- Undergraduate Education
- Bachelor of Science – Animal and Veterinary Sciences, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY
- Bachelor of Science – Agricultural Education, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY
- Graduate Education
- Master of Science – Agricultural Education, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO Concentration: Curriculum and Instruction
- Doctor of Philosophy – Agricultural Leadership, Education, and Communications, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX Concentration: Evaluation and Research Methods / Agricultural Communications
- Courses Taught
- AGCJ 366: Radio Broadcasting
- AGCJ 411: Audience and Communication Research Methods
- AGCJ 466: Advanced Radio Broadcasting
- AGCJ 481: Seminar
- ALEC 695: Frontiers in Research
- Social and behavioral science research design, methods, and analyses (univariate and multivariate)
- Modeling of cognitive, affective, environmental, and behavioral elements
- Psychometric development and integration of psychometrics with biometrics
- Strategic communications
- Digital multimedia production (audio and video)
- Media consumption
Homeyer, M., Leggette, H. R., McKim, B. R., Walker, J. G (2017). Visualizing Connection: Using Photovoice to Understand a System of Students’ Study Away Experience. NACTA Journal, 61(2), 113-120.
Yopp, A. M., McKim, B. R., Moore, L. L., Odom, S. F., & Hanagriff, R. (2017). A Multidimensional Needs Assessment of Social Emotional Learning Skill Areas. Journal of Agricultural Education, 58(1), 186-206. doi: 10.5032/jae.2017.01186
Lawver, R. G., McKim, B. R., Smith, A. R., Aschenbrener, M. S., Enns, K. (2016). Developing Metrics for Effective Teaching in Agricultural Education. Career and Technical Education Research.
Hill, J. S., Mobly, M., & McKim, B. R. (2016). Reaching Millennials: Implications for Advertisers of Competitive Sporting Events that Use Animals. Journal of Applied Communications.
Leggette, H. R., McKim, B. R., Homeyer, M., & Rutherford, T. (2015). Perspectives of writing related to critical thinking and knowledge creation. NACTA Journal, 59(4), 275-284.