The Department of Communications and Agricultural Educations is excited to announce a partnership with the Staley School of Leadership Studies and the Department of Communications Studies to offer a Doctorate of Philosophy in Leadership Communication coming in the fall of 2018.
“We are excited about the collaboration between our departments as we launch the interdisciplinary PhD,” says Dr. Lauri Baker, Graduate Coordinator for the Department of Communications and Agricultural Education.
Story by Cassie Wandersee (first year graduate student)
Agricultural education and communications graduate students presented two research papers and five posters at the 2015 SAAS (Southern Association of Agricultural Scientists) Conference. Topics ranged from extension communications to undergraduate research experiences. Continue reading “Grad students present at research conference”→
Story by Jennifer Ray, second year master’s student
As you may know, the communications and agricultural education department is now home to graduate students pursuing master’s degrees through both on-campus and distance programs. You may be less familiar with how quickly the program is growing and what kind of issues students are working to solve. Here is a brief update.