Progress of the College of Agriculture in historic photos.
MU College of Agriculture in photos,1871-2001
Nick Watanabe’s personal sport isn’t baseball or football
Nick Watanabe’s hobby is not baseball, football or even soccer, but a sport with origins in feudal Japan.
Entomology was MU's early global research leader
Mizzou quickly shot to national and international prominence with the study of insects
Rikoon named Academic Leadership Development Program fellow
Sandy Rikoon, a Curators Distinguished Professor of rural sociology in the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources, is one of four Mizzou faculty members selected as 2013-2014 Southeastern Conference (SEC) Academic Leadership Development Program fellows.
Smart devices make Animal Sciences classes smarter
Increased class sizes and education costs, and a digitally fluent student body, have helped open doors for education-focused technology. Animal Sciences is among the first at Mizzou to embrace this trend.
Michelin-starred chef featured at Hospitality Management gala
Fabio Ugoletti, who at only 36 years old was one of the youngest Italian chefs to earn a Michelin star, will be the featured guest chef at the Oct. 25 Mizzou Hospitality Management Gala.