Craig Huffines Named CSU Director of Equine Sciences and Elite Bovine Equine Genectics
Huffhines, who starts his new role Aug. 15, will lead the Equine Sciences program in the Department of Animal Sciences and serve as the Wagonhound Land and Livestock Endowed Chair in Equine Sciences.
“We are excited to welcome Craig back to CSU to serve in this newly expanded role,” said James Pritchett, dean of the College of Agricultural Sciences and director of the Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station. “Craig is an accomplished executive who brings with him an entrepreneurial spirit and industry awareness that will help advance CSU’s equine and seedstock research and position us as a leader and trusted partner for industry.”
Huffhines replaces former director Jerry Black, who retired in 2020 after 10 years at the helm of CSU’s Equine Sciences program.
Source: Colorado State University