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BSE Colloquium Series – Tami Brown-Brandl

Developing a passion into a career with the help of mentoring

Date: Time: 12:00 pm–1:00 pm
Chase Hall Room: 116
Additional Info: CHA
Contact: Rebecca Wachs, (402) 472-2262,
Tami M. Brown-Brandl, professor and Dr. William E. and Eleanor L. Splinter Chair, Precision Livestock Engineer, UNL, has done research that has led to the development of a forecast cattle heat stress website and a smartphone application. Her work has resulted in updates to American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers and ASABE standards for heat and moisture production data for all phases of swine production. In addition, Brown-Brandl’s research has led to new innovations in precision livestock farming including technologies like sensors, RFID systems, and cameras, into animal production to record and summarize individual animal responses.
She will discuss how with the help of many others she turned her love for animals into a career into Precision Animal Management. And how she is helping others find their passion by mentoring students from 3rd grade – post-docs.

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This event originated in Biological Systems Engineering.