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AECL faculty, students earn awards from the Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education
AECL faculty, students earn awards from the Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education
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Ag education students awarded $10,000 in scholarships
Ten Oklahoma State University students have been selected as recipients of $1,000 scholarships from Agricultural Education Scholarship, Inc. for the fall 2014 semester. Each year, OSU Agricultural Education Scholarship, Inc., a private scholarship board representing 65 scholarship trusts, awards approximately $25,000 annually to agricultural education students at Oklahoma State University.
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Baker joins AECL as assistant professor
Join us in welcoming assistant professor Marshall Baker to the Oklahoma State University Department of Agricultural Education, Communications and Leadership.
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Ag Comm students earn national honors
Agricultural communications students from Oklahoma State University recently took home several awards from the National Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow Critique and Contest. The awards were presented in Indianapolis at the 16th annual Agricultural Media Summit, which is the largest gathering of crop and livestock media professionals in the United States.
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AECL faculty, students participate in Association of Leadership Educators conference
Students and faculty from the Department of Agricultural Education, Communications and Leadership participated in the 2014 Association of Leadership Educators conference in San Antonio, Texas earlier this month. Faculty attendees included Bill Weeks and Penny Weeks, and student attendees included Meagan Scott and Ashley Whiddon.
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AECL faculty, students earn awards from American Association for Agricultural Education
The national meeting of the American Association for Agricultural Education (AAAE) was held at Snow Bird, Utah in May. OSU attendees included: Craig Edwards, Jon Ramsey, Shane Robinson, Marshall Baker, Nick Brown, Carmelita Goossen, Richie Roberts, Ashley Whiddon, Amanda Kacal and Jerrod Lundry.
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AECL faculty, students attend national conference of the Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education
Graduate students and faculty members presented four posters and six research presentations at the national conference Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education (AIAEE) conference in Miami, FL. The following faculty and students attended: M. Craig Edwards, Shida Henneberry, Adam Cobb, Assoumane Maiga, Fred Matofari, Stephen Mukembo, Joshua Ringer, Richie Roberts.
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Edwards delivers professional development at African University
Dr. Craig Edwards traveled to Mali, Africa earlier this month and presented professional development to agriculture faculty members of the University of Segou.
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AECL faculty embrace ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
AECL faculty have embraced the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. You can, too! OSU President Burns Hargis and Coach Mike Gundy have challenged the entire Oklahoma State University student body to support ALS, as well. The student challenge will take place at 4 p.m. August 21, 2014 (Thursday) on Library Lawn. All students are encouraged to join Stan Clark and Pistol Pete for what could be the largest group ALS challenge to date.
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Lee Stewart selected for scholarship from National Association of Agricultural Educators
LEXINGTON, Ky. (August 15, 2014) Lee Stewart, an agricultural education major at Oklahoma State University, has been selected for the Upper Division Agricultural Education Scholarship from the National Association of Agricultural Educators. The $750 scholarship is awarded to upper level agricultural education majors to help offset expenses during their student teaching experience. Fifteen students from across the United States were selected based on their academic performance as well as on leadership and service activities.
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