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Mingla Charoenmuang

Youth Development and Agricultural Education 

  • Graduate Research Assistant
765.496.1152
Agricultural Administration Building Room 221
615 West State Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2053

Graduate Student Profile
Mingla Charoenmuang is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Youth Development and Agricultural Education. She is very passionate about sustainable food systems and food security topics. Mingla started her professional career as an assistant field instructor in Northern Thailand and has since broadened her interest in sustainable food systems education by accumulating experiences through teaching outdoor education and working on organic farms in Indiana and Vermont. Before joining Purdue, Mingla served as the Community Food Systems Coordinator through AmeriCorps VISTA program at Vermont Technical College. She ran various projects to fight against poverty and to improve environmental conditions through promoting food systems education. In the summer of 2017, she developed three youth programs for ages 2-10 with a local church in the Greater Lafayette area to teach children about climate change and gardening skills. 

Education Degree(s)
MA Environmental Education Goshen College
BS Environmental Science Chulalongkorn University

Professional Activities
Graduate Teaching Assistant for The Nexus of Food & Nutritional Security, Hunger, and Sustainability (Fall 2017)
Graduate Teaching Assistant for Science of Foods for Health (Fall 2016)  

Research Interest 
Mingla’s research interests include food and environment education in STEM classrooms and the development of systems thinking skills.

Funding Sources
Assistantship
 
Advisors
 Dr. Neil A. Knobloch

Youth Development and Agricultural Education, 615 West State Street, West Lafayette, IN 47907 USA, (765) 494-8423

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