Missouri State University Darr College of Agriculture alumna, Tayler McLane, from Broseley, Missouri, became the first woman to receive the Precision Impact Award at the 2016 Agricultural Retailers Association (ARA) meeting in Orlando, Florida, after being nominated by the Missouri
The Darr School of Agriculture was generously gifted a natural forest on the north side of Springfield in December 2013, known as The Woodlands; however, few realize the rich historical relevance the area holds. Known now for its hands-on teaching
Dr. Chin-Feng Hwang attended and presented at the annual Project Director meeting for the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)-National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA)-Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI) Plant Biology and Plant Breeding programs May 14-15 at USDA-NIFA Headquarters in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Arbindra Rimal, Missouri State University professor of agriculture, received a half-million dollar grant through the USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture. The grant focuses on education about food security and is a joint project with five universities in
Dr. Anson Elliott, head of the William H. Darr School of Agriculture, received high honors during the 44th Missouri Governor’s Conference on Agriculture, hosted by Gov. Jay Nixon and the Missouri Department of Agriculture. During the awards banquet, Gov. Nixon and Missouri’s Director of Agriculture Richard Fordyce recognized Elliott with Missouri’s Agricultural Educator of the Year award in front of hundreds of Missouri producers and agribusiness leaders.
Webb and Sudbrock recently received a $277,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture for their project “Linking to Focus on Agriculture Sustainability and Food Security.”
Dr. Arbindra Rimal, professor of agriculture at Missouri State University, received a grant in the amount of $569,890 through the USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture for the project “Food Security Through Linking Resources to Enhance Undergraduate Education: Strategic Partnership Among Five Universities in Missouri.”
Welcome back students! It feels like it’s been a short summer, but we’re glad to have so many returning students and so many new faces! Enrollment for the entire University is up, but it looks like the Darr School of Agriculture
Dr. Arbindra Rimal, professor of agriculture, received a grant of $10,928 from the United States Department of Agriculture for his Non-Land Grant Colleges of Agriculture (NLGCA) Capacity Building Planning research project.