Sydney Stundebeck

Hometown: Salisbury, Missouri

Major and year: Agribusiness Management

Activities, Clubs and Orgs: CAFNR Ambassadors, CAFNR Student Council At-Large Representative, National Agri-Marketing Association Secretary, Sigma Alpha – Alpha Chi Member, Collegiate Farm Bureau Member, University of Missouri Honors College

Personal Pronouns: she/her

Why did you want to become a CAFNR Ambassador? I became a CAFNR Ambassador because I want to share my passion for Mizzou with potential students. I want to play a role in serving CAFNR, while connecting with and recruiting incoming students to Mizzou. As a CAFNR Ambassador, I am able to share my CAFNR experience and help students through their decision process.

What has been your favorite part of your degree program so far? My favorite part of my degree program is the other students who are in the program. Whether they’re my close friends or acquaintances I see often, I know that they are people who I share common interests with and can always count on.

Best study spot? Ellis Library

Best place for a snack or coffee? Starbucks or Dunkin

Dream career? CEO of an agricultural company

What do you love about CAFNR? I love that CAFNR makes a huge campus feel smaller. As I walk around campus, I almost always see friends and familiar faces to say “hi” to as we pass by each other. Beyond that, there are always faculty and staff available and willing to help you be successful in CAFNR at Mizzou.

What advice do you have for incoming students? I would tell incoming students to take advantage of every opportunity that interests them at Mizzou and in CAFNR. Being involved will help you transition into college life at Mizzou, while make lasting friendships and memories. Academics are important but being involved can make your experience truly meaningful.