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Cuthbertson and Dellifield Named Program Fellows for the Behavioral Health Impact Collaborative

Contact the fellows: Jami Dellifield – dellifield.2@osu.edu and Courtney Cuthbertson – cuthbe16@anr.msu.edu Courtney Cuthbertson Dr. Courtney Cuthbertson is a Community Behavioral Health Specialist for Michigan State University Extension.  Trained as a sociologist of mental health, Dr. Cuthbertson conducts research and provides programming in the areas of mental health and substance use.  She earned her BS […]

Shatomi Luster-Edward Named Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Program Fellow

eXtension has named Dr. Shatomi Luster-Edward as the Program Fellow for the upcoming Diversity and Inclusion Impact Collaborative. She will devote the majority of her time in 2018 to setting up an organizing committee, recruiting participants, and mobilizing support networks for Impact Collaborative participants. Dr. Shatomi Luster-Edward is a Financial Education Specialist with the University […]

Digital Green Helps Solve Food System Challenges with Digital Technology

Digital Green is a global non-profit development organization that empowers smallholder farmers to lift themselves out of poverty by harnessing the collective power of technology and grassroots-level partnerships. They partner with extension actors in developing countries to solve problems like market access, farmer training, and rural nutrition education using digital technology. Digital Green developers build […]

Perspectives: Avoiding Stereotypes in Program Evaluation

Julie Huetteman, Ph.D., is the Strategic Initiatives Coordinator at Purdue Extension. She is serving as the National Association of Extension Program and Staff Development Professionals (NAEPSDP) eXtension Fellow for 2017. As the 2017 eXtension NAEPSDP Fellow for Program Evaluation, I have been on a journey to expand my awareness and understanding relating to inclusion, and […]

eXtension Welcomes Program Manager, Instructional Technologist, and Two Fellows

eXtension is thrilled to welcome three new faces (and one familiar face in a new role) to staff meetings. Impact Collaborative Program Manager After serving and guiding communities and professional development for the eXtension Foundation for many years, Ashley Griffin has accepted a new role as the Impact Collaborative Program Manager to design the process […]

Data Jams Breathe Life Into Extension Reporting

Water, water everywhere, but not a drop to drink. That’s a sailor cast away on the high seas, surrounded by a never-ending ocean but without a sip of liquid to sustain life. In like manner, extension administrators and faculty are surrounded by oceans of data but without the means to make sense of that data […]

Maker Movement + Horticulture = Innovation Explosion

Question:  What happens when the Maker Movement intermixes with the realm of horticulture? Answer:  An explosion in ideas and innovation plus a new way for land-grant universities to reach audiences with research-based information. Dave Francis, Utah State University Extension associate professor, discovered in his Fellowship with eXtension that the latest DIY (do-it-yourself) movement is really […]

Apply Now! eXtension Impact Collaborative Diversity & Inclusion Program Fellow

eXtension Foundation is looking for candidates for the Impact Collaborative Diversity & Inclusion Program Fellow. The Impact Collaborative is the next evolution of the Issue Corps Program. The Fellow is responsible for leading the formation and success of the Collaborative cohort.  This is estimated to be a one-year commitment for .50 -.70 FTE. The responsibilities […]

eXtension Announces Four New Fellowship Opportunities

Call for Applications Four Fellowship Opportunities to Advance Innovation for U.S. Cooperative Extension The eXtension Foundation, with funding from USDA-NIFA, is pleased to announce four new fellowship opportunities. Three fellows will be selected for eXtension’s 2016 fellowship program. These Fellows will receive funding and professional development support in the 2016 fellowship year to explore open-ended […]