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SDSU Equine Issues and Leadership Class shares industry analysis

Alaina Mousel, Editor

After an entire semester spent studying the equine industry, ten South Dakota State University (SDSU) students shared their insight and knowledge of the topic Wednesday, Dec. 8, to faculty, industry professionals and their peers.

The presentation was part of the Equine Issues and Leadership Class offered through SDSU. Now in its second year, students from undergraduate and graduate programs enroll under the supervision of SDSU Assistant professor and extension equine specialist Rebecca Bott.

“The course is designed to prepare students as emerging leaders for the equine industry,” Bott said as she introduced the class.

Objectives of the course include professional development, service projects, industry issues and team work, as well as constructing 30-second “elevator speeches” to promote the equine industry.

Student presenters were Andrew Jensen, Billie Kubat, Courtney Schneider, Kamerra Brown, Kaycee Gebhart, Paige Redding, Kathy Koch, Molly Kangas, Becky Whitlock and Ashley Petersen.

After an entire semester spent studying the equine industry, ten South Dakota State University (SDSU) students shared their insight and knowledge of the topic Wednesday, Dec. 8, to faculty, industry professionals and their peers.

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The presentation was part of the Equine Issues and Leadership Class offered through SDSU. Now in its second year, students from undergraduate and graduate programs enroll under the supervision of SDSU Assistant professor and extension equine specialist Rebecca Bott.

“The course is designed to prepare students as emerging leaders for the equine industry,” Bott said as she introduced the class.

Objectives of the course include professional development, service projects, industry issues and team work, as well as constructing 30-second “elevator speeches” to promote the equine industry.

Student presenters were Andrew Jensen, Billie Kubat, Courtney Schneider, Kamerra Brown, Kaycee Gebhart, Paige Redding, Kathy Koch, Molly Kangas, Becky Whitlock and Ashley Petersen.

After an entire semester spent studying the equine industry, ten South Dakota State University (SDSU) students shared their insight and knowledge of the topic Wednesday, Dec. 8, to faculty, industry professionals and their peers.

The presentation was part of the Equine Issues and Leadership Class offered through SDSU. Now in its second year, students from undergraduate and graduate programs enroll under the supervision of SDSU Assistant professor and extension equine specialist Rebecca Bott.

“The course is designed to prepare students as emerging leaders for the equine industry,” Bott said as she introduced the class.

Objectives of the course include professional development, service projects, industry issues and team work, as well as constructing 30-second “elevator speeches” to promote the equine industry.

Student presenters were Andrew Jensen, Billie Kubat, Courtney Schneider, Kamerra Brown, Kaycee Gebhart, Paige Redding, Kathy Koch, Molly Kangas, Becky Whitlock and Ashley Petersen.

After an entire semester spent studying the equine industry, ten South Dakota State University (SDSU) students shared their insight and knowledge of the topic Wednesday, Dec. 8, to faculty, industry professionals and their peers.

The presentation was part of the Equine Issues and Leadership Class offered through SDSU. Now in its second year, students from undergraduate and graduate programs enroll under the supervision of SDSU Assistant professor and extension equine specialist Rebecca Bott.

“The course is designed to prepare students as emerging leaders for the equine industry,” Bott said as she introduced the class.

Objectives of the course include professional development, service projects, industry issues and team work, as well as constructing 30-second “elevator speeches” to promote the equine industry.

Student presenters were Andrew Jensen, Billie Kubat, Courtney Schneider, Kamerra Brown, Kaycee Gebhart, Paige Redding, Kathy Koch, Molly Kangas, Becky Whitlock and Ashley Petersen.

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