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Dr Knobloch Named Outstanding Ag Educator

Dr Neil Knobloch
Neil Knobloch

Neil Knobloch received the national Outstanding Agricultural Educator Award from the American Association for Agricultural Education (AAAE).

Knobloch has made outstanding contributions to agricultural education over the last 18 years, which have affected the quality of life of PK-20 students and teachers by applying scientific principles of learner-centered education to engage in solving grand challenges facing agriculture, food, and natural resources. Since earning his Ph.D. in Human and Community Resource Development at The Ohio State University in 2002, he has taught and researched Agricultural STEM Education systems and chairs the College of Agriculture PK-12 Engagement Council. He is the co-director of the Mentoring@Purdue program that promotes best practices to recruit and retain woman and underrepresented minorities in agricultural STEM majors.

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