Vita

OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center (Burns)

Department of Animal Sciences

 

DAVID W. BOHNERT                                                                                                                      BIRTHDATE:

Associate Professor                                                                                                                       February 9, 1968

 

CURRENT APPOINTMENT

45:30:25 Research, Extension, and Administrative Appointment.  Research targeted at sustainable range/forage based ruminant livestock production systems.  Extension responsibilities include dissemination of relevant scientific data to county and regional extension staff and Oregon's livestock producers.  Assistant Superintendent, Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center (Burns; 2006 to present).

 

EDUCATION

B.S. Animal Science, Angelo State University, 1990

M.S. Animal Science, Angelo State University, 1994

Ph.D. Animal Science, University of Kentucky, 1998

 

ACADEMIC POSITIONS

Graduate Research Assistant, Angelo State University, 1992-1994

Graduate Research Assistant, University of Kentucky, 1994-1998

Assistant Professor, Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center, Department of Animal Sciences,

Oregon State University, 1998-2004

Associate Professor, Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center, Department of Animal Sciences,

Oregon State University, 2004-present

 

SCHOLARSHIP AND CREATIVE ACTIVITY

 

Publications

Author or co-author of 24 refereed journal articles since 1998

Author or co-author of 16 peer-reviewed articles since 1999

Author or co-author of 22 proceedings papers since 2001

Author or co-author of 30 abstracts from scientific meetings since 1996

 

Professional association/society involvement

North Central Coordinating Committee (NC1021) - "Nitrogen Cycling, Loading, and Use Efficiency in Forage-Based Livestock Productions Systems"; member; 2009 to present

Western Beef Resource Committee - 1999 to present; organization of extension agents from Idaho, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming that annually meets to revise and update the Cow-Calf Management Guide/Cattle Producer's Library

American Society of Animal Science - member; 1994 to present; Associate Editor, 2007-2009; Editorial Board, 2005-2007

Society for Range Management - member; 2007 to present

 

Awards/Honors

Young Scientist Award of the Western Section of the American Society of Animal Science - 2005

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