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Colleen M Brady

Agricultural Sciences Education and Communication 

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

Animal Sciences 

  • Courtesy Professor of Animal Sci
  • Courtesy Assoc Professor of Animal Sci

Awards & Honors

(2017) Outstanding Journal Article. Journal of Agricultural Education.

(2015) Outstanding Educator Equine Science Society.

(2014) HorseQuest Community of Practice. Equestrian Social Media Awards Finalist.

(2010) Outstanding Graduate Advisor. Department of Youth Development and Agricultural Education.

(2009) Outstanding Graduate Student Educator. Dept. YDAE-Purdue University.

(2008) HorseQuest Community of Practice. Communication Award in Recognition of Excellence in Use of Communications Media- National Association of County Agricultural Agents.

(2004) Outstanding Undergraduate Teacher. Department of Youth Development and Agricultural Education.

Selected Publications

Brady, C. M. (2018). Locus of control and human behavior as a preemptive predictor for good welfare in working horses. International Society of Equitation Science.

Cloutier, S., Brady, C. M., Gaskill, B. N., & O'Haire, M. E. (n.d.). Laboratory animal welfare and human attitudes: A cross-sectional survey on heterospecific play or “rat tickling" PLOS 1, 14(8). doi:https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0220580

Allen, E. C., Lofgren, E. A., & Brady, C. M. (2019). Digital Seanchai: Using Digital Storytelling to Assess Outcomes of a Study Abroad Course. NACTA, 63(1).

Voigt, M., Hiney, K., Croney, C. C., Waite, K., Borron, A. S., & Brady, C. M. (2016). Show Horse Welfare: The Viewpoints of Judges, Stewards, and Show Managers. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science, 19(2), 183-197. doi:10.1080/10888705.2015.1121816

Lofgren, E. A., Allen, E. C., & Brady, C. M. (2017). Opinion by discipline: a content analysis of attitudes and perceptions regarding equine training techniques in an online discussion forum. International Society of Equitation Science.

Rice, B. M., & Brady, C. M. (2017). Field test of an instrument to identify youth perceptions of equine welfare issues among common training practices. International Society of Equitation Science.

Lofgren, E. A., Tucker, M. A., Voigt, M. A., & Brady, C. M. (2017). Demographic characteristics influencing perceptions of the equine welfare through the lens of the Five Freedoms. Equine Science Society.

Brady, C. M., & Lewandowski, J. A. (2016). Factors Impacting Student Interest in an Online Module on Equine Learning Theory. International Society of Equitation Science.

Tucker, M. A., Rice, B. M., Voigt, M. A., & Brady, C. M. (2017). Does Discipline Matter? An Analysis of Equine Welfare Perceptions and Beliefs in the Context of Horse Show Participation. Equine Science Society.

Voigt, M. A., Russell, M. A., Hiney, K., Richardson, J. C., Borron, A. S., & Brady, C. M. (2015). Show Horse Welfare: Evaluating Stock-Type Show Horse Industry Legitimacy. Journal of Agricultural & Environmental Ethics, 28(4), 647-666. doi:10.1007/s10806-015-9548-9

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