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Colleen M Brady

Agricultural Sciences Education and Communication 

  • Professor of Agricultural Sciences Education and Communication
765.494.8433
765.496.1152
Lilly Room 3-233
915 W State Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2054

Animal Sciences 

  • Courtesy Professor of Animal Sci

 General Information

Faculty Profile
Dr. Brady is a Horse Extension Specialist, who focuses her engagement work toward youth and adults working with horses. Dr. Brady’s research interest is in better understanding human perspectives and drivers related to equine well-being, and then the implementation of distance learning strategies to enhance care, management and well-being of horses. Dr. Brady collaborates with Equine Extension Specialists nationally as a member of the Leadership team for Extension Horses, Inc. (www.extensionhorses.org), and eXtension HorseQuest, and internationally with the International Society of Equitation Science (www.equitationscience.com).

Education
PhD, Animal Science, Michigan State University, 1999
MS, Animal Science, Michigan State University, 1995
BS, Animal Science, Michigan State University, 1992
AAS, Animal Health Technology, University of Minnesota-Waseca- 1987
AAS, Horse Management, University of Minnesota-Waseca-1987

Department Responsibilitis
Extension Governance Committee Chair
ASEC Graduate Committee Member


Courses Taught
ASEC 64400- Graduate Seminar
ANSC 10200- Introduction to Animal Science and Industry
ASEC 290/ANSC 294- The Horse Industry and Extension in Europe- Study Abroad course
ASEC 33100- The Role of Horses in Human Culture and Society
ANSC 44000- Horse Management


Professional Service
Education Officer International Society of Equitation Science (2016-present)


Research Interests
Distance learning as a delivery method for informal STEM education
Equine and animal science, with an emphasis on understanding human factors impacting animal well-being.


Grants & Projects
2014-“Online Education Resources to Enhance Horse Care and Management” United States Equestrian Trust
2010-“Enhancing Science Capacity in Introductory Animal, Plant and Food Sciences Courses” USDA/NIFA
2010-“Training STEAM Educators to Teach Applied and Advanced Topics in Animal Genetics” USDA/CSREES
2010- “Indiana 4-H Science Academy” National 4-H Council
2009- “Web based learning modules to Enhance Science Learning in Agriscience Classrooms” USDA/CSREES

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