Tiffany Bennett, Animal Science and Management major, graduated In Spring 2014. She is currently working as a US Customs and Border Protection Agriculture Specialist K-9 at San Francisco International Airport.
What is your current profession?
US Customs and Border Protection Agriculture Specialist K-9 ~ I utilize a working dog to detect the presence of fresh fruits, vegetables, meat products and other items of agriculture interest on international flights arriving at San Francisco International Airport.
What do you remember most about UCD Animal Science?
There were so many awesome things about UCD Animal Science but my favorites were the Fall and Spring BBQs, that first lecture with Dr. Famula in ANS1, helping with FFA Ag Field day, the Animal Nutrition field trip to Sac Zoo, living at the Hog Barn, interning at the Horse barn and going to Bishop Mule Days.
If you were just starting at UCD now, what would you tell yourself?
Try everything. You may surprise yourself at what you like and find interests you may not have considered otherwise.
Anything else you would like to share?
The experiences you have now will help shape who you are and the connections you make will stay with you long after your college experience. Enjoy it!