Office: Agriculture and Natural Sciences Building, Room 213L
Lust joined the Department of Agricultural Sciences in 1992 as an instructor and coach of the livestock judging team. He completed an agricultural education degree at Texas Tech University (B.S. '85). He studied animal science at Michigan State University (M.S. '89). He completed the program in systems agriculture at WTAMU in 2008 (Ph.D.). Lust taught animal science and coached the livestock judging team at the University of Goergia prior to joining the faculty at WTAMU. He completed the program in systems agriculture at WTAMU in 2008.
Lust collaborates with other animal science and plant science faculty on research projects at the WTAMU Nance Ranch. His research interests focus on development of efficient and alternative livestock and forage production systems. He also has interest in teaching and student development.
Lust lives in Amarillo with his wife, Angela. They enjoy travel, particularly international travel. He enjoys outdoor photography and tennis and remains involved with his family's Angus cattle and farming interests.