Wendy, a national expert on evaluating air quality for livestock, uses a multispecies approach in her research to address environmental issues that affect animal agriculture. She works closely with other MSU researchers to evaluate the impact of air and water quality on human health.
Powers received her bachelor’s degree in animal science from Cornell University in 1989 and both her master’s degree in dairy science and her doctorate in animal science from the University of Florida, in 1993 and 1997, respectively.
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