Author: Sean McNealy

I’m Sean McNealy, a sophomore at MU from Rockford, Ill., and I am new to the science and agricultural journalism program. I came into Mizzou as a fisheries and wildlife sciences major, but decided during my sophomore year to also pursue a degree in science and agricultural journalism. Proximity to both large metropolises, such as Chicago and Milwaukee, and unique state parks, really fostered my love for the city and for the outdoors. This led to my desire to pursue a degree I could apply to both rural and urban settings. I found science and agricultural journalism and thought it would be a great way spread the message of conservation, something that is very important to me. I currently don’t have a set career or profession I would like to go into, but as long as I’m happy doing what I love, I’m open to anything.

Mizzou students focus on service during school breaks

Instead of the typical wild week in Panama City, 636 MU students spent their 2014 spring break a bit differently this year by going on one of 52 Mizzou Alternative Break trips. Mizzou Alternative Breaks, formerly known as Alternative Spring…

Spring migrations make Missouri a paradise for birders

With spring approaching, birders in and around Columbia can expect to see many bird species flocking into the area. Birds will be migrating from their southerly wintering grounds as the winter weather begins to leave the mid-Missouri region. In the…

Restaurant exec serves up advice for CAFNR students as Prof for a Day

Darren Gray, director of culinary innovation at Fazoli’s Restaurant Management, LLC, arrived right in between two winter storms to spend some time with students in the MU College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Feb. 3. Gray was hosted by…