Author: Anne Adrian

Mining the Land-grant Knowledge Network

Who in Cooperative Extension is working on the Zika virus? Who is working on water quality or drought mitigation? Who is solving problems of food deserts? What resources are used to support these Extension programs? What can educators and researchers learn from others who are working in similar areas? How is research intertwined in these […]
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Continuing and Changing

In the summer of 1986 as a graduate student, I took the hardest class in my educational career. Dr. Patricia Duffy was teaching for the first time duality theory in economics. Today, I don’t remember the math, but I do remember reaching different but “right” conclusions by using different methods. These different conclusions ended up […]