Clinton R. Krehbiel is the Dennis and Marta White Endowed Chair in Ruminant Nutrition and Health and the Assistant Department Head in Animal Science at Oklahoma State University. Dr. Krehbiel’s research interests include understanding relationships involving ruminal fermentation, gastrointestinal tract metabolism, and net nutrient flux to improve animal health, growth, feed efficiency and end-product quality of beef cattle. He also has interest in determining the impacts of growth technologies used in beef cattle production on sustainability. Dr. Krehbiel has authored or co-authored more than 450 refereed journal articles, book chapters, abstracts of papers presented at scientific meetings, research reports of the Agricultural Experiment Stations, and papers published in conference proceedings. He has also served as PI or co-PI on more than $3,500,000 in grant funding to support collaborative research. Clint has served on the Board of Directors for the American Society of Animal Science, and served as Associate Editor for the Journal of Animal Science. He has served as chairperson or president of OSU Faculty Council, Sigma Xi, Gamma Sigma Delta, and the Plains Nutrition Council. Dr. Krehbiel teaches graduate courses in Rumenology, Laboratory Techniques in Animal Nutrition, and co-teaches a Protein Nutrition course.