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Are your Extension Materials "Outstanding"? Then submit them for recognition

2017 ASA Educational Materials Awards Program

The purpose of this program is to provide Society members a chance to share their creative and useful educational materials and programs with colleagues and to receive recognition for their superior achievement. A Certificate of Excellence will be awarded for each entry that demonstrates overall superior quality. All entries receiving awards will be displayed at the ASA Annual Meetings:

  • CLOSED UNTIL 2018. View rules and submit the requested materials to the proper Award Committee member. (PDF)

View the list of materials recognized for excellence: 2010 Excellent Extension Materials (pdf) | 2011 Excellent Extension Materials (pdf) | 2012 Excellent Extension Materials (pdf) | 2013 Excellent Extension Materials (pdf) | 2014 Excellent Extension Materials (pdf) | 2015 Excellent Extension Materials (pdf) | 2016 Excellent Extension Materials (pdf) 2017 Excellent Extension Materials.pdf

The Outstanding Poster Award Recipients from the 2017 ASA, CSSA, and SSSA International Annual Meetings are (in no particular order)

  • Developing Resources to Address Measured Gaps in Basic Agriculture Research Interpretation in the North Central Region, 2017. Sara Berg, South Dakota State University; Joshua Coltrain, Kansas State University; Lizabeth Stahl, University of Minnesota; John Thomas, University of Nebraska – Lincoln
  • Promoting Undergraduate Research in Agriculture: Opportunities for Experiential Learning and a Pathway to Graduate Studies. John T. Bushoven, California State University-Fresno Department of Plant Science; Dave Goorahoo, California State University-Fresno; Balaji Sethuramasamyraja, California State University, Fresno; Florence Cassel, California State University-Fresno; Anil Shrestha, California State University-Fresno
  • Online Professional Certificate in Plant Breeding and Genetics. Leah Sandall, University of Nebraska – Lincoln
  • Corn Yield App, an on-Farm Tool for Estimating Corn Yields. Ignacio A. Ciampitti, Kansas State University; Guillermo R. Balboa, Kansas State University; Osler Ortez, Kansas State University
 

The Extension Education Community is an ASA Community within the Education and Extension Section
The Extension Education Community focuses upon advancing high standards of agronomic education to help agronomists better serve the public

 

The Extension Education Community will provide an opportunity for Extension Agronomists to meet, exchange and share information, plan, and coordinate programs and services. Members previously participated in the ASA Division A04 Extension Education, which sponsored symposium, oral and poster sessions, a poster competition, and the Educational Awards Program. The community anticipates continuing these and other activities.