2014 NACTA Conference

2014 NACTA Conference

Jul 8
Laurie Kramer, Associate Dean and Professor, Office of Academic Programs
  

The College of ACES has returned from another spectacular North American Colleges & Teachers of Agriculture (NACTA) conference. The 60th Annual NACTA conference was hosted by Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana, on June 26-28.  In typical ACES fashion, our faculty was extremely well represented and came home with numerous awards.

Five ACES faculty members and two graduate assistants were among those honored at the 2014 conference. It is my pleasure to congratulate the following outstanding members of the ACES family:

                Sarah Scholl - NACTA Graduate Student Award Recipient

                Daniel Weber - NACTA Graduate Student Award Recipient

                Dawn Bohn - NACTA Teacher Fellow Award Recipient

                Jan Brooks - NACTA Teacher Fellow Award Recipient

                D. K. Lee - NACTA Teacher Fellow Award Recipient

                Robert Schooley - NACTA Teacher Fellow Award Recipient

                Paul Stoddard - NACTA Teacher Fellow Award Recipient

These professors, teaching associates, and graduate teaching assistants have gone above and beyond the call of duty to make a difference in the lives of their students and certainly make us proud in the College of ACES.

In addition, several ACES faculty members and graduate students presented their scholarship on teaching and learning at NACTA, including Professors Amy Fischer, Margarita Teran-Garcia, D. K. Lee, Soo Lee, Robert Schooley, and doctoral students Crystal Allen, Joseph Donovan, and Daniel Weber.

I look forward to another great year of excellence in instruction and student learning.

L to R: (Back Row) Daniel Weber, D. K. Lee, Robert Schooley, and Paul Stoddard. (Front Row) Laurie Kramer, Jan Brooks, and Dawn Bohn. (Not Pictured: Sarah Scholl)