Kansas State University
117 Waters Hall 1603 Old Claflin Pl
College of Agriculture Academic Programs
Manhattan, KS 66506-4004
Dan Moser is Associate Dean of Academic Programs for the College of Agriculture at Kansas State University. Moser was raised on a small seed stock cattle operation in northeast Kansas. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Animal Sciences from Kansas State University and his M.S. and Ph.D. in beef cattle genetics from the University of Georgia.
Moser served as a faculty member for twenty years and taught courses in animal management, genetics and animal breeding, conducted applied research, advised undergraduate and graduate students, and coordinated university seed stock cattle herds at the University of Georgia, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and Kansas State University.
In 2014, Moser accepted an industry opportunity as the President of Angus Genetics Inc. (AGI) and Director of Performance Programs for the American Angus Association, headquartered in St. Joseph, Missouri. In that role, he oversaw genetic evaluation programs, genomic testing services, research initiatives, business activities, and member education efforts for AGI and the Angus association.
As Associate Dean at Kansas State, he provides administrative leadership and support for academic programs at one of the leading colleges of agriculture in the U.S.
Ph.D. in Animal Breeding and Genetics, University of Georgia, 1997
M.S. in Animal Breeding and Genetics, University of Georgia, 1994
B.S. in Animal Sciences and Industry, Kansas State University, 1991