Poultry Science Club at NC State
Meeting Dates: December 1st
Upcoming Events and Deadlines!
12/25-12/27 Thanksgiving Break
12/1 December Social- Gingerbread House Building Contest
12/7 No Class! Poultry Science Department Luncheon and Final Exam Reading Day
12/4 Last Day of Classes
12/8-16 Final Exam Week
12/19-1/3 Winter Break
1/6 First Day of Spring Semester
1/26-1/28 Annual Trip to IPPE!
4 Fair Shifts
2 Ham and Turkey Sales shifts OR sell 5 items to equal 1 shift
2 Community service points
1 'Other' point
Attend 2/3 of the Poultry Science Club meetings
Come Join Us
Meetings every 2nd and 4th Tuesday - Scott 106 @ 6:30PM
Co-curricular activities are a valuable part of your college education and participation in such activities can provide an invigorating change of pace from your daily classroom routine. You may elect to participate in the Poultry Science Club or other university based clubs. The Poultry Science Club sponsors numerous events during the academic year, including: Casey the Cardinal at the State Fair, an annual Thanksgiving ham and smoked turkey sale, an annual awards banquet in the spring, a three-day trip to the U.S. Poultry and Egg Convention in Atlanta, GA, and a week's trip to the beach or mountains following graduation.
Bi-weekly meetings with dinner are also held, so that students have the opportunity to get to know their classmates and faculty advisers well.
Academic Year 2015-2016
- President: Sarah Tong
- Vice-President: Jennifer Vrabel
- Secretary: Shannah Phillips
- Treasurer: Taylor Joyner
- Social Chairs: Chandler Keck / Austin Glann
- Service Chair: Courtney Johnson / Victoria Pender
- Historian: Ana Telkamp
- Web Site Editor: Sarah Beauchamp
- Ag Life Reps: Guy Perkins / Emily Povazsay
- Ms. Lynn Worley-Davis
- Dr. Adam Fahrenholz
Education and outreach related to poultry and the poultry industry.
- Fall Smoked Turkey Sales
- NC State Fair Poultry Exhibit
- International Production and Processing Expo, Atlanta, GA
- Farm Animal Days
- Ag Awareness Week
How to Join
Attend club meetings, participate in activities, and enjoy club socials! Our club is for anyone who is interested poultry, no matter what your major is!
First semester students can join free. After that, every club member pays $10 for dues each semester. To achieve active status, you must be willing to volunteer and participate, attend meetings, and pay your dues. Dinner is provided at the beginning of each meeting. We would love to have you!
With the chaos of the holidays and finals right around the corner, it can be tough to focus on one thing at a time. Make sure to start studying now in order to avoid last minute panic. Also, do not forget to take good care of yourself between now and then-stay healthy! Final exams are December 8- 16. Good luck!
The International Production and Processing Expo (IPPE) in Atlanta, Georgia is a great way to see what the poultry industry is really about! IPPE features the latest and greatest in production technology. Here, attendees will be able to sign up for internship and job interviews with a variety of different companies and speak to leaders in the industry. Everything poultry related will be right there for you to discover!
IPPE Dates and Information
The deadline for applying to IPPE has passed.
Active Poultry Science Club members DO NOT have to pay for this trip, the club covers the costs!
We will leave from Raleigh around 5 am on 1/26 and return to Raleigh around 6 pm on 1/28.
Neuse River Clean Up 2015
Ag Awareness Week 2015!
Cooking for the ASC/PSC Joint Meeting 2015 Enjoying the meal at the Joint Meeting!
Cooking and Serving Lunch for the FFA Poultry Judging CDE 2015
2nd Place Club of the Year IPPE 2015! 2014 Farm Animal Days
2014 4-H Youth Fair Day 2014 Poultry Department Freshman Dinner
CALS Alumni Tailgate in 2014 Spring Semester Social 2014: Defy Gravity!
Fall Semster Socail 2014: Pumpkin Carving!