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Robert Strib Cohen, American animal science educator, swine nutritionist, consultant, computer programmer, educator. Registered professional animal scientist. Recipient Distinguished Service award, Vocational Agricultural Teachers Association Texas, 1978; National 4-H Club Congress scholar, 1961.


Cohen, Robert Strib was born on September 13, 1943 in Austin, Texas, United States. Son of Robert Quincy and Opal (Stribling) Cohen.


Bachelor of Science, Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University, 1965. Master of Science, Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University, 1972. Doctor of Philosophy, Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University, 1975.


Junior assistant extension agent Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University System, Texas Agricultural Extension Service, Georgetown, 1965—1966. Assistant county agricultural agent Eastland, 1966—1969. Graduate assistant department animal science Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University, 1970—1974, assistant professor continuing education departments animal science and agricultural education, 1974—1978.

Extension swine specialist Texas Agricultural Extension Service, Lubbock, 1979—1984, computer specialist Bryan, 1984—1989, College Station, since 1989. With United States Air Force, 1965-1971.


Member of Texas Pork Producers Association, Houston Area League of Personal Computer Users, Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, Lubbock Chamber of Commerce (chairman livestock industry committee 1983, chairman agricultural ambassadors 1984), Brazos County Farm Bureau Federation, Texas Farm Bureau Federation, American Farm Bureau Federation, Texas Agricultural Extension Service Specialists Association (chapter director 1981-1982, parliamentarian 1984, secretary 1985, president 1987), American Society Animal Science, National Pork Producers Association (associate), 4-H Club (10 year award 1963), Masons Lodge.


Married Jane Elizabeth Watkins, December 2, 1967.