Highlighting Graduate Student Research

The Department wishes to highlight recent graduates and current graduate student research. Congratulations to all for your accomplishments!

Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education

  • Benson, C. N., & Strong Jr., R. (2021, April 12-15). Tackling gender inequality in university education: A content analysis of US and partner government priorities in developing Countries. [Oral presentation]. Association of International Agricultural and Extension Education, virtual conference.
  • Brogan, G., & Strong Jr., R. (2021, April 12-15). Attributes empowering women in the SubĀ­ Saharan agricultural industry: Utilizing a quantitative content analysis to assess the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. [Poster presentation]. Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education, virtual conference.
  • Busa, B. A., & Strong Jr., R. (2021, April 12-15). Implications of food insecurity, agricultural involvement and extension education on women’s reproductive health in developing countries. [Poster presentation]. Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education, virtual conference.
  • Casas, A., Elliot, J., & Vance. (2021, April 12-16). A United States/Africa collaborative international immersion [Poster Presentation]. Association of lnternational Agricultural and Extension Education, virtual conference.
  • Dado, M., & Elliot J. (2021, April 12-16). A model to support African youth [Oral presentation). Association of International Agricultural and Extension Education, virtual conference.
  • Elliot J., Kazi, N. M., McKnight, T., Redwine, T., Spence, J. R., & *Dado, M. (2021, April 12- 16). A model to improve trade opportunities by enhancing the transfer of technology and science [Poster presentation]. Association of lnternational Agricultural and Extension Education, virtual conference.
  • Flanagan, B., & Murphrey, T. P. (2021, April 12-15). Case of the underground forest: How a non-governmental organization change agent encouraged change that continues to change lives and the landscape [Poster Presentation]. Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education, virtual conference.
  • Hardy, T., & Strong Jr., R. (2021, April 12-15). The Concerns-based Adoption Model: Applications/or targeting/farmers’ concerns with the adoption of water use efficiency programs in the Mediterranean region [Oral Presentation]. Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education Conference, virtual conference.
  • Olsovsky, T. B., & Strong Jr., R. (2021, April 12-15). Beef cattle producers’ behavioral intention to adopt recommended stocking rates: Implications for water and land quality. [Oral Presentation]. Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education, virtual conference.
  • Wallace, M., Hanagriff, R., & Elliot, J. (2021, April 12-15). Needs assessment mode/for Guinea extension education. [Poster presentation]. Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education, virtual conference.

National Agricultural Communications Symposium

  • Parrella, J., Esquivel, C., *Bush, M., Murphrey, T. P., Leggette, H. R., & Stogsdill, E. (2021, February 2-3). Preparing agricultural leaders: Postsecondary agriculture students’ perceived importance and development of professional skills [Poster presentation]. National Agricultural Communications Symposium, virtual conference.
  • Parrella, J., Koswatta, T., Leggette, H. R., & *Bush, M. (2021, February 2-3). An opportunity or risk? Scientists’ use of social media as avenues for science communication [Poster presentation]. National Agricultural Communications Symposium, virtual conference.

Southern Region of the American Association for Agricultural Education

  • Olsovsky, T. B., Strong Jr., R. (2021, February 2-5). Beef cattle producers and water quantity: Investigating the role of knowledge on behavioral intention [Manuscript presentation]. Southern Region of the American Association for Agricultural Education, virtual conference.

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