Presentations – 2017

The Smith-Hughes Act: Looking Back, Looking Forward.  Presented to the Washington Association for Career and Technical Education. Spokane, WA. August 9

Searching for the Wizard of Oz in the Agricultural Education Program. Presented to the North Carolina Agriculture Teachers Association. Greensboro, NC. July 26

Where Would We Be Without the Smith-Hughes Act? Presented to the Michigan Retired Agriculture Teachers Organization. Lansing, MI. July 20.

The History and Evolution of the Outhouse. Presented to the Fountain Park Chautauqua in Remington, IN. July 17.

When Should PowerPoint Presentations Be Made Available to Students? Presented to the North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture. West Lafayette, IN. June 29.

Recommendations of Agriculture Professors in Teaching Online Courses Effectively. Presented to the North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture. West Lafayette, IN. June 29.

World War I, Food Production, and Suffrage: The Story of the Women’s Land Army. Presented to the Chautauqua Institution, Heritage Lecture Series, Chautauqua, NY. June 27.

A Conversation with Representative Dudley Hughes Regarding the Smith-Hughes Act of 1917. Presented to the New York Agricultural Teachers Association. Camp Oswegatchie, NY. June 22.

Where Would You Be Without the Smith-Hughes Act?  Presented to the North Carolina FFA Association. Raleigh, June 20.

Live Like You Were Dying. Presented to the Johnston County NC Government Employees. Smithfield, June 19.

Hello, I’m the Honorable Dudley Hughes. Presented to the Wisconsin FFA Association. Madison, June 12.

Creating and Facilitating Collaborative Teams. Presented to the U.S. Air Force through the Institute for Defense and Industry. Andrews AFB, Maryland. June 7.

The PowerPoint Dilemma: When Should Professors Make their Class PowerPoint Presentations Available to Students? Presented to the American Association for Agricultural Education. San Luis Obispo, CA. May 19

GALA: A New Approach to SAE. Presented to the American Association for Agricultural Education. San Luis Obispo, CA. May 17.

Live Like You Were Dying. Presented to the Carteret County Government Employees, Morehead City, NC. March 16.

From Paddles to Pots to Privies: The History of the Outhouse. Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Raleigh. Raleigh, NC. March 4.

Booker T. Washington and Julius Rosenwald: Transforming Education for Black Children in the South – The Story of the Rosenwald School Program. Kirk of Kildaire Presbyterian Church. Cary, NC. February 16

Using Assessments for Improvement of Teaching. TALENTS Leadership Academy cohort of the Kentucky Association for Career and Technical Education. Georgetown, KY. January 14.

Becoming a 2nd Mile Leader. TALENTS Leadership Academy cohort of the Kentucky Association for Career and Technical Education. Georgetown, KY. January 14.