North American Colleges
& Teachers of Agriculture
2004 Conference


"Teaching Students to Think and Reason"


University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida

Hilton UF Hotel and Conference Center

June 21-23, 2004

Site Index

l Conference Overview l Area Industry Tours l Hotel Information
l Abstracts l Guest Trip to St. Augustine l Area Information
l Agenda l Conference Location l Planning Committee
l Posters l Conference Registration l Contact Information

l On-Site Program (PDF)

Conference Overview

The North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture (NACTA) is a professional society that focuses on promotion and recognition of excellence in teaching at the post-secondary level in North America. Members of NACTA are from two-year and four-year colleges, public and private, and have a common bond of teaching agriculture, natural resources and environment, life sciences and related subjects.

The purpose of the annual conference is to provide for the professional advancement of the faculty engaged in classroom teaching. Participants will have the opportunity to share teaching methods, problems, philosophy, and styles; network in social gatherings; and recognize outstanding teachers.

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Abstracts

Preference will be given to abstracts addressing the theme, but other issues concerning teaching and education will be considered.

Abstracts are limited to 200 words, not including title and by-lines. Abstracts should have 1- inch margins, single-spaced text, and include title, name of author(s), institutional affiliation, and complete mailing address, including phone number and e-mail. Indicate in your cover letter whether you prefer oral, poster or workshop presentation. Abstracts are subject to editing before publication. The preferred method of submission is via e-mail attachment in MS Word format. Abstracts submitted by mail which include two hard copies and an electronic copy (MS Word format) on a 3.5” disk will also be accepted. Deadline for abstract submission is March 15, 2004. 

The Deadline for Abstract Submission has passed.

 

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Agenda
        On-Site Program (PDF)

Monday, June 21, 2004

7:30am-5:00pm

Registration

8:00am-9:00am

Vice President and Regional Directors' Meeting - Dogwood

9:15am-11:30am

NACTA Executive Committee Meeting - Dogwood

12:00pm-2:30pm

Luncheon w/ 50th Anniversary Presentation - Century A

2:30pm-3:00pm

Refreshment Break - Prefunction Area

3:00pm-5:00pm

Three Concurrent Workshops

Workshop A - Century B

3:00pm

Multiple Intelligences, What Are They? – J. Cano and S. Whittington, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

4:00pm

Using Computers at a Higher Level to Teach at a Higher Level: Effective Instruction with Laptops and at a Distance – Bill Surver, K. Dale Layfield, John Cummings and Kerry Smith, Clemson University, Clemson, SC

Workshop B - Century C

3:00pm

A Feedback Mechanism for Guiding Novice Graduate Teaching Assistants in Preparation for and Presentation of Effective Instruction – Maynard J. Iverson and John C. Ricketts, University of Georgia, Athens, GA

4:00pm

Teaching and Learning in a Large Botany Class – C. Gerald Van Dyke, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC

Workshop C - Dogwood

3:00pm

A Classroom Performance System: Using a Question-Discussion-Feedback Learning Process to Inspire Students to Think and Reason – Gary Moore, Barry Croom and John Conoley, Department of Agricultural & Extension Education, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC

4:00pm

Critical and Creative Thinking Course Activities – Allen Zimmerman, The Ohio State University, Wooster, OH

5:30pm-9:00pm

Poster Session & Book Auction Display set-up - Century B

5:30pm-6:00pm

Welcome Reception - Pool Deck

6:00pm-7:30pm

Dinner - Century A

 

Tuesday, June 22, 2004

6:30am-12:00pm

Registration

7:00am-8:00am

Poster Session & Book Auction Display set-up - Century B

7:00am-8:00am

Morning Refreshments - Century B

8:00am-9:15am

Blue Ribbon Presentation – Gail Kauwell, University of Florida/IFAS   - Century A

9:15am-9:30am

Refreshment Break - Century B

9:15am-9:30am

Poster Session & Book Auction Display - Century B

9:30am-10:30am

NACTA Committee Meetings - Dogwood, Azalea & Hickory

10:30am-10:45am

Break

10:45am-12:15pm

Four Concurrent Sessions #1

Session A - Century C

10:45am

Excellence, Expertise, and Scholarship of Teaching in Agricultural, Environmental, Natural and Life Sciences – N. A. Knobloch and A. L. Ball, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL; M. D. Woods, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

11:15am

Peer Review of Teaching: How Do I Prepare to Be a “Peer” – M. Susie Whittington and Jamie Cano, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

11:45am

The Cost of Distance Education: A Florida Experience – Allen F. Wysocki, James A. Sterns, Lisa A. House and Gary F. Fairchild, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL; Suzanne Thornsbury, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

Session B - Dogwood

10:45am

Exploring the Reliability of Using the Learning Environment Preference Inventory as a Valid Measure of Perry’s Scheme of Intellectual Development of College Students  – Catherine Lavis, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS

11:15am

A Comparison of the Effectiveness of Two Educational Techniques: Informational Brochures vs. Cooperative Learning Activities  – N. E. Fuhrman, D. W. Duncan and C. A. Copenheaver, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA

11:45am

Using an Online Modified Delphi Approach for the Development of Competency Profiles  –  L. A. Watkins, Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg, MO; K. J. Bacon, Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL

Session C - Azalea

10:45am

Determining the Qualities Agricultural Employers Want in Future Employees – K. J. Bacon and R. M. Anderson, Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL; L. A. Watkins, Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg, MO

11:15am

Effectiveness of AGB 101 in Changing Students’ Attitudes toward the Agribusiness Major and Careers – Lynn Hamilton, Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo, CA

11:45am

Job Seeking Skills: Teaching Students to Think, Reason, and ACT  – Michael D. McDermott, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY

Session D - Hickory

10:45am

Using Marketing Concepts to Enhance Student Enrollment in Colleges of Agriculture – E. Jane Luzar, Emily S. Sperling and Larry J. Connor, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

11:15am

Meeting Upper-level Agriculture Course Prerequisites: Where Have All the Students Gone? – C. Robert Stark, Jr., Paul B. Francis, Whitney A. Whitworth and Kelly J. Bryant, University of Arkansas at Monticello, Monticello, AR

11:45am

The Role of Absenteeism on Student Grades in Two Horticulture Courses – Jerry M. Williams and Dennis W. Duncan, Department of Horticulture and Agricultural and Extension Education, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA

12:15pm-12:30pm

Load Buses - Front of Conference Center

12:30pm-6:00pm

Area Industry Tours

6:00pm-9:00pm

Free Evening - Optional Campus Tours (TBD)

7:00pm-9:00pm Optional Grant Writing Workshop - Century C

 

Wednesday, June 23, 2004

7:00am-5:00pm

Registration

7:00am-8:00am

Morning Refreshments - Century B

7:00am-8:00am

Committee Meetings - Century A

8:00am-10:00am

Four Concurrent Sessions #2

Session E - Century C

8:00am

Teaching Critical Thinking Skills in the Context of Biotechnology – Curt R. Friedel, John C. Ricketts, Tracy A. Irani, Rick D. Rudd and Maria Gallo-Meaghar, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

8:30am

Forests for the Future: Critical Thinking in an Undergraduate Forestry Course – Trina Hofreiter and Martha C. Monroe, School of Forest Resources and Conservation, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

9:00am

Using Writing to Promote Thinking in a First Year Agriculture Course at the University of the West Indies – L. B. Roberts-Nkrumah, Department of Food Production, Faculty of Science and Agriculture, University of the West Indies. St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago

9:30am

Teaching Thinking Skills – B. S. Swan and J. Cano, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

Session F - Dogwood

8:00am

Learning Objects for Environmental Sciences – Joanne Logan and Michael Guidry, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN

8:30am

The Value of a Legislative Internship: A Case Study – Kathryn Manley, Michael T. Olexa, Allen F. Wysocki, James A. Sterns and Gary F. Fairchild, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

9:00am

Enhancing the Crop Science Laboratory Experience – Gerry L. Posler, Department of Agronomy, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS

9:30am

Throwing Out the Cookbook: Student Planned and Executed Laboratories – Elizabeth M. Lamb, Indian River Research and Education Center, University of Florida, Fort Pierce, FL

Session G - Azalea

8:00am

Trade-offs in Agriculture and Natural Resources: An Issues Course Designed for Non-Majors  – M. D. Mullen, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY; D. M. Ostermeier, J. L. Pavey and E. Buckner, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN

8:30am

Multimedia Instrument for Greenhouse Education: Designing for User Needs and Higher-Order Thinking – Milton E. Tignor (Buddy), University of Vermont, Burlington, VT; Sandra B. Wilson, University of Florida, Fort Pierce, FL; Tracy A. Irani, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL; Gene A. Giacomelli and Chieri Kubota, The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ; Margaret J. McMahon, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

9:00am

What Are Students Thinking during a Typical College Lecture? –

M. Susie Whittington and John Ewing, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

9:30am

Learning from the Wisdom of Practice: Engaging Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources Faculty to Become Reflective Practitioners – Anna Ball and Neil Knobloch, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign; Michael Woods, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

Session H - Hickory

8:00am

Using Field Experiences to Enhance Student Learning – Rhonda L. Miller, Rudy S. Tarpley, Nancy E. Thompson and Bruce E. Miller, Department of Agricultural Systems Technology and Education, Utah State University, Logan, UT

8:30am

Critical Thinking as a Function of Experiential Learning in Oral Communication  – Travis Park, Nicole Stedman, Chris Morgan and Rick Rudd, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

9:00am

A Sophomore Pre-Capstone Seminar to Prepare Students for Internships and Independent Learning Experiences.  – M. A. Wattiaux, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison WI

 

9:00am-4:30pm

Spouse Program - St Augustine

10:00am-10:30am

Refreshment Break - Century B

10:00am-10:30am

Poster Session & Book Auction Display - Century C

10:30am-12:00pm

NACTA Business Meeting - Century C

12:00pm-2:00pm

Buffet Lunch & Teaching Roundtable Discussions  - Century A

2:00pm-3:00pm

Refreshment Break - Century B

2:00pm-3:00pm

Poster Session - Century B

3:00pm-5:00pm

Four Concurrent Sessions #3

Session I - Century C

3:00pm

Service Learning and National Youth Service Day – Jean A. Gleichsner, Agriculture Department, Fort Hays State University, Hays, KS

3:30pm

Choice of a Service-learning or Non Service-learning Senior Seminar Section-Student Characteristics, Fulfillment of Learning Objectives, and Instructor Evaluation: A Case Study – C. E. O’Neil, School of Human Ecology; Louisiana State University; Baton Rouge, LA; B. L. Matthews and H. Anton, Centers for Excellence in Learning and Teaching; Louisiana State University; Baton Rouge, LA

4:00pm

Journal-Based Reflection in Undergraduate Service Learning and the University Therapeutic Riding Center – A. A. Pyle1, H. A. Brady1, D. E. Lawver2, C. L. Akersand2, N. T. Cepica3; 1Department of Animal and Food Sciences, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX; 2Department of Agricultural Education and Communication, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX; 3University Medical Center, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX

4:30pm

Teaching for Critical Thinking in an Undergraduate Service Learning Course – Rick D. Rudd, Agricultural Education, University of Florida; Bobbi Langkamp-Henken and Kelli Herrlinger-Garcia, Food Science and Human Nutrition, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

Session J - Dogwood

3:00pm

The Determinants of College Student Performance: The Role of Assessment Method – Andrew Barkley, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS

3:30pm

Does Focusing on Individual Students Perceptual Learning Needs Enable Students to Achieve More Successfully? – Andrew J. Baker and Tim Phillips, Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL

4:00pm

Assessment of Student Learning by Use of Pre and Post-Testing – M. E. Headings, The Ohio State University, Wooster, OH

4:30pm

An SOTL Project Investigating Student Understanding of Molecular Genetics Concepts – Bonnie S. Walters and Tim Buttles, University of Wisconsin - River Falls, River Falls, WI

Session K - Azalea

3:00pm

Challenges of Objectively Assessing Thought Processes – Jennifer R. Batchelder and R. Kraig Peel, Western Center for Integrated Resource Management, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO

3:30pm

Influence of Leadership Style, Learning Style, and Leadership Adaptability on Critical Thinking Disposition – Kimberly Bellah and James E. Dyer, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

4:00pm

Influence of Student Learning Styles on Critical Thinking Skills – Brian E. Myers and James E. Dyer, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

4:30pm

A Comparison of Learning Styles, Academic Majors and Selected Demographic Characteristics of Agricultural Students at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College – Garvie Nichols, Jr., John C. Ricketts, Frederick R. Rohs and Maynard G. Iverson, Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education, and Communication, University of Georgia, Athens, GA

Session L - Hickory

3:00pm

Promoting Interactive Learning with an Electronic Student Response System – E. F. Bazen and C. D. Clark, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN

3:30pm

A Virtual GIS Computer Lab for On-Campus and Distance Education Students – S. Grunwald1, V. Ramasundaram2 and D. K. Jesseman3; 1Soil and Water Science Department, University of Florida, FL (NACTA member); 2 Computer and Information Science and Engineering, University of Florida, FL; 3Institute of Food and Agriculture (IFAS) - Information Technology (IT), University of Florida, Gainesville FL

4:00pm

Virtual Plant Identification and Landscape Design – Helen E. Danielson and Sandra B. Wilson, University of Florida, Fort Pierce, FL; Richard K. Schoellhorn, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

4:30pm

Reaching Students with Communication Technologies – Ricky Telg and Tracy Irani, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

3:00pm-6:00pm

Remove Poster Displays and Media Displays - Century B

5:30pm-6:30pm Reception - Pool Deck

6:30pm-8:30pm

Awards Banquet - Century A

8:30pm Conference Concludes


Thursday, June 24, 2004

8:00am-10:00am

NACTA Executive Committee Meeting/Planning for 2005 Meeting - Magnolia

8:00am-10:00am

Shuttles to Airport

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Posters

1..... Teaching Students to Teach Themselves through a Self Guided Science Lab – Rebecca Baldwin, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

2..... Recruiting Expansion for Agricultural Education – Jennifer R. Batchelder and R. Kraig Peel, Western Center for Integrated Resource Management, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO

3..... Principles of Therapeutic Riding as a Service-based Learning Course within an Agricultural Curriculum –
H. A. Brady, D. E. Lawver, A. Pyle, M. L. Shaw, C. L. Akers and N. T. Cepica, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX

4..... Developing a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Project – Tim Buttles and Bonnie S. Walters, University of Wisconsin - River Falls, River Falls, WI

5..... Through the Digital Lens … – D. D. Cartmell, J. K. Cox and S. R. Sitton, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK

6..... Preparing Professors to Teach in the Laboratory Setting – John C. Ewing, Benjamin G. Swan and M. Susie Whittington, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

7..... USDA Funding Opportunities – Jeff Gilmore, USDA, Washington, D.C.

8..... The College of Agricultural & Life Sciences Honors Colloquium: Teaching and Learning ‘Outside the Box’ – David Jones and Rick Rudd, Agricultural Education and Communication Department, University of Florida/IFAS; Katie Sieving, Wildlife Ecology & Conservation, University of Florida/IFAS; E. Jane Luzar, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, University of Florida/IFAS, Gainesville, FL

9..... Using Experiential Learning to Enhance Knowledge about Sustainable Whole Farm Systems – H. D. Karsten, Assistant Professor, Department of Crops and Soils, The Pennsylvania State University, PA; T. S. Hoover and E. Santiago, Department of Agricultural and Extension Education, The Pennsylvania State University, PA

10... Professional Development Workshops – Brian E. Myers and Shannon G. Washburn, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

11... Teaching Food Economics and Menu Planning to Dietetics Students. – J. D. Myhand and C. E. O’Neil, School of Human Ecology; Louisiana State University; Baton Rouge, LA

12... Agricultural Knowledge Assessment: Does FFA Membership Make a Difference?  – Seburn L. Pense1, James G. Leising2 and Dexter B. Wakefield1; 1Southern Illinois University, Department of Plant, Soil and Agricultural Systems, Carbondale, IL; 2Oklahoma State University, Department of Agricultural Education, Communications & 4-H, Youth Development, Stillwater, OK

13... Critical Thinking Instructional Model for Food Biotechnology – Emily B. Rhoads, Curt Friedel, Tracy A. Irani, Rick D. Rudd and Maria Gallo-Meaghar, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

14... Integrating Video and Digital Photography into College Classes – Ricky Telg, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

15... Beyond Google: Incorporating Information Competency into the Classroom  – Frank Vuotto and Lynn Hamilton, Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo, CA

16... Networking and Collaboration for Strong Off-campus Programs – Sudeep Vyapari, University of Florida, UF/IFAS Plant City, FL; S. M. Scheiber, University of Florida, MREC Apopka, FL

17... Success Strategies for Agriculture: What Should a Course with This Title Contain? – L. A. Watkins, Missouri Center for Career Education, Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg, MO; K. J. Bacon, Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL

18... The Learner-Centered Classroom: An Overview and Implications for College Teachers of Agriculture, Environmental, Natural and Life Sciences –  Michael D. Woods, ANR Education & Communications Systems Department, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI; Neil A. Knobloch and Anna L. Ball, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, IL

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Area Industry Tour Options

Optional Industry Tours are planned for Tuesday afternoon and conference participants may sign up for one of the four tours. Please indicate your first, second and third choice preferences on the registration form. Should your first choice be filled, you will be assigned to your second or third option as available. These tours are also available to spouses and children for a fee.

A brief description of each tour is as follows:

Tour #1 - North Florida Equine Industry Tour - This tour group will see the University of Florida Horse Teaching Unit, tour the Seminole Feed Company, and visit operating horse farms in Ocala.

Tour #2 - Florida Beef Cattle Tour (tentative) - The Florida Beef Cattle Tour will take participants to the University of Florida Beef Teaching Unit and to the Santa Fe Beef Research Farm. In addition, the tour group will visit with Florida beef producers.

Tour #3 - Horticulture Tour - The horticulture tour will visit a nursery operation and the Kanapaha Botanical Gardens. In addition, the group will tour the University of Florida Greenhouses and Horticulture Research Facilities.

Tour #4 - Eco-tourism Tour - See Florida that way it was hundreds of years ago. This trip includes a visit to the Ichetucknee Springs State Park and a visit with park officials. Then, you will enjoy "old Florida" as you float down a crystal-clear, spring-fed river. Please bring your swim suit and a towel for this tour.

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Guest Trip to St. Augustine

Wednesday June 23, 2004

9:00am-11:00am

Depart UF Hotel to St. Augustine, FL

11:00am-2:30pm Shopping on St. George Street
2:30pm-4:30pm Return to UF Hotel, Gainesville, FL

SHOPPING ST. GEORGE STREET: You’ll find hundreds of shops scattered throughout historic landmarks offering specialty gifts such as hand made candles, woven goods and wood crafts. With more than 35 antique shops and 20 art galleries, a bounty of treasures, from original creations by local artisans to valuable heirlooms, await your discovery.

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Conference Location

Within the quiet, lush beauty of North Central Florida, Gainesville and Alachua County is a circle of natural diversity. Gainesville offers a wide variety of activities to visitors from sports and recreation to arts and culture, festivals and special events to touring and shopping. Gainesville is located in north central Florida on the I-75 corridor halfway between Atlanta and Miami.

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Conference Registration

The registration fee includes all conference materials, area industry tours, 2 continental breakfasts, AM and PM refreshment breaks each day, welcome reception, 3 lunches and 2 dinners.

REGISTRATION FEES

Early NACTA Member Registration $225.00 (Received on or before May 1, 2004)
Regular NACTA Member Registration $275.00 (Received after May 1, 2004)
Early Non-NACTA Member Registration $275.00 (Received on or before May 1, 2004)
Regular Non-NACTA Member Registration $325.00 (Received after May 1, 2004)
Early Student Registration  $150.00 (Received on or before May 1, 2004)
Regular Students Registration  $175.00 (Received after May 1, 2004)
Single Day Registrants $150.00 

Accompanying Person Registration: Charged per event, please see registration form.
 

We are delighted you wish to register for the NACTA Conference. While Advance Registration is closed, we will be happy to register you onsite at the meeting, and look forward to your participation. Thank you.

Refund Policy: Requests for registration refunds will be honored if the Office of Conferences and Institutes (OCI) receives written notification of cancellation on or before June 1, 2004. A $50 processing fee will be deducted from all conference refunds. A $25 processing fee will be deducted from all student refunds. No refunds will be honored for cancellations after June 1, 2004.

Special Needs: Participants with special needs can be reasonably accommodated by contacting the Office of Conferences & Institutes at least 10 working days prior to the conference. We can be reached by phone at 1-352-392-5930, by fax at 1-392-9734, or by calling 1-800-955-8771 (TDD). The TDD number can only be accessed from within the State of Florida.

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Hotel Accommodations

 

The conference will be held at The University of Florida Hotel and Conference Center (1714 Southwest 34th Street, Gainesville, Florida 32607). Facilities include a complete business service center and all hotel rooms have a large desk with lamp for working after-hours, WebTV, ethernet ports, dual-line telephones and analog ports for modem access. A block of rooms has been reserved at a special per night rate of $79 single or double occupancy (plus 10% tax—Federal and State employees will be exempt with proper documentation presented at check-in). Rooms may not be available after May 23, 2004. The group rate will be honored 3 days prior and 3 days following the conference. Call the hotel directly at (352) 371-3600 to make a reservation and identify yourself as a participant of NACTA.

Air service is provided through the Gainesville Regional Airport, just north of Gainesville, and The University of Florida Hotel provides daytime shuttle service.  Additional airports within a 2 - 3 hour drive of the University of Florida are located in Jacksonville (85 miles), Orlando (110 miles), and Tampa (130 miles).  A map and hotel information will be mailed to you with your registration confirmation.

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Area Information

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Planning Committee

   Jimmy G. Cheek, Dean

   E. Jane Luzar, Associate Dean

   Don Hall

   Rick Rudd

   Paul K. Willis

   Erin Howlett

   Dianne Kattawar

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Contact Information

Program Information
Paul Willis (352)392-1963
Email: pkwillis@ifas.ufl.edu


Paper, Poster and Workshop Presentations
Paper, Poster and Workshop Abstracts are due by March 15, 2004 to:
Rick Rudd
PO Box 110540
Gainesville, FL 32611-0540
(352)392-0502 x239
Email: rrudd@ifas.ufl.edu

Registration and Lodging Information
Dianne Kattawar (352) 392-5930
Email: dkattawar@ifas.ufl.edu
     - or -
Kim Brand (352) 392-5930
Email: khbrand@ifas.ufl.edu

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