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Add to Your Toolbox

SNR commencement speaker advises to keep learning

Keep adding to your toolbox of skills and life experiences to be happy and successful in life, said William Ruppert, December commencement speaker at the University of Missouri School of Natural Resources.

Brandon Thiel named CAFNR’s Outstanding Senior

Brandon Thiel, recent plant sciences graduate, Marshall, Mo., was named CAFNR’s Outstanding Senior for 2011-2012. During his time at the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources, Thiel served on the CAFNR Steering Week Committee, CAFNR Student Council, MU Homecoming Committee, Omicron Delta Kappa honor society, Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity, and others; all with an executive or officer role. He…

Spring Commencement

CAFNR and SNR will graduate 454 on May 12

After four or more years of hard work, 454 graduates from the MU School of Natural Resources and College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources will receive their degrees and begin their careers.

More Than a Century of Tradition and Graduates

CAFNR launches 400+ new alumni into the world

Following a tradition started in 1874 with the first graduating class of the University of Missouri College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts, the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources celebrated its 137th graduation ceremony this May.

More than a century of tradition and graduates

MU's College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources launches new alumni into the world

Following a tradition started in 1874 with the first graduating class of the University of Missouri College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts, the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources celebrated its 135th graduation ceremony this May.

A Good Career Market for CAFNR Graduates

“Placement this year in agriculture continues to be very strong,” said Stephanie Chipman, career services director at CAFNR. “Last year, our placement rate, 94 percent, was second only to nursing among all schools and colleges at Mizzou,” she said. “This year, early indications are that placement will be at least that good if not better. An unofficial poll of graduating seniors in early March indicated that better than half already had full-time positions lined up.”