Request for Applications. The Food Systems Impact Collaborative is now accepting applications! Please share this opportunity with other Extension faculty and staff interested in Food Systems in your networks. The IC is designed to catalyze next-level Extension programs and professionals. The experience includes Designathon events, networking, professional development, access to key informants, and much more! Anyone at an eXtension member institution is eligible to apply.
- Food Systems – Request for Applications | Start your application
- Diversity & Inclusion (See below for the announcement on the Program Fellow)
- Behavioral Health (Coming Soon!)
- New! There will also be an “open” topic option for those that do not fit any of the above
The process for all four will kickoff in January 2018 with Designathon One, and continue with Designathon Two events in April/May 2018. The process will also include tailored professional development events (online), and access to key informants.
Designathon One. Registration is open for most of the Designathon One events! NOTE: Those planning to attend the North Carolina event at the end of January should be aware that the hotel room block cutoff is January 12.
- Check out the locations, dates, and co-hosts in the Northeast Region, Southern Region, Western Region, and North Central Region or see the dates and locations for all ten events
- Take a look at the preliminary agenda
- Logistics, including room rates and hotel links, for each location (the three not linked do not have a finalized hotel contract yet): North Carolina, Oregon, New Hampshire, Indiana, Texas, Wisconsin, New York, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Georgia
- Frequently asked questions, including what it will cost, what you will learn, etc.
- Register Now! Be sure to click on “submit”. If you don’t get a confirmation email or have questions about registering, contact Ashley Griffin or Jill Heemstra
Program Fellow. We are pleased to announce the Program Fellow for the Diversity & Inclusion Impact Collaborative. Dr. Shatomi Luster, University of Missouri, will devote the majority of her time in 2018 to the Impact Collaborative. She will be responsible for organizing the support network, recruiting teams to be part of the IC, and supporting their efforts to ensure a successful experience. More about Shatomi and her professional background and interests will be coming soon!
Success Stories. Two recently published success stories highlight how Extension professionals found new tools and approaches that increase their ability to impact their target audiences.
- (North Carolina) Impact Collaborative Training Helps Extension Personnel Find Missing Link
- (Indiana) eXtension/NAEPSDP Fellowship Provides Opportunity to Work Differently in Program Evaluation
EdTech Learning Network. The latest TweetUp focused on “SnapChat storytelling”. Check out the Tweetcap… (you don’t need to be on Twitter to read it).
From the eXtension Blog
Check out these (among many more) upcoming professional development events listed on learn.extension.org
- Engage with the Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN) on Wednesday, January 10, 2018, starting at 2:00 pm EST for a webinar on the Communicating About Risks – It’s More than Just Information. Learn more or register for the webinar…
- Join Gary Felton associate Professor, Department of Environmental Science & Technology at the University of Maryland for a webinar on Compost Health and Safety on Friday, January 19 at 2:00 pm EST. Find out more at Learn more or register… This webinar is number eight in a series of 12. Find out more about the entire series HERE.
- Learn more about Organic Tomato Seed Production on January 30, 2018, at 2 pm EST with the eOrganic team. Learn more or register…
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Visit learn.extension.org anytime and search for topics in your area of expertise or in areas in which you need to get started. Want to know about bugs, financial management, food safety, or military children? There are dozens of recordings being added every month to this valuable resource. Visit learn.extension.org…