melisa McDonald, Sr., Lincoln, NE
Levi McPhillips*, Jr., Columbus, NE
Cameron Menard*, Jr., Bennington, NE
Eric Miller, Sr., Lyons, NE
Kathleen Ochsner, Sr., Torrington, WY
Kara Ostrand*, Soph., Mason City, NE
Dustin Renken, Sr., Bertrand, NE
Danielle Saathoff*, Sr., Naponee, NE
Chanda Scheuring, Sr., Defiance, IA
Kelly Schnoor, Jr., Roca, NE
Stephanie Smolek*, Sr., Meadow Grove, NE
Peter Sojka*, Sr., Omaha, NE
Amanda Steele, Jr., Lee’s Summit, MO
Justin Taubenheim, Sr., Amherst, NE
Kelsey Timme, Soph., Lincoln, NE
Braden Troyer, Soph., Milford, NE
Cong Wang*, Jr., Shenyang City, China
Lauren Welch*, Sr., Papillion, NE
Curtis Wetovick*, Jr., Fullerton, NE
Mollie Wilken, Sr., Bloomfield, NE
Hilary Wolf*, Sr., Albion, NE
Welcome to UNL Animal Science!
Welcome to the Department of Animal Science at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln! We are excited that you have chosen UNL to continue your education. While you are a student here, be sure to take advantage of all the opportunities available to you through CASNR and the Animal Science Department. Many extracurricular activities and clubs are offered through the department for students to become involved and meet new people outside the classroom. We look forward to seeing you on campus!
Life in Lincoln: First Semester Checklist
Now that you're here, what next? A few simple steps can help get your year started right and make the most of your first semester.
Advisor? What Advisor?
Your academic advisor is an important resource on campus. Whether you need help planning course schedules, finding internships or research opportunities, or are looking for a letter of recommendation, your advisor is a good place to start. They can help find answers to your questions and assist in couse selection, but it's your responsiblity to contact them when you need help. Click here for a list of Animal Science advisors and their contact information.
Getting Homesick? Get Involved!
Does it seem like college is all work and no play? It doesn't have to be! The Animal Science Department has many teams and clubs that give students a great learning experience focused on the industry, but it doesn't have to stop there. Student Involvement can find a club that fits any interest or schedule. It's a great way to meet other students across campus with similar interests, learn more about careers, or explore a subject that you enjoy. In addition to clubs, the University offers student activities throughout the year nearly every day of the week. Don't sit around in your room, check the schedule because there is always something to do!
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Let the Fun Begin!
College is everything you make of it. By becoming involved on campus, surviving classes, managing your time, and finding help when you need it, your first year will be off to a good start. The university has many resources at your command, so use them and your time here to the best of your advantage. Meet new people, interact with world-renowned faculty, try new things, and make the most of your first year. Welcome to UNL and the Department of Animal Science!