Scientists from the University of Zagreb-Croatia visited Truman this summer as part of their tour of the U.S. to gain knowledge of the American agriculture system. Glenn Wehner, professor of animal science, (far left) and Mark Campbell, professor of agriculture, (far right), provided on-campus instruction on several aspects of agriculture research.
Jose Herrera, Prof. of Biology and Chair of the Department of Biology, has had a paper accepted for publication in the journal Microbial Ecology. The title of the article is, ‘Molecular characterization of coprophilous fungal communities reveals sequences related to root-associated fungal endophytes’. The article was co-authored by Ravin Poudel (JR, BIOL) and Hana Khidir […]
Abdo Alghamdi, Asst. Prof. in AGSC has had a publication accepted in the journal Animal Reproduction Science. The tiel of the article is, ‘Comparative studies on bull and stallion seminal DNase activity and interaction with semen extender and spermatozoa’. Abdo is the first author on the article.
The agriculture industry is not your typical business environment when it comes to finding jobs. Most farms tend to find help via word-of-mouth rather than posting a job description on the latest hot job website. Therefore making connections in the sector you wish to be a part of is something that should be started as […]
I was a Biology major at Truman all four years. I went into undergrad knowing that I wanted to go to vet school. As such, I planned out my four years to take classes that would help me gain knowledge of the veterinary profession as well as get into vet school. The core classes I […]
The R. W. Torres Foundation for the Blind of Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, Sponsored a summer camp—July 17-25–for blind youth of the Caribbean: Camp Can Do. The program for the camp provided blind and low-vision youth with positive and motivating experiences to enhance personal growth and development through a series of workshops and activities. David Wohlers, professor […]
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