Each year, the American Association for Agricultural Education honors a distinguished faculty member by naming them the "mystery speaker" at the annual convention. This year, CAFNR Associate Dean Bryan Garton was named as the mystery speaker. The convention was held May 15-18 in Charleston, South Carolina.
Dean's Roaming Office Hours May 15
CAFNR Vice Chancellor and Dean Christopher Daubert holds Roaming Office Hours on Tuesday, May 15, in the Anheuser-Busch Natural Resources Building. The next Roaming Office Hours will be Tuesday, June 19, 3-4 p.m. in the Animal Sciences Research Center lobby.
David Patterson, professor of animal sciences, was the special guest speaker at the college's Monticello Society Brunch April 28. His research in beef reproduction and genomics laid the ground work for the Missouri Show-Me Select Replacement Heifer Program. His presentation highlighted the program’s success and economic impact on Missouri’s economy, which has exceeded $150 million over the last 20 years. Through the Monticello Society, the College shows its gratitude to major benefactors, whose commitment to secure the future of the College and affirm the importance of American agriculture in today’s global economy set the standard for all our donors.
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