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Alumni

Keep updated on your field of study and expand your network with other agrobiologists from AU

 

What is an alumnus?

As an alum, you’re an important ambassador for the department of Animal Science and Aarhus University. We would therefore like to stay in touch!

With your experiences, you can contribute to developing the study and research environments at Aarhus University and help position the department and the university as a world class international educational institution.

Our mission is to build lifelong and mutually rewarding relations with alumni.

Former employees are also welcome and we encourage current students and employees to make use of the alumni network too. 

News

2019.10.09 | Anis, Poultry, Cattle, Pigs

New handbook: Good manure management practices

A new handbook for farmers and advisor organisations on good manure management practices is now available. The handbook is based on results and previous experiences in the EU project 'Manure Standards'. The handbook serves as an easy-to-read material also for other stakeholders from policy to agricultural education.

2019.09.17 | PhD defense, Pigs, Anis, DCA

How efficiently are lactating sows utilizing the energy and protein in feed? And what happens to the utilization of dietary energy and protein when the sows are not supplied optimally with protein?

PhD defence by Trine Friis Pedersen 27 September 2019 at AU Foulum. The auditorium at 10h. All are welcome.

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Events

Mon 30 Sep
00:00-00:00 |
Courses: Join the SmartCow training program
Seven training courses are scheduled for September and October 2019, dealing with topics such as feed efficiency of beef and dairy cattle and methane emissions; gold standard methods to assess key phenotypes in ruminant nutrition; and measurement techniques and proxies for methane emissions and feed efficiency.
Mon 09 Mar
00:00-00:00 |
PhD course: Animal Pain
The aim is to give PhD students an overview of the concept of animal pain from a biological perspective.