Terry Engle, PhD

Professor, Ruminant Nutrition, Colorado State University

Education

  • Ø1999    Ph.D. Degree-Nutrition, North Carolina State University.
  • Ø1996    Master of Science-Animal Science, Colorado State University.
  • Ø1993    Bachelor of Science-Animal Science, Colorado State University.         

Academic Positions

  • ØDecember 1999 - present, Professor (2011), Ruminant Nutrition, Colorado State University

Current Job Description

  • Ø45  % Teaching    45  % Research/Creative Activity    10   % Service/Outreach   0   % Admin

Honors and Awards

  • Ø2010 American Society of Animal Science Early Career Achievement Award, Denver, CO.
  • Ø2009 Western Section American Society of Animal Science Distinguished Teaching Award,    Fort Collins, CO.
    • Ø2007 NACTA Charles N. Shepardson Meritorious Teaching Award.
    • Ø2006 Western Section American Society of Animal Science Young Scientist Award.    WSASAS Meeting. Logan, UT.
    • Ø2003 Charles N. Shepardson Faculty Teaching Award
    • Ø1999, Awarded 1st place in the Graduate Student Awards Competition, Southern Section          ASAS   and ADSA meeting, Memphis, TN.
    • Ø1997, Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant Award Recipient, Graduate School, North       Carolina State University, NC.
    • Ø1997, 11th Annual Graduate Student Development Workshop Participant, North Carolina      State    University, NC.
    • Ø1991-1993, Full Athletic Scholarship, Colorado State University Varsity Football Team,        Colorado State University, CO.
    • Ø1989 - 1990, Junior College Football All-American and Captain, Riverside Junior College       Football Team. CA.

Teaching Activities

  • ØAN 522 – Animal Metabolism, 3 credit hour course: Instructor (2000-present).
  • ØAN 621 – Vitamin and Mineral Metabolism, 3 credit hour course: (2000-present).
  • ØAN 500V – Methodologies in Animal Science, 2 credit course: team taught, % of course taught-50.0% (2003 – present).

 

Graduate student mentor: Currently advining/co-advising 3 Ph.D and 4 M.S. students and have advised/co-advised 5 Ph.D., 14 M.S., and 1 Postdoctoral student

 

Professional Affiliations and Activities

            Memberships in professional societies

  • ØWestern Section of the American Society of Animal Science Symposium Committee Chair, 2006.
  • ØWestern Section of the American Society of Animal Science Symposium Committee member, 2005.
  • ØAmerican Society for Nutritional Sciences, April 2000 – present.
  • ØSociety for Experimental Biology and Medicine, January 1999 - present.
  • ØGamma Sigma Delta, The Honor Society of Agriculture, April 1999 - present.
  • ØAmerican Registry of Professional Animal Scientists, January 1996 - present. Area of Specialization: Beef Cattle Nutrition.
  • ØSigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society, January 1996 - present.
  • ØAmerican Society of Animal Science, January 1994 - present.

           

Selected Refereed Journal Article Publications:

 

Neuhold, K. L., J. J. Wagner, S. L. Archibeque, T. E. Engle, and K. K. Kreikemeier. 2012. An evaluation of 10-G brand direct-fed microbial for yearling steers fed finishing diets containing wet distillers grains. Prof. Anim.Sci.28:319-324.

 

Schutz, J. S., J. A. Carroll, L. C. Gasbarre, T. A. Shelton, S. T. Nordstrom, J. P. Hutcheson, H. Van Campen, and        T. E. Engle.2012. Effects of gastrointestinal parasites on parasite burden, rectal temperature, and antibody titer      responses to vaccination and infectious bovine rhinotracheitis virus challenge. J. Anim. Sci. 90: 1948-1954.

 

Hess, T. M., J. K. Rexford, D. K. Hansen, M. Harris, N, Schauermann, T. Ross, T. E. Engle, K. G. Allen, and C.         M. Mulligan. 2012. Effects of two different sources of long chain omega-3 highly unsaturated fatty acids on          incorporation into plasma, red blood cell, and skeletal muscle in horses. J. Anim. Sci. 10.2527/jas.2012-4412.

 

Sexson, J. L. J. J. Wagner, T. E. Engle, and J. Eickhoff. 2011. Predicting water intake by yearling feedlot steers. J. Anim. Sci. jas.2011-4307.

 

Gruber, S. L., J. D. Tatum, T. E. Engle, P. L. Chapman, R. M. Enns, K. E. Belk, and G. C. Smith. 2011. Effects of genetic markers and implant strategy on longissimus and gluteus muscle tenderness of calf-fed steers and heifers. J. Anim. Sci. 89:1401-1411.

 

Dixon, C. L., D. R. Woerner, R. J. Tokach, P. L. Chapman, and T. E. Engle. 2011. Quantifying the “aging response” and nutrient composition for muscles of the beef round. Anim. Sci. jas.2011-4415.

 

White, N. R., P. D. Burns, R. D. Cheatham, R. M. Romero, J. P. Nozykowski, J. E. Bruemmer, and T. E. Engle.         2011. Fish meal supplementation increases bovine plasma and luteal tissue omega-3 fatty acid composition. J.      Anim. Sci.jas.2011-4208.

           

Edwards, L. N., T. E. Engle, T. Grandin, M. J. Ritter, A. A. Sosnnicki, B. A. Carlson, and D. B. Anderson. 2011. The effects of distance traveled during loading, lariage time prior to slaughter, and distance traveled to the      stunning area on blood lactate concentrations of pigs in a commercial packing plant. Prof. Anim. Sci. 27:485-     491.

 

Schutz, J. S., J. J. Wagner, K. L. Neuhold, S. L. Archibeque, and T. E. Engle. 2011. Effect of feed bunk management on feedlot steer intake. Prof. Anim. Sci. 27:395-401.

 

Galles, K., J. Ham, E. Westover, J. Stratton, J Wagner, T. Engle, and T. Bryant. 2011. Influence of reduced nitrogen diets on ammonia emissions from cattle feedlot pens. Atmosphere. 2: 655-670.

 

Woerner, D. R., J. D. Tatum, T. E. Engle, K. E. Belk, and D. W. Couch. 2011. Effects of sequential implanting and ractopamine hydrochloride supplementation on carcass characteristics and longissimus muscle tenderness of calf-fed steers and heifers. J. Anim. Sci. 89: 201-209.

 

Seabrook, J. L., R.K. Peel, T.E. Engle. 2011. The effects of replacing dietary carbohydrate with calcium salts of        fatty acids on finishing lamb feedlot performance, blood metabolites, muscle fatty acid composition, and carcass characteristics. Small Ruminant Res. 85:97-103.