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http://www.extension.iastate.edu/AceNetcPresentations/displaysession.aspx
Saturday 1:00 PM ACE Retirees Reunion
Time: Saturday 1:00 PM
Session Type: Retirees
Category: Retirees
Session Level:
Room: Hospitality
ACE Retirees Reunion Sunday 8:15 AM What you don't know can...
Richard Baker (Kansas State University)
Recording:
http://connect.extension.iastate.edu/p51997223/

URL(s): http://www.slideshare.net/acenetc/what-you-do-not-know Moderator(s): Sandy Pouncey Time: Sunday 8:15 AM Session Type: 45 minute breakout Category: Diversity Session Level: Beginner/Introductory Room: Council Bluffs Diversity is one of today's buzz words, but what many may not understand is that it goes far beyond skin color, religion, or country of origin. We define who we are and how we view others through our own cultural lens. In a world that is quickly changing, we need to not only change our stereotypes, but also realize that different merely means different. Then we need to understand some of those differences and how to deal with them. Server Virtualization Jonas Bowersock (Auburn University) Co-Presenter(s): Greg Parmer (Auburn University) URL(s): http://www.slideshare.net/acenetc/server-vertualization-1606561

2. Soil Phosphorus Variability In Pastures Implications For Sampling
a Univ. of Arkansas Coop. Ext. Service, 2301 S. University Ave., Little Rock, AR 72203 b Dep. of Crops, Soils, and Environmental Sciences, Univ. of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR 72701
http://jeq.scijournals.org/cgi/content/figsonly/30/6/2157

3. Session: Extension Programing In Crop And Soils Management And Conservation
Are Wheat Seeding Rates Important in Soft Red Winter Wheat?. Jason Kelley, Univ. of Arkansas; Steven Sheets, Univ. of Arkansas Coop. Ext. Service
http://acs.confex.com/crops/2009am/webprogram/Session5626.html
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Extension Programing in Crop and Soils Management and Conservation
Tuesday, November 3, 2009: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM Convention Center, Exhibit Hall BC, Second Floor Organizer: Curtis R. Thompson Are Wheat Seeding Rates Important in Soft Red Winter Wheat?.
Jason Kelley Univ. of Arkansas Steven Sheets Univ. of Arkansas Coop. Ext. Service A Nitrogen Rate of Return Calculator for Wheat, Barley and Canola in Manitoba.
John Heard Manitoba, Gov. of Rigas Karamanos Viterra Wheat Response to Foliar Applications of Copper and Zinc.
Brian Olson Kansas State Univ. Evaluation of the Agronomic Performance and Grain Quality of Organic Certified Varieties and Hybrids.
Peter Thomison Ohio State Univ. Deborah Stinner Ohio State Univ. Joseph Lauer Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison Leslie Freehill Iowa State Univ. Lori Abendroth Iowa State Univ. Roger Elmore Iowa State Univ. Allen Geyer Ohio State Univ. Richard Minyo Ohio State Univ. Virginia On-Farm Testing Program.
David Holshouser Wade Thomason T. Keith Balderson

4. ARS | Publication Request: Vertical Distribution Of Rotylenchulus Reniformis In
Kirkpatrick, T ARKANSAS COOP EXT SERVICE Lawrence, L - MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIV Lee, G - GEORGIA COOP EXT SERVICE Mcgawley, E - LOUISIANA STATE UNIV
http://www.ars.usda.gov/research/publications/publications.htm?seq_no_115=173905

5. Abstract: Conducting Standardized County Agent Corn And Grain Sorghum Hybrid Str
Kevin W. Lawson, Univ. of Arkansas Coop. Ext. Service, Little Rock, AR and Jason Kelley, Cooperative Extension Service, Univ. of Arkansas, Little Rock, AR
http://a-c-s.confex.com/crops/2009am/webprogram/Paper55919.html
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Conducting Standardized County Agent Corn and Grain Sorghum Hybrid Strip Trials.
Tuesday, November 3, 2009 Convention Center, Exhibit Hall BC, Second Floor Kevin W. Lawson , Univ. of Arkansas Coop. Ext. Service, Little Rock, AR and Jason Kelley, Cooperative Extension Service, Univ. of Arkansas, Little Rock, AR Presentations
  • 2008 Arkansas Corn and Grain Sorghum Standardized County Hybrid Trials Poster.pdf (1.1 MB)
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    6. ACase Study Ofthe Cow Size And Production Efficiency Relationship
    University of Arkansas Coop. Ext. Service, Little Rock, AG969-4-06. Hogan, R. et al. 2006b. University of Arkansas Coop. Ext. Service, Little Rock, AG-970-4-06.
    http://arkansasagnews.uark.edu/545-43.pdf

    7. SAEA Annual Meetings Program
    Paul E. Cooper, Univ. of Arkansas Coop. Ext. Service Farmer Perceptions on Adopting Precision Farming Technologies in Tennessee Burton C. English, University of Tennessee
    http://www.saea.org/meetings/2001/program/program.html
    Southern Agricultural Economics Association
    Annual Meetings
    Program
    January 28 31, 2001 SAEA OFFICERS: President President-Elect Director Director Director Secretary/Treasurer
    Past-President Editors Hal Harris William Park Steve Halbrook Michael Dicks Kimberly Jensen Robert Nelson
    J. Walter Prevatt Mary Marchant Charles Moss
    James Seale, Jr.
    Note: All rooms are in the Renaissance
    Worthington Hotel
    Sunday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
    Registration
    Outside Trinity Ballroom Sunday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
    Ag Econ Quiz Bowl Trinity Central Sunday 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. SAEA Executive Board Meeting Treaty Oak Sunday 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. SAAS Board Meeting Post Oak Sunday 4:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. SAAS General Session "Serving a Changing Food System" Multi-disciplinary Symposium Sponsored by the Farm Foundation and SAEA Grand Ballroom Sunday 7:00 pm. - 8:00 p.m. SAAS Reception Sponsored by Southern Farm Bureau Life Insurance Affiliates Grand Ballroom Sunday 2:00 p.m. Tuesday 5:00 p.m. Selected Posters Trinity Ballroom Foyer
    Poster Presentations will be Tuesday 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 Noon

    8. NETC08 Session 1022 - Extension Collaborative Wiki
    Led By Ed Erwin, Technical Support Manager, Univ. of Arkansas, Cooperative Extension Service Nina Boston, Director of Information Technology, Univ. of Arkansas, Coop. Ext. Service
    http://collaborate.extension.org/wiki/NETC08_session_1022
    • Public sites Wikis Content Tools and People Moodle
      NETC08 session 1022
      From Extension Collaborative Wiki
      Jump to: navigation search Main Page NETC08 presentations ... NETC08 presentations schedule NETC08 session 1022 Session Name: Reshaping IT Technical Support
      Session Number:
      Location:
      Pinehurst
      Day and Time: Thursday, 10:45 - 11:30 am
      Format: Presentation
      Topic: Technical Support
      Level: Advanced
      Session Abstract:
      In 1998 the technical support we were able to provide to our county offices began to suffer. The exponential growth in the number of computers in the field, the growth in web-based applications, and the loss of support positions made it essential that we come up with a new way of providing support to our end-users. As of 2005 we had two District Trainers for the entire state who were constantly on the road to help counties with their computer problems. Sometimes counties would have to wait weeks for a support person to help them. We had no central place for end-users to call about problems, so sometimes they fell by the wayside. This led to a proposal by Nina Boston, our IT Director, that we create a call center which would be the central hub for all our tech support activities. We formed an internal committee to come with recommendations on how to accomplish this.

    9. Public Meeting On The Broadband Initiatives In The
    Telephone Company Bob Mouser Harrison AR Tyronza Delta Consultants, Inc Tommy Davis Earle AR Tyronza Delta Consultants, Inc Albert Jones Earle AR University of Arkansas Coop Ext Service Mark
    http://www.broadbandusa.gov/files/7-29 Edits Broadband_Registration_AR.pdf

    10. PRESENTATIONS
    Arkansas Coop. Ext. Service. Sept., 1986. Little Rock, AR. (Invited presentation). Whitetailed deer habitat needs in bottomland hardwood forests.
    http://www.clemson.edu/for/guynn_presentations.doc
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    11. Natural Resources Extension Professionals Conference
    Lessons Learned from Watershed Education in Arkansas Mike B. Daniels, Tom Riley, Mike Hamilton, and Quentin Hornsby, University of Arkansas Coop. Ext. Service, Little Rock, AR
    http://conference.ifas.ufl.edu/nrep/
    This conference has concluded the information is provided here to assist you in
    planning for your attendance at future conferences.
    3rd Natural Resource
    Extension Professionals
    Conference
    Revolutionizing or Evolutionizing
    Extension Programming?
    June 2-5, 2002 The Naples Beach Hotel and Golf Club
    Naples, Florida

    PDF Print Version of Conference Program and Abstracts
    S ITE I NDEX Introduction Pre-conference Activities Programmatic Themes Submission of Revised ... For Further Information Introduction Conference Theme
    The Cooperative Extension Service was established to provide a non-traditional approach of applying research knowledge to help resolve community issues. Extension has developed a strong tradition and an excellent reputation for serving the same clientele base extremely well. However, this tradition is now preventing Extension from effectively addressing many other issues that have emerged during the past century. The theme to be explored during this conference is whether another rapid (revolutionary) or a more gradual (evolutionary) rate of change should occur to make Extension more relevant in todays communities and the role of natural resource extension programming in this revision. Who Should Attend Natural resource extension professionals and those who work with or would like to partner with these educators in environmental education, fisheries, wildlife, range, forestry, forest products, toxicology, ecotourism, water conservation and quality, sea grant, public policy, nature interpretation, watershed planning, ecological economics, rural development and other related disciplines. The primary audience consists of three groups: 1) Extension personnel at state 1862, 1890 and 1994 Land Grant Institutions (county faculty, county directors, district directors, specialists, department chairs, state program leaders and state directors); 2) National program leaders, and other staff with the USDA Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service; 3) Natural resource educators from other governmental agencies and private not-for-profit organizations.

    12. Western Coordinating Committee Petition
    Texas A M Agricultural Research Extension Center Pittenger, Dennis R. 20 80 0 University of California Horticulture Robbins, Jim 25 75 0 University of Arkansas Coop. Ext. Service
    http://www.lgu.umd.edu/lgu_v2/pages/attachs/355_Petition.PDF

    13. PDG P-Cards On Campus Conference 2007
    Umpqua Community College Purchasing Agent Roseburg OR Attendee UNC Greensboro Asst VC for Business Services Greensboro NC Attendee Univ of Arkansas Coop Ext Service A/P Supervisor Little
    http://www.prodev.com/conferences/cards/2008/2007_Pcards_attendees.pdf

    14. NETC08 Presentations - Thursday May 1 - Extension Collaborative Wiki
    Led By Ed Erwin, Technical Support Manager, Univ. of Arkansas, Cooperative Extension Service Nina Boston, Director of Information Technology, Univ. of Arkansas, Coop. Ext. Service
    http://collaborate.extension.org/wiki/NETC08_presentations_-_Thursday_May_1

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