Author: Maggie Resor

I am a freshman science and agricultural journalism major at MU. I am from Chillicothe, Missouri, a small town about an hour and a half north of Kansas City. Chillicothe is also known for being the “Home of Sliced Bread.” During the summer between my freshman and sophomore year of high school, I attended Joseph Baldwin Academy, a summer academic camp. While at Joseph Baldwin Academy I took a class about journalism. This is where my interest in journalism began. I love telling other people’s stories. I chose to major in science and agricultural journalism, because I can communicate the importance of agriculture in our everyday lives.

New faces in CAFNR academic programs office

New faces fill the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (CAFNR) academic programs office, as the staffing of three important roles changed over the summer months. Bryan Garton, associate dean and director of CAFNR Academic Programs, said hiring three…

MU biochemistry department celebrates milestones

The department of biochemistry at the University of Missouri had a lot to celebrate this year — the 40th anniversary of the department and the 100th birthday of one of its most beloved professors, Boyd O’Dell. These milestones and more…