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2016 NACTA Conference Website

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website PDF (will be added soon) 

2016 NACTA Conference Program

2016 NACTA Awards Booklet

2016 NACTA Abstracts


** Inactive presentations will become active as files are received


 

Blue Ribbon Speaker
Dr. Anne Marie VanDerZan, Iowa State University - Millennials and Me

Keynote Speaker
Kyle Datta, Ulupono Initiative - Systems, Complexity, and Adaptation: The Educator’s Challenge

Friday Workshops


Workshop 1:
USDA-Sponsored Workshop — Boosting Student Enrollment: Successful Recruitment Courses in Food and Agricultural Sciences
Facilitator: Maria Stewart, University of Hawai‘i at Manoa
Panelists: Dr. Thomas Famula, University of California, Davis

Workshop 2:
Teaching Indigenous Agriculture: Hawaiian Approaches to Integrate Traditional Crops and Cropping Systems in Today’s Training
Programs and Curricula
Facilitator: Tiare Silvasy, University of Hawai‘i at Manoa

Workshop 3:
Facilitator: Dana Minihan Ladner, Kansas Department of Agriculture

Workshop 4:
Assessment – Not a 4-Letter Word! Meaningful and Manageable Strategies for Assessing Student Learning Outcomes
Facilitator: Karen Cachevki Williams, University of Wyoming, Laramie

Workshop 5:
Advancing Your Scholarly Teaching into the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL)
Facilitators: Ann Marie VanDerZanden and Cindy Haynes, Iowa State University

Workshop 6:
Strategic Study Abroad Course Development and Assessment
Facilitator: Laura White, New Mexico State University

 

Poster and Oral Presentations by abstract number

 

Poster Presentations              Oral Presentations

001 004 008 009    002 003 010 012
011 014 015 023 013 016 017 018
026 030 034 036 020  021 022   024
037 038 039 040 025 027   028  029
044 046 048 049 031 033  035   041
050 052 053 054 042 043   045 047 
057 058 059 060 051 055   056 061 
065 069 072 074 064  066 067  068 
075 076 077 078 070 071  073  079 
080 081 083 086 082 084  085  087 
089 092 093 094 088  090  091  096 
095 098 100 101 097  099  105  116 
102 103 107 108 118 122  124  126 
109 110 111 112 135  135  143  148 
114 115 116 117 150 151  155  157 
119 120 121 123 158  161  165  166 
125 127 128 129  167 168  170  175 
130 131 133 134  176 178  181  183 
137  138 140  186 187  192  194 
141 142 144 145  195 197  198  200 
146 149 152 154 202  204  205  206 
156 159 160 162  208 212  214  216 
163 164 169 171 218  224  225  226 
172 173 174 177  227 230  232  234 
179 180 182 184 235  239  241  242 
185 188 189 190  251 252  257  258 
191 193 196 199  260  263 265  266 
201 203 209 210  272 281  283  286 
211 213 215 217  287 288  290  291 
221 222 223 228  292 294  298  299 
229 231 233 236  303 304  306  310 
237 238 240 243  311 312  320  322 
247 248 250 253  326 329  330  338 
255 256 259 262 343  345  346  355 
264 268 269 270  360 361   365  367
273 274 275 276  370 371  372  373 
277 278 282 284 375  381  382  383 
285 289 293 295  384 388  392  399 
296 297 300 301  403    
305 307 308 309         
313 314 316 318
320 321 323 325         
327 328 331 332
333 334 335 336         
337 339 340 341
342 344 347 348         
349 350 351 352
353 354 357 358         
359 363 364 366
368 369 374 376         
377 378 379 380
385 387 389 390         
393 394 395 396
397 400 402 404         
405 406 408 409
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