Karin D. Bump

  • Professor, Equine Studies
  • Market Research
  • Business Policy and Strategy
  • Horses, Humans, Politics, and Pressure
  • Politics and Lobbying in the Equine Industry
  • Equine Selection, Improvement, Judging
  • Equine Behavior
  • Equine Reproductive Management
  • Breeding Lab Management and Design
  • Breeding and Foaling Management
Karin D. Bump, Cazenovia College Professor, Equine Studies
Business & Management
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7 Nickerson St.
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Dr. Karin Bump is a Full Professor within the Management Division at Cazenovia College, where for over two decades she has been teaching a fulltime complement of equine and business courses including the required Senior Capstone Experience which involves market research in a variety of areas of equine business policy and strategy. Dr. Bump is academic advisor to countless students and has served in leadership roles on numerous Faculty Committees including Co--Chair of the Cazenovia College Strategic Planning process and Chair of the Cazenovia College Faculty. In 2011 she was honored with the Cazenovia College Distinguished Faculty Achievement Award.
  • BS in Companion Animal Biology
  • MS in Equine Exercise Physiology and Nutrition, U. of Illinois
  • PhD University at Albany
  • Founder/Director of the National Association of Equine Affiliated Academics
  • Board of Directors for the Equine Science Society
  • Chair of the Equine Committee for the New York Farm Bureau
  • Member of the Equine Committee for the American Farm Bureau Federation
  • Member of the New York State Equine Industry Leaders Coalition
  • Recent publications/presentations include:
  • Report from the New York State Task Force on Retired Racehorses. Saratoga Institute on Racing and Wagering, Saratoga NY Bump, K.D. 2012
  • Ethical considerations in race horse ownership. Saratoga Institute on Racing and Wagering, Saratoga NY Bump, K.D., Buckhout, C. 2012.
  • Facing (or embracing!) the realities of life after college through a required equine management senior seminar. National Association of Equine Affiliated Academics, Bozeman MT Bump, K.D., Williams, T.S., Livermore, J. 2012.
  • Understanding our student population: Where did they come from and where do they think they are going? NAEAA, Bozeman MT
  • Founder and Director of The National Association of Equine Affiliated Academic Programs
  • Equine Science Society
  • American Horse Council
  • New York Farm Bureau
  • American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists
  • Submission reviewer for Journal of Equine Veterinary Science
  • Comparative Exercise Physilogy; USEF, ASPCA, Animal Ag Alliance, Equus Foundation