Erin MarotzResearch Manager Husbandry, Animal Science, UNL
Erin is responsible for daily operations, personnel management, and supervision of all dairy personnel. He coordinates research projects with faculty and staff and is responsible for herd health, reproduction,
Pictured: Regent McClurg; Chancellor Perlman; Erin Marotz; Animal Science Department Head, Larry Berger; wife, Nancy Marotz; Animal Science Professor, Jeff Keown; Vice Chancellor for the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Ronnie Greenand record maintenance. Erin’s professionalism, his personal management style with employees and colleagues, and his fiscal stewardship are hallmarks of his leadership. He exhibits communication skills, technical management abilities, and comprehensive attention to important details. His track record in achieving efficient innovative use of resources, enhancing and expanding those resources, and striving for optimum support of research, teaching, and extension at the Dairy Unit is extraordinary.
Erin has proven to be an outstanding resource in the research program. Erin was integral to the success of several extension and agricultural education programs held at the UNL Dairy Research Unit. Hours of planning and organizing are required for successful educational programs, and the dedication exhibited for these programs exemplifies Erin’s outstanding commitment and service to not only the University of Nebraska‐Lincoln, but also to Nebraska’s entire dairy industry.