New stadium's debut proves to be a showstopper.
CSU's College of Agricultural Sciences will host a summit Sept. 6-7 to discuss how innovation in the industry can lead to a global impact in the way that populations farm, feed, eat and grow crops.
This year, under the guidance of the Legends of Ranching Program Director Dr. David J. Denniston, 31 horse training students, six sales preparation students, eight student teaching assistants, and numerous student volunteers put together a record-breaking sale.
Professor Nair's research utilizes proteomic tools to elucidate the biochemical and molecular basis of fresh meat quality. His other research interest include postmortem meat biochemistry, role of mitochondria in meat quality, myoglobin and lipid oxidation. In his current role, he will be continuing his research in meat quality and will be developing new courses in the area of meat science.
Professor Edwards-Callaway focuses on livestock behavior and welfare. She will develop and teach new course offerings in the area of food animal behavior and welfare, conducting research and advising the Animal Welfare Judging Team. Before joining CSU, she served as an assistant professor at Kansas State University and director of animal welfare at JBS.
For the first time in its history, Ag Day will be celebrated on the CSU campus, within walking distance of the new on-campus stadium.
Moving 1,000 varieties of perennial plants to the UCA was a massive undertaking – but worth it.
Professor Bayham's research interests lie at the intersection of public policy, human health, and the natural environment. He studies a wide range of topics including: the valuation of natural capital, the economics of wildfire management, the impact of human behavior on infectious disease transmission.