Keegan O'Toole, personal financial planning major, claimed a national title at 165 pounds during the NCAA Wrestling Championships in Detroit in mid-March. O'Toole is the first Tiger to bring home the 165-pound title!
Rocky Elam, agriculture major, earns All-American honors with a 4th place finish at the NCAA Wrestling Championships. Elam's podium finish makes Missouri's 10th consecutive season with multiple All-American wrestlers.
Tiger Garden hosted their annual Cool Season Plant Sale March 24-25. All plants are grown by students in the Greenhouse Crop Production course.
Claire Shipp was surprised with her award of the 2022 Mark Twain Fellowship on March 28. The $50,000 fellowship will assist her as she pursues a degree at the University of Oxford School of Geography and the Environment.
CAFNR students were able to study abroad over Spring Break. They spent a week traveling through Rome, Bologna and Florence to appreciate Italy’s cultural heritage and the role it plays in developing sustainable food systems.
The evening of April 5 was all about celebrating our donors and the CAFNR students they support at the Scholarship Dinner.
The Agricultural Systems Technology Club started checking in mowers for the annual tune-up clinic. Mowers are serviced on April 9, and the club is always eager for more to work on.
Mizzou Meat Market conducted a beef tenderness consumer panel April 5-7 in Eckles Cafe.