Vice Chancellor and Dean Christopher Daubert and Matt Arri, Director of CAFNR Career Services, help judge the best student clubs that came out to the live taping of the U.S. Farm Report with Tyne Morgan on Oct. 15.
In a friendly competition between CAFNR orgs at the U.S. Farm Report taping on Oct. 15, Mizzou NAMA won the sign challenge with their unique yarn design. CAFNR also gave $1,500, divided among the five student orgs that showed impressive Tiger spirit.
CAFNR Student Council President Elizabeth Gunter and Senior Associate Dean Bryan Garton attended the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis on Oct. 29, sharing information about the CAFNR Experience with FFA members from across the country.
The Mizzeum is temporarily closed, transitioning to Ellis Library. In the meantime, some of its works were on display across campus. The Agriculture Building was home to one of the art displays on the night of Nov. 4
Andrew Thomas, research assistant prof in Plant Science & Technology, received a $5+ million grant for elderberry research. Elderberry production in Missouri has started to boom, becoming the number one berry crop in the state.
On Nov. 9, CAFNR announced the creation of a new position with the Woodland Steward program. Here, associate dean for Ag & Environment Extension, Rob Kallenbach, addresses the crowd about the reforestation efforts.
Personal Financial Planning alumni met in St. Louis with fellow alums, Joe Parcell, director of the Division of Applied Social Sciences, and Jung Ha-Brookshire, program chair for personal financial planning.