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Jan Dauve Earns 2008 MU Outstanding Adviser Award

Jan Dauve, director of undergraduate studies and adviser chair in the agricultural economics department, was presented the 2008 University of Missouri Outstanding Adviser Award.

Celebration of Excellence 2008

Frederick B. Mumford Awards 2007 Distinguished Service Award: Lowell Miller 2007 Outstanding Staff Award: Donna Vaught 2007 Outstanding Faculty Award: Robert Sharp Outstanding Teaching and Advising Awards 2008 Outstanding Teacher: Brad Fresenburg 2008 Outstanding Undergraduate Adviser: Anthony Lupo 2008 Outstanding Graduate Adviser: Azlin Mustapha 2008 Outstanding Teacher: Patrick Market Distinguished Research Award 2008 Outstanding Researcher: Jerry Taylor J.W. Burch State…

A Budding Campus Competition

Competitive Flower Arranging is a Way for Students to Test Their Skills, Have Fun

For the second year, students in Mary Ann Gowdy’s floral design class at the MU College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources have ended their eight-week course by numbering-off into four-person teams to create the most attractive arrangement based on flowers, vases and accruements provided by Gowdy. Their final product goes on display on front of the Dean’s office in the Agriculture Building where faculty, staff, students and passers-by can vote on their favorite arrangement.

In Recognition of Leadership

The Ohio State University Recognizes Associate Dean Paul Vaughn

Paul R. Vaughn, associate dean for the University of Missouri College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources, was presented the 2008 Distinguished Alumni Award from The Ohio State University. Vaughn, who earned his Ph.D. in Agricultural Education there in 1976, was recognized for his leadership in academic programs at MU and his contribution in several national educational organizations, from the…

Making a Difference and the News

Efforts to Rebuild a Damaged Reef Gains Attention of National TV

It’s hard enough for a scuba diving newcomer to plant coral seedlings in a seabed on the other side of the world. It is harder still when a NBC TV news camera follows your every move. During Winter Break, 15 MU College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources students spent three weeks studying conservation and biodiversity in Thailand.

A Small Piece of a Big Prize

MU Atmospheric Researcher Is One of Many Recipients of the 2007 Nobel Prize for Peace

Lupo, an associate professor of atmospheric science in the University of Missouri College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resource’s Department of Soil, Environmental, and Atmospheric Sciences, is a contributing author and expert reviewer for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) that shared the prize this summer with former vice president Al Gore, Jr.

A Recognition of “Intellectual Heft”

CAFNR Ranks High in Scholarly Productivity, Says National Higher Education Newspaper

The Chronicle of Higher Education’s third annual survey of scholarly productivity names University of Missouri College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (CAFNR) faculty as being among the best in the nation. CAFNR Animal Science faculty ranked fifth most productive among its peer institutions. MU agriculture faculty overall ranked seventh.

CAFNR alumnus Devisch named baron

Noel R. Devisch was recently honored for his service to European farmers and rural residents. He was granted the title of baron by Belgian royal decree on April 21, 2007. Devisch is a proud MU alumnus who stays in touch with his former professors and colleagues and has returned to MU to interact with students and faculty and share his…