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Student clubs and organizations are vital to the University of Wyoming Animal Science Department. We strive to encourage and support all student clubs and organizations because we know the experiences students gain contribute to their overall development as a student here at our University, as well as prepare them for their future endeavors in their careers. Students who participate in our clubs and organizations are typically sought after as potential employees in the animal science professional industries. Therefore, we encourage our students to explore the extra-curricular activities that the department supports.
Additional student clubs can be found on the Wyoming Club Sports page.
The University of Wyoming Food Science Club is finding a way to make an impact in
the Laramie community even amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. The club is hosting Takeout
Night through the fall and spring semesters, allowing members of the community to
order meals made by Food Science Club members. Individuals simply order online and
pick up their food at the animal science building, where members will personally deliver
the meals to each vehicle. More information regarding Takeout Night can be found here.
The Food Science Club is a Recognized Student Organization at the University of Wyoming. This club is composed of undergraduate and graduate students interested in food science, regardless of their major. The club's primary purpose is to educate members about the food and meat industries in the Rocky Mountain region, the nation and the world. For more information or to join the club, please visit the Food Science Club webpage.