214 Symposium--Collaboration Public-Private: Case Studies of What Works In Extension, Education, and Research: Part I

Oral Session
ASA Section: Education & Extension The focus of this symposium is to explore the opportunities, the challenges, the pitfalls and the benefits to participants/programs for private and public sector entities to engage in collaborations. Case studies will be presented of what works in research, outreach/Extension, graduate education, and undergraduate education.


Education & Extension
Tuesday, October 23, 2012: 1:00 PM-4:20 PM
Millennium Hotel, Bronze Ballroom B, Second Floor

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Community Leader:
Johnathon Holman
Vernon Cardwell , Jason de Koff and Johnathon Holman
1:20 PM
1:35 PM
1:50 PM
An Empowered Patnership: A Haitian Case Study.
Jason D. Streubel, Convoy of Hope; Harold P. Collins, USDA-ARS; Julie M. Tarara, USDA-ARS; Chad Kruger, Washington State University
2:05 PM
2:20 PM
2:35 PM
2:50 PM
In-Kind Match and Collaboration Aids in Adoption of No-till Technology.
O. Steven Norberg, Washington State University
3:05 PM
2012 In-Depth Sorghum Schools: A Public-Private Partnership to Deliver Effective Extension Programming.
Kraig Roozeboom, Kansas State University; Curtis Thompson, Kansas State University; Jill Barnhardt, Kansas Grain Sorghum Commission; Michael Temaat, KFRM 550-AM Radio
3:20 PM
Iowa State University Partners with Pioneer Hi-Bred International to Deliver Integrated Pest Management Educational Material.
Brent Brueland, Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc.; Daren Mueller, Iowa State University; Adam Sisson, Iowa State University
3:35 PM
4:20 PM