Novus presents scholar and teaching awards during PSA Annual Meeting

Novus International recognised top researchers at the Poultry Science Association event.
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Novus is a proud sponsor of the teaching award presented at the Annual Meeting. The winner is selected by a PSA commitee and presented to a PSA member who has demonstrated outstanding success in the classroom as well as a dedication to professional improvement. The winner, Dr Schwean-Lardner, teaches undergraduate poultry science and animal behavior, and graduate advanced animal welfare at the Department of Animal and Poultry Science in the College of Agriculture and Bioresources at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) in Canada. She also teaches poultry production at Western College of Veterinary Medicine at U of S. She joined the faculty at U of S in 2014 after completing her doctorate degree in poultry management and welfare from that university. Her focus was studying the impact of light on broiler welfare and production.

She has authored or co-authored 28 journal papers, with a primary focus on bird management and well-being. She has also presented at many industry and scientific meetings in her career.

Dr Schwean-Lardner has previously been awarded the Provost Teaching Award – College of Agriculture and Bioresources at the U of S (2019), North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture, U of S (2018), Poultry Science Association Early Achievement Award for Teaching (2016), and the USSU Teaching Excellence Award (2016).

PSA is a professional organisation consisting of educators, scientists, extension specialists, industry researchers, administrators, producers, and college students who are committed to advancing the poultry industry. Founded in 1908, PSA’s member scientists have contributed through their research to the development of safer and more nutritious food product.

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Dr Audrey McElroy
Dr Audrey McElroy

Dr McElroy has authored or co-authored 45 peer-reviewed publications, over 100 abstracts published in proceedings from national or international scientific meetings, and three trade journal articles. She has been a member of PSA since 1994 and has served the society on the Board of Directors, chaired the Resolutions Committee, chaired the Frank Perdue Live Poultry Food Safety Committee, a member of the Nominating Committee, Extension Workshop Committee, the Phibro Extension Award Selection Committee, and the Novus Teaching Award Committee.

Dr Schwean-Lardner
Dr Schwean-Lardner

Novus is a proud sponsor of the teaching award presented at the Annual Meeting. The winner is selected by a PSA commitee and presented to a PSA member who has demonstrated outstanding success in the classroom as well as a dedication to professional improvement. The winner, Dr Schwean-Lardner, teaches undergraduate poultry science and animal behavior, and graduate advanced animal welfare at the Department of Animal and Poultry Science in the College of Agriculture and Bioresources at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) in Canada. She also teaches poultry production at Western College of Veterinary Medicine at U of S. She joined the faculty at U of S in 2014 after completing her doctorate degree in poultry management and welfare from that university. Her focus was studying the impact of light on broiler welfare and production.

She has authored or co-authored 28 journal papers, with a primary focus on bird management and well-being. She has also presented at many industry and scientific meetings in her career.

Dr Schwean-Lardner has previously been awarded the Provost Teaching Award – College of Agriculture and Bioresources at the U of S (2019), North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture, U of S (2018), Poultry Science Association Early Achievement Award for Teaching (2016), and the USSU Teaching Excellence Award (2016).

PSA is a professional organisation consisting of educators, scientists, extension specialists, industry researchers, administrators, producers, and college students who are committed to advancing the poultry industry. Founded in 1908, PSA’s member scientists have contributed through their research to the development of safer and more nutritious food product.

More information about PSA

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