In late June, several of our faculty members and graduate students attended the 2019 North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture (NACTA) conference held in Twin Falls, Idaho.
Faculty and graduate students presenting research include:
Oral Presentation: Using iPads to Enhance Education Abroad Learning, Kelly Newlon and Kelly George
Poster Presentation: Second-Year Engagement: A Theoretical Examination of First-Generation College of Agriculture Students, AaronGiorgi and Susie Whittington
Faculty and staff receiving awards include:
NACTA Teaching Scholar Award: Dr. Emily Buck
NACTA Educator Award: Dr. Caryn Filson and Dr. Annie Specht
NACTA Graduate Student Award: Aaron Giorgi, Fally Masambuka, and Lauren Stohlmann
Join us in congratulating these faculty and graduate students who do an outstanding job teaching our students!
The 2019 Spring Semester Dean’s List for the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences has been announced and 92 undergraduate students from the Department of Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership are included.
Congratulations to the following students on earning at 3.5 GPA or higher during Spring Semester.
Congratulations to Sydney Snider, a recent agricultural communication graduate, on her new position as director of education and outreach with GrainBridge in Omaha, Nebraska.
In her new role, she will oversee the delivery and implementation of risk-management curriculum developed for agricultural educators using GrainBridge technology. She will also oversee key parthersihops with sponsors and state FFA associations.
Congratulations Sydney! We look forward to watching you succeed in your new career!
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