Anna Ball wants everyone to get excited about all of your hard work. Ball, associate professor and department chair of agricultural education and leadership, and others in the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources, work with researchers across the university to add unique, custom educational components to grants and projects. The goal of their […]
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Anna Ball heads CAFNR's Center for the Collaboration and Development of Educational Innovations
Rural sociology grad student receives Community Development Program Award
Mark Porth, M.S. Rural Sociology ’13 and University of Missouri Extension regional community arts specialist, received the 2013 Community Development Program Outstanding Student Award. The award is presented to a Community Development Society student in recognition of his or her contribution to the community development field through a paper, article, field project, internship or other applied research.
Tax reductions don't always produce economic gains
Discussions of income tax cuts rarely include a focus on the consequences of reduced revenue for state programs and services.
Hunger Atlas shows food insecurity continues to worsen
The number of people in Missouri who worry about having sufficient food, or who experience outright hunger, is moving in the wrong direction.
MU chancellor began MU career at CAFNR
Brady Deaton, the son of a Kentucky farmer who glimpsed the outside world through 4-H, announced that he will retire from the position of MU chancellor, effective Nov. 15, 2013.
ACT club receives $1,500 from national competition
The MU chapter of Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow (ACT) was awarded second place in the Yamaha-ACT Scholarship contest for their development of a public service campaign about ATV safety. The chapter received an award of $1,500.