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John R. Clark

writing an “impact statement” 8 or 10 years ago. I thought it was another make-work item dreamed up by administrators. I nearly refused to write the statements; as it turned out, I was not brave enough to defy the leadership that wanted these. I wrote one

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Caula A. Beyl

curriculum and the holistic educational experience outside of the classroom that may accompany the program offerings such as internships, undergraduate research experiences, international travel, leadership training, and service learning. It is not enough to

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Marcia Eames-Sheavly, Kristi S. Lekies, Leigh MacDonald and Kimberly J. Wong

physical gardening activities such as planting. At most of the sites, children and youth were also involved in planning, discussions, decision-making, leadership roles, and problem-solving. Financial decisions, new participant training, activity evaluation

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James F. Hancock and Charles Stuber

Workshop, 2005 Michigan State University, HortScience 2006;41(1), http://hrt.msu.edu/PBSymp/HancockSymposium.pdf ], but their message was not nationally audible or sustained through the establishment of a permanent leadership group interested in

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Ashley R. Basinger, Cynthia B. McKenney and Dick Auld

) leadership/collaborative, 5) professionalism, 6) ethical/professional judgment, and 7) lifelong learning. Professional disciplines eliminated were global perspective, historical perspective, literature and art, and visioning. These disciplines frequently fall

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Elsa Sánchez and Richard Craig

cooperative learning term project into an introductory food science course North Amer. Colleges Teachers Agr. J. 41 21 25 Pennington, P. 2004 Professional development in agriculture: opening doors through creative leadership North Amer. Colleges Teachers Agr

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extension as good to excellent. The authors offer suggestions for increased collaboration, including leadership as well as understanding and engaging the academic and extension communities. Fruit Industry Attitudes on Postharvest Handling, Flavor, and

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Garry V. McDonald and Wayne A. Mackay

paper presentations or professional organization meetings attended, honors program completion, student leadership, community involvement, awards and recognitions, sustainability minors, or other accomplishments showing superior discipline competencies

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Lauren C. Garner

positive changes in attitudes toward community involvement, leadership, and cultural diversity ( Astin et al., 2000 ; Pinzon-Perez and Perez, 2005 ). Billig (2002) asserted that the lack of a specific model for service-learning makes it an adaptable

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Keelin Blaith Purcell, Robert E. Lyons, Lynn D. Dierking and Helen Fischel

workplace and that traditional education does not build certain life skills, such as communication and leadership ( Casner-Lotto and Barrington, 2006 ; Catalano et al., 2004 ; Eccles and Gootman, 2002 ; Mancini and Marek, 1998 ). Well-designed after