Agricultural advisors in four Midwestern states (Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, and Nebraska) were surveyed (via email) in February 2013 about their climate risk perceptions, climate change beliefs, and willingness to use climate information. This survey was a f...
Chad Laux, Assistant Professor from the Technology, Leadership, & Innovation Department at Purdue University interviews Coty Back from the Indiana Department of Agriculture and Future Farmers of America regarding careers paths in agriculture.
The purpose of this experiment is to determine the spectral separability of spring wheat and other cover types common to western North Dakota. These include: fallow, oats, barley, and winter wheat. These data were collected as a part of the LACIE Field Mea...
The objective of this experiment is to determine if various small grains can be discriminated from each other based on their spectral reflectance. The experiment includes spring wheat, durum wheat, oats, and barley. This experiment is an expansion of the s...
The objective of this factorial experiment was to quantify the effects on spectral response of the major variables affecting wheat growth, development and yield. The factors and levels of each factor were: (1) Soil Moisture, Wheat and Fallow in 1976, (2) V...
Anthropogenic factors, including the spread of endocrine-disrupting chemicals, have been linked to alterations in the reproductive physiology, morphology, and behavior of wildlife. Few studies of endocrine disruption, however, focus on secondary sexual tra...
Chad Laux, Assistant Professor from the Technology, Leadership, & Innovation Department at Purdue University interviews Darren Zink, Strategic Accounts Manager from Brock Grain Systems regarding career opportunities for students in Engineering Technology a...
The bioeconomy is a significant contributor to the Indiana economy and faces challenges to due to globalization, consumer choice, and rising population. The bioeconomy of food security, defined by consistent nutrition for public health, is a global challen...
Advanced Technical Education Agriculture Bioeconomy Consumer Science Engineering Education Engineering Technology Engineering Technology Pathways Engineering Technology Summit 2013 Food Security National Science Foundation NSF Grant: 105582 Nutrition
Chad Laux Assistant Professor of Technology, Leadership, & Innovation Department, Purdue University Andrew Fife, Process Engineer, Indiana Kitchen
Agriculture Engineering Technology Engineering Technology Pathways Engineering Technology Summit 2013 Entrepreneurship Industrial Engineering Learning Community National Science Foundation NSF Grant: 105582
Student success is often defined by academics and the higher education institution. Craig Miller, Professor Computer Graphics Technology at Purdue University provides a professional development workshop that incorporates professional activities and how stu...
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