Do you know the Portuguese word for surprised? Fabio Chaddad, assistant professor in Agricultural and Applied Economics who was born in Brazil, does. And he was very surpreendido one recent warm morning when a group of CAFNR administrators and faculty burst into his classroom to present a Golden Apple Award.
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Focusing students with the Dice of Dread
The Golden Apple Award was good news to Chris Boessen, who received it in late February. What came with it was bad news for his students.
Bryon Wiegand earns the CAFNR Golden Apple Teaching Award
Bryon Wiegand, associate professor of animal science, had his class interrupted for a surprise presentation of a CAFNR Golden Apple Award. The award recognizes faculty in the College who excel and go "above and beyond" in teaching and/or advising.
Award recipient Linda Sowers experience includes golf and chemical sales
The road to a teaching position at a research university seldom strays from a traditional route of degrees and years of experience in the classroom. Linda Sowers, an instructor of agricultural journalism, agriculture and applied economics at the MU College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources, took a very different course to the classroom that […]
A Golden Apple Award goes to Marci Crosby
Horses love apples. Equine teachers like them, too, especially when they are golden. Marci Crosby, equine instructor at the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources, University of Missouri, was presented a Golden Apple Award this October for her contributions to students both in and out of class. "Marci not only teaches, but also manages […]
David Vaught is presented a new, but earth-bound trophy
Vaught, chair and director of graduate studies for the University of Missouri School of Natural Resources' Parks, Recreation and Tourism department, was recognized in early March.