Instructor of Animal Science, The Pennsylvania State University.
Williamson is originally from Cedarville, OH, where he was brought up on a diversified farming operation raising Simmental cattle, in addition to grain and commercial hogs. After graduating high school, Williamson went on to receive his Bachelors of Animal Science from Morehead State University in 2009, and then enrolled in the graduate program at the University of Arkansas.
While in grad school, Williamson spent his first year concentrating on research and serving as a technician for the USDA – Agricultural Research Service in Booneville, AR, before moving to campus to complete his course work. Upon graduating with his Master’s, emphasizing in beef cattle reproductive physiology, he had the opportunity to return to Morehead State as an instructor, teaching introductory and production courses. In addition to these responsibilities, Mr. Williamson also assisted in managing the university’s livestock enterprises including their registered Angus cattle and offered a service to the region as a certified ultrasound technician.
Williamson’s current responsibilities at Penn State position him in a role of teaching and extension. His primary responsibilities include teaching production courses, coaching the Livestock Judging Team, and providing education and service to stakeholders through events and programs such as chairing the technical committee for the Pennsylvania Bull Test.