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2018 NAEPSDP Conference Session Evaluations

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Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Concurrent Session 1 - 11:15 AM – 12:00 PM 

"Shifts in funding of public value for higher-education engagement: Extension administrator perspective"Jeremy Elliott-Engel, University of Arizona; Megan Seibel, Virginia Tech; Eric Kaufman, Virginia Tech; Rama Radhakrishna, Penn State; and Donna Westfall-Rudd, Virginia Tech

"Evaluating new agent program evaluation training and support needs: A three tiered-approach to identify regional priorities" - John Diaz, University of Florida, Anil Kumar-Chaudhary, Penn State, Jay Jayaratne, NC State University, and Amy Harder, University of Florida 

"Exploring Extension & our volunteer opportunities: Development of online tools" - Celeste Carmichael and Kimberly Fleming, Cornell Cooperative Extension

"Mindful utilization of social media for Extension programs" - Hannah Hyde, Texas A&M and Sarah Baughman, Virginia Tech

Concurrent Session 2 - 2:00 PM – 2:45 PM

"Using evaluation to clarify, unify and move forward: The journey of an Extension team" - Julie Huetteman, Purdue Extension and Jose Reyes, University of Southern California

"Breaking down barriers to reaching underserved audiences" - Joe Hunnings, Virginia Tech

"The virtual conference as learning arc" - Brigitte Scott, Virginia Tech; Jen Chilek, Texas A&M; Jessica Beckendorf, University of Wisconsin Extension; and Robert Bertsch, North Dakota State University Extension

"How to improve our work with virtual teams" - Julie Robinson, University of Arkansas; Sam Boyster, University of Arkansas; Dan Kahl, University of Kentucky; Neal Vines, Virginia Tech; and Rachel Welborn, Southern Rural Development Center

Concurrent Session 3 - 3:00 PM – 3:45 PM

"Working around barriers: A practical solution for statewide indicators" - Diane Craig, University of Florida

"The influence of transformational middle leaders on work-life balance in Extension: Key findings from the 2018 nationwide Extension survey" - Tim Tanner, Ohio State University Extension

"Adapting existing curriculum to meet the needs of clients on the autism spectrum" - Mariah Morgan, Mississippi State University Extension

 

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Concurrent Session 4 - 10:15 AM- 11:00 AM

"Evaluation of a youth environmental education program using mixed methods design"Vikram Koundinya, University of California - Davis, Wei-ting Chen, University of California Cooperative Extension, and Emily Kearney, University of California - Berkeley

"Identifying core program evaluation competencies for Extension educators: Evaluation specialists’ consensus for a national professional development checklist"John Diaz, University of Florida, Anil Kumar-Chaudhary, Penn State, Jay Jayaratne, North Carolina State University, and Amy Harder, University of Florida

"An Extension culture check-up" - Amanda Taylor, University of Illinois 

"Streamlining podcasting for professional development"Karen Jeannette and Alicia Cassels, Auburn University 

Concurrent Session 5 - 11:15 AM – 12:00 PM

"Evaluating core competency areas of Florida county Extension agents" - Amanda Ali, Matthew Benge, Amy Harder, and Glenn Israel, University of Florida

"Educator professional development: Exploring lesson study in multiple 4-H contexts" - Martin Smith, University of California - Davis; Debbie McDonald, National 4-H Council; Lynn Schmitt-McQuitty and Steven M. Worker, University of California Cooperative Extension

"Extension directors’ and state 4-H program leaders’ perspectives on 4-H LGBTQ+ inclusivity" - Jeremy Elliott-Engel, University of Arizona, and Donna Westfall-Rudd, Virginia Tech

"Online video conferencing: More than just a webinar" - Mary Poling and Julie Robinson, University of Arkansas

 

Thursday, December 13, 2018

Concurrent Session 6 - 10:00 AM – 10:45 AM

 

"Evaluating Extension program impact using the value creation framework"Brigitte Scott, Virginia Tech and Alicia Cassels, Auburn University

"Looking to the future: New competencies for the 21st century educator"Cynthia Torppa and Scott Scheer, The Ohio State University, Karen Argabright and Greg Davis, OSU Extension, Mariah Stollar, Penn State, and Jeff King, OSU Leadership Center

"Empowering volunteers as agents of change through adaption and innovation"Curtis Friedel and Megan Seibel, Virginia Tech

Concurrent Session 7 - 11:00 AM – 11:45 AM

"Extension mid-career workshop cultivates growth, inspires action" - Lisa Graves, Purdue Extension and Barbara Mayfield, Nutrition Communicator, LLC

"Examining workplace learning in the Extension profession"Doug Swanson, USDA NIFA 

"Design thinking: An innovative approach to program design"Danae Wolfe, Ohio State University Extension

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