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AMSA Committees and Task Forces

Much of the work of AMSA is done by volunteer members. There are a number of ongoing committees charged with developing annual meeting programs, overseeing symposia curriculum and working directly with the meat judging program. As the need arises, task forces are pulled together to address targeted concerns of the association.

A complete list of the association's current committees is posted here. If you are a member of AMSA, you can view your committee appointments through the My AMSA section of the home page (click here to get there directly).

Most committee appointments are made in the spring of each year. AMSA member are welcome to join committees that interest them at any time as space permits. To volunteer, send an email to information@meatscience.org and someone will be in touch to get you connected.

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