Dr. Tobin Redwine was recognized as the Faculty Veteran of the month by the Texas A&M Veterans’ Resource and Support Center. This award is given to faculty whose efforts are a significant positive impact on Aggie Student Veterans.
He is currently an Instructional Assistant Professor in the Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communications at Texas A&M University. He teaches photography, media writing, and other courses in agricultural communications and journalism. Dr. Redwine teaches and researches storytelling. Specifically, his line of inquiry examines how we identify information, how we make meaning of messages and creating audience-specific content, all in the hope that we can better understand how to tell the story of global agriculture and related sciences.
He and his wife Shanna, who is infinitely better looking and more intelligent than he, live in Montgomery, Texas, with their three sons.
List of accomplishments include:
- Association of Former Students Distinguished Achievement award for Teaching (college Level)
- College of Agriculture & Life Sciences Honor Professor Award
- Fellow, Association of International Agricultural and Extension Education
- President, National Agricultural Communications Symposium
- North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture Educator Award
- Dean’s Outstanding Achievement Award for Advising and Student Relations
Redwine is especially grateful for the service of our armed forces and first responders. He has supported students in his courses individually, and has also been an invited speaker to the Aggie First Gen Vets learning community.