Dr. William Fritz
At Delaware Valley University, Dr. William Fritz teaches a variety of courses, including Introduction to Animal Science, Small Ruminant Science, Physiology of Lactation, Livestock Industries and Careers, and Practical Leadership in Agriculture. In addition to teaching, Dr. Fritz serves on the University’s Curriculum Committee.
Dr. Fritz developed his passion for animals and agriculture growing up on his family’s small farm in Southern New Jersey. The farm has been in operation since 1891. He earned his bachelor’s in biology from Stockton University and his Ph.D. in endocrinology and animal biosciences from Rutgers University. As part of his Ph.D. program, he studied behavioral neuroendocrinology in the domesticated goat.
At DelVal, Dr. Fritz is actively involved in student research projects focused on the behavior of small ruminants. He also advises student clubs and organizations including Block and Bridle, the A-Day Student Planning Committee, and NESA (Northeast Student Affiliate).
- Animal Science
- Ph.D., Endocrinology and Animal Biosciences, Rutgers University
- B.S., Biology, Stockton University