Dyment defends master’s thesis

Congratulations to Madison Dyment on the successful defense of her master’s thesis, “Attitudes Toward Agricultural Communications Program Development at the University of Guelph: A Student and Industry Perspective.”
Dr. Annie Specht, an associate professor of agricultural communication served as Dement’s advisor and Dr. Emily Buck, a professor of agricultural communication, served as a committee member.
Dyment will graduate in May with a master of science in agricultural communication, education, and leadership. She holds a bachelor of science in community and leadership development and a Bachelor of Arts in journalism from the University of Kentucky.
Congratulations Maddie!
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