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Water Scientists Virtually Connect with Pre-K to High School Students through Facebook Live

University of Florida agricultural education and communication graduate students connected students in pre-K through high school and their families with university water scientists in Facebook Live events held during the spring semester. Earlier this semester, Jamie Loizzo, assistant… Read More

Spring 2020 Graduation Feature: High School Mentor Leads Student to Pursue Agricultural Education Career

After enrolling in an agriculture course her freshman year of high school, Heather Yoder saw her teacher, Mrs. Everett, as a role model and the reason she majored in an agricultural education and communication at the University of… Read More

Agricultural Education and Communication Student to Serve as Agriculture Future of America Ambassador

By Megan Karlin, Agriculture Future of America Kansas City, MO – From Panama City, Florida, Kayla Bashore is motivated and determined to make a positive impact on the world. As a junior at University of Florida studying agricultural… Read More

CALS Graduating Student Profile: Marlena Moore

Marlena Moore always wanted to be a part of agriculture. With an affinity for numbers, majoring in food and resource economics was a perfect fit. Moore wanted to stay close to home for college, which she was able… Read More

Do you know a farmer … a scientist … a military member? Maybe not. But it matters, especially for inspiring youth to pursue STEM careers.

My work aims to improve public engagement with science. To me, that means I am trying to bring scientists together with stakeholders so that together, they can combine their expertises and concerns to address problems on which science… Read More

The joy and pain of online survey #research with Amazon Mechanical Turk …

So I just ran my second paid online survey through Amazon Mechanical Turk. Despite my internet searches of how to do this right and treat participants fairly (there is discussion about whether these are “workers” or research participants… Read More