Graduate Student Profile
Olamide Bisi-Amosun is a doctoral student in the Department of Youth Development & Agricultural Education. Olamide has experience working on a couple of rural development projects in Nigeria and aspires to a career in international agriculture, with a focus on community development strategies. Currently, Olamide works with her advisor, Dr. Pfeiffer to explain the science-public-policy disconnect on climate impacts among residents of the Greater Lafayette Area. Bisi-Amosun is also a 2017 Next Generation Delegate for the Chicago Council’s Annual Global Food Security Symposium.
BS Agricultural Extension & Rural Development University of Ibadan, Nigeria
MS Agricultural Extension & Rural Development University of Ibadan, Nigeria
Association for International Agricultural & Extension Education (AIAEE)
Rural Sociological Society (RSS)
Black Graduate Student Association (BGSA)
Food Security Issues in Developing Countries; Community Engagement Strategies; Public Engagement & Science.
Food-related Behaviors of Farming Households in Oyo State, Nigeria
Linda J. Pfeiffer, Ph.D. (Chair); Mark A. Russell, Ph.D.; Mark A. Tucker, Ph.D.; Jennifer L. Johnson, Ph.D.