AMSA 70th Reciprocal Meat Conference ~ "Where History, Tradition, and Science Meat"

Together…Let’s make History!

Click here to see who will be joining you at Texas A&M University next month for AMSA’s 70th RMC "Where History, Tradition, and Science Meat."

You, along with hundreds of your fellow meat scientists will come together to reflect on the past and be present while history is made. Observe traditions, and make new ones, all while learning the latest developments and innovations in the meat science community through a comprehensive technical program that includes focused workshops like “Food Defense” and “Pork Value-Added Variety Meats” along with technical sessions from some of the industries leading experts.

After spending your days learning you can make the nights memorable by reconnecting with your peers at the evening social functions. Get an insider look at our nation’s history at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum, where the Welcome Reception will be held. Enjoy some of the best Texas BBQ at the Monday night Family Picnic, and don’t miss the famous “Aggie Prime Rib” to be served at the Awards Banquet as we honor our meat science community leaders!
Do more than simply watch while history is in the making, be part of it! See you next month in Texas.

Register for the AMSA 70th RMC Career Fair Today

AMSA Student Membership extends an invitation for your company/university to participate in the 15th annual AMSA Networking and Career Fair which will be held Sunday, June18th from 12-5 pm at RMC in College Station, TX. The career fair this year will be held throughout the day on Sunday, while quiz bowl and student research competitions are taking place. This is an outstanding opportunity to network with employers who are looking for talented and enthusiastic individuals to employ! If you’re not looking for an internship or employment opportunity, the Networking and Career Fair is still a good place to meet AMSA professional members throughout the industry and learn more about the vast opportunities in the meat science realm! Even if you do not have any open positions now, your participation will give you connections with students for future employment. The fee for a company to participate in the career fair is $500. The fee includes a one-day registration to RMC for Sunday, June 18, 2017. If you are interested, please register by April 28, 2017. Remember AMSA sustaining partners, your booth is complimentary, click here to register. For more information about this amazing opportunity, please contact Deidrea Mabry!

 University Highlight:

Texas A&M University is the state of Texas' first public institution of higher education. With a student body of more than 59,000 and more than 5,200 acres on the College Station campus, Texas A&M is also among the nation's largest universities. College Station, Texas is situated in East-Central Texas in the heart of the Brazos Valley, in the center of the region known as the Texas Triangle. It is 90 miles northwest of Houston and 87 miles northeast of Austin.

Event Highlight:

The host committee is excited to announce that the AMSA 70th RMC will kick off the Welcome Reception at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum. This museum opened in 1997, making Texas A&M one of only a few universities to host a presidential library on their campus. Attendees will have the opportunity to take a self-guided tour through the permanent exhibit that looks at the life and career of President George H. W. Bush. The exhibit brings the story of President and Mrs. Bush's leadership to life for visitors by highlighting the principles they followed when making key decisions and by promoting an understanding of the Presidency, American history, and public policy. So make sure to book your travel early to join us as we kickoff the 70th RMC on June 18th!

We will be releasing more details on the social events and technical program over the next few months, so make sure to read your eNews and check back! 

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