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Virginia State University

Collaborator: Dr. Stephan Wildeus

  • Ph.D. (Reproductive Physiology; James Cook University, Australia),
  • B.S. (Animal Science; Montana State University).

Current Position: Associate Research Professor, Small Ruminants; 100% research appointment.

Current Responsibilities: Conduct research in forage-based production system for goats and hair sheep, with emphasis on accelerated mating, assisted reproductive technologies, and breed germplasm evaluation; supervise and manage the small ruminant research herd (meat goats and hair sheep) and on-farm research facilities.

The University: Virginia State University, founded in 1882, is the first fully state supported four-year institution for Blacks in America, and an 1890 Land-Grant Institution. Virginia State University has a student population of approximately 5000, and offers 45 baccalaureate and masterís degree programs within five schools: (1) Agriculture; (2) Business; (3) Engineering, Science and Technology; (4) Liberal Arts and Education; and (5) Graduate Studies, Research and Outreach. The 235-acre campus and an 416-acre agricultural research farm are located in Petersburg, VA, 2 hours from Washington, DC to the north and the North Carolina Triangle area to the south.

email address: swildeus@vsu.edu


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