New FVAS website launched

A new website launched: Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences

Ahead of The University of Melbourne Open Day on Sunday 17 August, the Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences launched a new website featuring information on the key undergraduate and postgraduate degrees being offered by the newly merged Faculty. There's plenty of exciting details to be added to the website over the coming weeks, but click the link below to visit the new website now!
Visit the FVAS website

OR visit the Faculty of Science website for Forestry, Geography and Resource Management

Prof Frank Dunshea

MUSSE: Professor Frank Dunshea honoured by Australian Society of Animal Production

Professor Frank Dunshea from the Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences has been enrolled as a Fellow of the Australian Society of Animal Production (ASAP) in recognition of his significant contribution to the animal industries over the past 30 years. His work focuses on animal science and biomedical research, including efforts to improve livestock nutrition, meat quality and farming techniques. Professor Dunshea said it was a great honour to be made a Fellow of ASAP.
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Cow in Dookie robotic dairy

Professor Rick Roush: MSLE Merger with the faculties of Science and Veterinary Science

On 25 March 2014, the University's Senior Executive approved a series of proposals that will strengthen research and teaching in Agriculture and consolidate our Geography, Resource Management and Forestry research and teaching programs. Geography, Resource Management and Forestry research and teaching joined an expanded Faculty of Science. The Bachelor of Agriculture and all associated teaching and research activities have moved from our Department of Agriculture and Food Systems into the new Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences.
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