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News article: Rodriguez, Rumble selected for Inaugural CFAES STARS Program Cohort

Dr. Mary Rodriguez, associate professor of community leadership, and Dr. Joy Rumble, assistant professor of agricultural communication, have been selected to participate in the inaugural CFAES STARS Program Cohort. 

News article: Rumble named Ohio State ATI Outstanding Advisor

Congratulations to Dr. Joy Rumble, assistant professor of agricultural communication, for being named the recipient of the Ohio State ATI Outstanding Advisor award.

Rumble advises ACEL students who attend our CFAES Wooster campus and teaches several of our agricultural communication undergraduate and graduate courses at both the Wooster and Columbus campuses.

Rumble joined the ACEL faculty in 2018. She is a three time graduate of Ohio State, which includes a master's degree in agricultural communication from our department.

News article: Faculty and graduate students represent ACEL at virtual NACTA conference

Congratulations to our ACEL faculty and graduate students who represented our department so well at the annual NACTA (North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture) virtual conference held last week.

Dr. Susie Whittington, professor of agriscience education, was announced as the 2020 President-Elect.

Dr. Mary Rodriguez, assistant professor of community leadership, was recognized with a 2020 Educator Award.

Event: ACEL to Extension: Telling the Farm Story

Wednesday, April 22, 2020 Telling the Farm Story - Joy Rumble, PhD and Emily, Buck, PhD REGISTRATION

Event: ACEL to Extension: Stakeholder Identification in Evaluation

Thursday, February 20, 2020 Stakeholder Identification in Evaluation - Joy Rumble, PhD 


Media mention: Future US citrus could be genetically modified

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News article: Specht, Rumble win ACE awards

Two faculty members in the Department of Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership (ACEL) were recognized with awards at the Association for Communication Excellence (ACE) Conference, recently held in Scottsdale, Arizona.   Annie Specht, assistant professor of agricultural communication, received the Award of Excellence in Teaching from ACE.