297 Undergraduate Education: II

Poster Session
ASA Section: Education & Extension
Agronomy courses in college-level academic programs provide undergraduate students the scientific foundations necessary to formulate practical and applied decisions that relate to crop production and management. This poster session will serve as platform for the presentation and subsequent discussions on classroom management, development of agronomy programs, alternative teaching methods, student recruitment, promotion of minority groups in Agronomy, course assessment and other topics related to Agronomy teaching. Topics that pertains to development of undergraduate student activities will also be accommodated in this poster session.

Undergraduate Education Community

Undergraduate Education Community
Advisors Developing Undergraduate Student Activities Community

Tuesday, November 17, 2015: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Minneapolis Convention Center, Exhibit Hall BC

Sergio Manacpo Abit Jr.
Sergio Manacpo Abit Jr.
Poster #317
The Usefulness of a Crop Scouting Project in an Undergraduate Agronomy Course.
Kenneth D. Smiciklas, Illinois State University; Richard W. Steffen, Illinois State University
Poster #318
Agronomy Study Abroad in Mexico.
Steve Hague, Texas A&M University; Terry J. Gentry, Texas A&M University; Russel W. Jessup, Texas A&M University; Elizabeth A. Guertal, Auburn University; Julie A. Howe, Auburn University; Cesar Gutierrez Vaca, Universidad de Guanajuato
Poster #319
Using Videos to Enhance Student Proficiency in Soil Science Calculations.
Sergio Manacpo Abit Jr., Oklahoma State University; Patrick Curl, Oklahoma State University; James Jade Sebial Lasquites, Oklahoma State University
Poster #320
Data to Decisions: Integrating Big Data into the Undergraduate Curriculum.
Patrick M. Ewing, University of Minnesota; Paul M. Porter, University of Minnesota
Poster #321
The Millennial Generation Agriculture Major - Decade of Lessons from the Trench.
Antonio DiTommaso, Cornell University; Kari S Richards, Cornell University