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Career Experiences - S3 E02 #TeachAgTalks: November 2019

Thank you for tuning in to #TeachAgTalks! Details of this Episode: In this episode, Justin Kurtz had the amazing opportunity to sit down with Ms. Laurel Paxton-Rush and Ms. Courtney Cowden! They discussed a variety of opportunities through the Pennsylvania State Conservation Commission and the Pennsylvania Beef Council. Links to some of these resources are below! Courtney Cowden's email contact (PA Beef Council Director of Quality Assurance)- ccowden@pabeef.org More information on Pennsylvania Beef Council and Beef Quality Assurance: https://www.pa-bqa.org/resources Resources shared by Ms. Laurel Paxton-Rush: PA State Envirothon: https://www.envirothonpa.org/ PA Grassland Evaluation Contest: http://swprojectgrass.com/grassland-evaluation-contest.html PA Conservation Commission: https://www.agriculture.pa.gov/Plants_Land_Water/StateConservationCommission/Pages/default.aspx It was an absolute pleasure to get to talk to these two and we are thankful for all the resources they shared with us! Be sure to check out teachagpsu.blogspot.com and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more publications from @TeachAgPSU! Want to see what else is going on in PA Agricultural Education? If you’re not already on the Tuesday Teach Ag Topics email blast send us an email at teachag@psu.edu. #TeachAgTalks is supported by the Center for Professional Personnel Development in Agricultural Education. The Center is dedicated to the empowerment of all educators to advance the food, fiber, and natural resources industry through student success! Theme Music Adapted From: Android Sock Hop Kevin MacLeod USUAN1700060 Kevin-9-1 – Android-sock-hop License: creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

18 MIN2019 NOV 26
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Career Experiences - S3 E02 #TeachAgTalks: November 2019

Justin Kurtz - S3 E01 #TeachAgTalks: September 2019

Thank you for tuning in to the September episode of #TeachAgTalks! Details of this Episode: To kick off the third season of #TeachAgTalks, we are hoping to receive some feedback from our listeners as to how we can improve! If you have feedback for us, please fill out the following link: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=RY30fNs9iUOpwcEVUm61Lp7wQUSP2c1Nvpuv8JaJG_pUOVM3TTJaRDVDNFJRTjRBTDFGSzJRQkszWi4u As we start this new season, we are bringing you some more backstory to one of our #TeachAgTalks team members, our editor Justin Kurtz! Feel free to tune in to a life chat about agricultural education and how it has impacted Justin’s decision to be an agricultural educator. Be sure to check out teachagpsu.blogspot.com and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more publications from @TeachAgPSU! Want to see what else is going on in PA Agricultural Education? If you’re not already on the Tuesday Teach Ag Topics email blast send us an email at teachag@psu.edu. #TeachAgTalks is supported by the Center for Professional Personnel Development in Agricultural Education. The Center is dedicated to the empowerment of all educators to advance the food, fiber, and natural resources industry through student success! Theme Music Adapted From: Android Sock Hop Kevin MacLeod USUAN1700060 Kevin-9-1 – Android-sock-hop License: creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

29 MIN2019 SEP 30
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Justin Kurtz - S3 E01 #TeachAgTalks: September 2019

Huzaimi - S2 E10 #TeachAgTalks: August 2019

Thank you for tuning in to the August episode of #TeachAgTalks! Details of this Episode: Student teaching can be a difficult and daunting task. This month, we were joined by Mr. Huzaimi Mazlan, a Universiti Teknologi Malaysia student who completed his student teaching experience this past spring with Mr. Carson Letot at Montague High School in Michigan. While this experience was challenging at times, Huzaimi shares how he has grown from this experience and some interesting stories as well! Be sure to check out teachagpsu.blogspot.com and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more publications from @TeachAgPSU! Want to see what else is going on in PA Agricultural Education? If you’re not already on the Tuesday Teach Ag Topics email blast send us an email at teachag@psu.edu. #TeachAgTalks is supported by the Center for Professional Personnel Development in Agricultural Education. The Center is dedicated to the empowerment of all educators to advance the food, fiber, and natural resources industry through student success! Theme Music Adapted From: Android Sock Hop Kevin MacLeod USUAN1700060 Kevin-9-1 – Android-sock-hop License: creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

24 MIN2019 AUG 28
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Huzaimi - S2 E10 #TeachAgTalks: August 2019

Jacob Kinzer - S2 E09 #TeachAgTalks: July 2019

Thank you for tuning in to the July episode of #TeachAgTalks! Details of this Episode: This month, we had the opportunity to discuss the role of FFA State Officers with a recently retired Pennsylvania FFA State Officer, Mr. Jacob Kinzer. He shared perspective on his year of service, a glimpse of what retirement is like, and some advice for students considering running for state office in the future. This interview also featured some humorous moments, so check it out! For more information on the Pennsylvania FFA Association, follow this link: https://www.paffa.org/ Be sure to check out teachagpsu.blogspot.com and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more publications from @TeachAgPSU! Want to see what else is going on in PA Agricultural Education? If you’re not already on the Tuesday Teach Ag Topics email blast send us an email at teachag@psu.edu. #TeachAgTalks is supported by the Center for Professional Personnel Development in Agricultural Education. The Center is dedicated to the empowerment of all educators to advance the food, fiber, and natural resources industry through student success! Theme Music Adapted From: Android Sock Hop Kevin MacLeod USUAN1700060 Kevin-9-1 – Android-sock-hop License: creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

36 MIN2019 JUL 31
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Jacob Kinzer - S2 E09 #TeachAgTalks: July 2019

National Dairy Month (Robert Gabel) - S2 E08 #TeachAgTalks: June 2019

Thank you for tuning in to the June Episode of #TeachAgTalks! Details of this Episode: June is National Dairy Month, but sadly, the dairy industry is struggling across the country and in Pennsylvania. In this episode, we got to hear from Robert Gabel, a former dairy farmer in Newport, Pennsylvania, and the father of our podcast host Thomas Gabel. Mr. Gabel shared his perspective on the dairy and agricultural industries and provided some insight into some struggles and potential solutions to the issue at hand. For more information on the Pennsylvania Dairy industry, check out the Center for Dairy Excellence’s website! http://centerfordairyexcellence.org/ Be sure to check out teachagpsu.blogspot.com and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more publications from @TeachAgPSU! Want to see what else is going on in PA Agricultural Education? If you’re not already on the Tuesday Teach Ag Topics email blast send us an email at teachag@psu.edu. #TeachAgTalks is supported by the Center for Professional Personnel Development in Agricultural Education. The Center is dedicated to the empowerment of all educators to advance the food, fiber, and natural resources industry through student success! Theme Music Adapted From: Android Sock Hop Kevin MacLeod USUAN1700060 Kevin-9-1 – Android-sock-hop License: creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

33 MIN2019 JUN 25
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National Dairy Month (Robert Gabel) - S2 E08 #TeachAgTalks: June 2019

Jon Seaman - S2 E07 #TeachAgTalks: May 2019

Thank you for tuning in to the May Episode of #TeachAgTalks! Details of this Episode: Competition can foster growth and innovation, as well as serve as a fantastic motivator. Knowing this, the Penn State Center for Professional Personnel Development has unveiled a new STEM Challenge, with this year’s challenge focusing on the invasive spotted lanternfly. In this episode, we were able to hear from Mr. Jon Seaman, a programs manager at the Center, and discuss the intricacies of the STEM Challenge and his perspective on career and technical education. Be sure to check out teachagpsu.blogspot.com and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more publications from @TeachAgPSU! Want to see what else is going on in PA Agricultural Education? If you’re not already on the Tuesday Teach Ag Topics email blast send us an email at teachag@psu.edu. #TeachAgTalks is supported by the Center for Professional Personnel Development in Agricultural Education. The Center is dedicated to the empowerment o...

24 MIN2019 MAY 29
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Jon Seaman - S2 E07 #TeachAgTalks: May 2019

Penn State Ag Day - S2 E06 #TeachAgTalks: April 2019

Thank you for tuning in to the April Episode of #TeachAgTalks! Details of this Episode: Every year the Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences and the Penn State Ag Advocates host Ag Day on the Berkey Creamery Lawn. At this event more than 40 student organizations associated with the College of Agricultural Sciences to engage in exhibitions and presentations. Students from any background are invited to stop by Ag Day and check out all of the cool stations set up by these student organizations. In this episode, #TeachAgTalks field correspondent Ms. Libby Baker-Mikesell was able to capture some interviews from Ag Day attendees and participants. We were also able to sit down with Mr. Justin Kurtz, the editor of #TeachAgTalks, and discuss his role at Ag Day with the Literacy, Education, and Agricultural Development (LEAD) Society at Penn State. Be sure to check out teachagpsu.blogspot.com and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more publications from @TeachAgPSU! Want to see what ...

20 MIN2019 MAY 1
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Penn State Ag Day - S2 E06 #TeachAgTalks: April 2019

Dr. OP McCubbins - S2 E05 #TeachAgTalks: March 2019

Thank you for tuning in to the March Episode of #TeachAgTalks! Details of this Episode: Technology continues to change and evolve over time, as does classroom instruction and techniques. In this episode, we discussed immersive technology with Dr. OP McCubbins, an assistant professor in the department of Agricultural Leadership, Education, and Communications at Texas A&M University. If you would like to hear more about immersive technology from Dr. McCubbins himself, connect with him on his Twitter (@opmccubbins). Be sure to check out teachagpsu.blogspot.com and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more publications from @TeachAgPSU! Want to see what else is going on in PA Agricultural Education? If you’re not already on the Tuesday Teach Ag Topics email blast send us an email at teachag@psu.edu. #TeachAgTalks is supported by the Center for Professional Personnel Development in Agricultural Education. The Center is dedicated to the empowerment of all educators to advance the food, ...

21 MIN2019 MAR 26
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Dr. OP McCubbins - S2 E05 #TeachAgTalks: March 2019

Roger Thurow - S2 E04 P2 #TeachAgTalks: February 2019

Thank you for listening to this second installment of our February Episode of #TeachAgTalks! Details of this episode: In this episode we were able to hear the second half of a fantastic discussion with Roger Thurow, a former correspondent for the Wall Street Journal and now a senior fellow for the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. He is also the author of what he deems as the real Hunger Games Trilogy including: ENOUGH: Why the World’s Poorest Starve in an Age of Plenty, The Last Hunger Season: A Year in an African Farm Community on the Brink of Change, and his most recent book, The First 1,000 Days: A Crucial Time for Mothers and Children—and the World. He also was the keynote speaker for the 2019 Global Learning in Agriculture Conference (#GLAG19), with the live event hosted at Penn State! We were able to sit down and discuss agricultural development, food insecurity and his personal mantra to "Outrage and Inspire". Thank you for tuning in to this two part installment of #Teach...

19 MIN2019 FEB 23
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Roger Thurow - S2 E04 P2 #TeachAgTalks: February 2019

Roger Thurow - S2 E04 P1 #TeachAgTalks: February 2019

Thank you for listening to this first installment of our February Episode of #TeachAgTalks! Details of this episode: In this episode we were able to hear the first half of an interview with Roger Thurow, a former correspondent for the Wall Street Journal and now a senior fellow for the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. He is also the author of what he deems as the real Hunger Games Trilogy including: ENOUGH: Why the World’s Poorest Starve in an Age of Plenty, The Last Hunger Season: A Year in an African Farm Community on the Brink of Change, and his most recent book, The First 1,000 Days: A Crucial Time for Mothers and Children—and the World. He also was the keynote speaker for the 2019 Global Learning in Agriculture Conference (#GLAG19), with the live event hosted at Penn State! To hear the second part of this interview, make sure to check in to the next episode of #TeachAgTalks! Be sure to check out teachagpsu.blogspot.com and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more publicat...

16 MIN2019 FEB 16
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Roger Thurow - S2 E04 P1 #TeachAgTalks: February 2019

Latest Episodes

Career Experiences - S3 E02 #TeachAgTalks: November 2019

Thank you for tuning in to #TeachAgTalks! Details of this Episode: In this episode, Justin Kurtz had the amazing opportunity to sit down with Ms. Laurel Paxton-Rush and Ms. Courtney Cowden! They discussed a variety of opportunities through the Pennsylvania State Conservation Commission and the Pennsylvania Beef Council. Links to some of these resources are below! Courtney Cowden's email contact (PA Beef Council Director of Quality Assurance)- ccowden@pabeef.org More information on Pennsylvania Beef Council and Beef Quality Assurance: https://www.pa-bqa.org/resources Resources shared by Ms. Laurel Paxton-Rush: PA State Envirothon: https://www.envirothonpa.org/ PA Grassland Evaluation Contest: http://swprojectgrass.com/grassland-evaluation-contest.html PA Conservation Commission: https://www.agriculture.pa.gov/Plants_Land_Water/StateConservationCommission/Pages/default.aspx It was an absolute pleasure to get to talk to these two and we are thankful for all the resources they shared with us! Be sure to check out teachagpsu.blogspot.com and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more publications from @TeachAgPSU! Want to see what else is going on in PA Agricultural Education? If you’re not already on the Tuesday Teach Ag Topics email blast send us an email at teachag@psu.edu. #TeachAgTalks is supported by the Center for Professional Personnel Development in Agricultural Education. The Center is dedicated to the empowerment of all educators to advance the food, fiber, and natural resources industry through student success! Theme Music Adapted From: Android Sock Hop Kevin MacLeod USUAN1700060 Kevin-9-1 – Android-sock-hop License: creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

18 MIN2019 NOV 26
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Career Experiences - S3 E02 #TeachAgTalks: November 2019

Justin Kurtz - S3 E01 #TeachAgTalks: September 2019

Thank you for tuning in to the September episode of #TeachAgTalks! Details of this Episode: To kick off the third season of #TeachAgTalks, we are hoping to receive some feedback from our listeners as to how we can improve! If you have feedback for us, please fill out the following link: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=RY30fNs9iUOpwcEVUm61Lp7wQUSP2c1Nvpuv8JaJG_pUOVM3TTJaRDVDNFJRTjRBTDFGSzJRQkszWi4u As we start this new season, we are bringing you some more backstory to one of our #TeachAgTalks team members, our editor Justin Kurtz! Feel free to tune in to a life chat about agricultural education and how it has impacted Justin’s decision to be an agricultural educator. Be sure to check out teachagpsu.blogspot.com and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more publications from @TeachAgPSU! Want to see what else is going on in PA Agricultural Education? If you’re not already on the Tuesday Teach Ag Topics email blast send us an email at teachag@psu.edu. #TeachAgTalks is supported by the Center for Professional Personnel Development in Agricultural Education. The Center is dedicated to the empowerment of all educators to advance the food, fiber, and natural resources industry through student success! Theme Music Adapted From: Android Sock Hop Kevin MacLeod USUAN1700060 Kevin-9-1 – Android-sock-hop License: creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

29 MIN2019 SEP 30
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Justin Kurtz - S3 E01 #TeachAgTalks: September 2019

Huzaimi - S2 E10 #TeachAgTalks: August 2019

Thank you for tuning in to the August episode of #TeachAgTalks! Details of this Episode: Student teaching can be a difficult and daunting task. This month, we were joined by Mr. Huzaimi Mazlan, a Universiti Teknologi Malaysia student who completed his student teaching experience this past spring with Mr. Carson Letot at Montague High School in Michigan. While this experience was challenging at times, Huzaimi shares how he has grown from this experience and some interesting stories as well! Be sure to check out teachagpsu.blogspot.com and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more publications from @TeachAgPSU! Want to see what else is going on in PA Agricultural Education? If you’re not already on the Tuesday Teach Ag Topics email blast send us an email at teachag@psu.edu. #TeachAgTalks is supported by the Center for Professional Personnel Development in Agricultural Education. The Center is dedicated to the empowerment of all educators to advance the food, fiber, and natural resources industry through student success! Theme Music Adapted From: Android Sock Hop Kevin MacLeod USUAN1700060 Kevin-9-1 – Android-sock-hop License: creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

24 MIN2019 AUG 28
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Huzaimi - S2 E10 #TeachAgTalks: August 2019

Jacob Kinzer - S2 E09 #TeachAgTalks: July 2019

Thank you for tuning in to the July episode of #TeachAgTalks! Details of this Episode: This month, we had the opportunity to discuss the role of FFA State Officers with a recently retired Pennsylvania FFA State Officer, Mr. Jacob Kinzer. He shared perspective on his year of service, a glimpse of what retirement is like, and some advice for students considering running for state office in the future. This interview also featured some humorous moments, so check it out! For more information on the Pennsylvania FFA Association, follow this link: https://www.paffa.org/ Be sure to check out teachagpsu.blogspot.com and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more publications from @TeachAgPSU! Want to see what else is going on in PA Agricultural Education? If you’re not already on the Tuesday Teach Ag Topics email blast send us an email at teachag@psu.edu. #TeachAgTalks is supported by the Center for Professional Personnel Development in Agricultural Education. The Center is dedicated to the empowerment of all educators to advance the food, fiber, and natural resources industry through student success! Theme Music Adapted From: Android Sock Hop Kevin MacLeod USUAN1700060 Kevin-9-1 – Android-sock-hop License: creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

36 MIN2019 JUL 31
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Jacob Kinzer - S2 E09 #TeachAgTalks: July 2019

National Dairy Month (Robert Gabel) - S2 E08 #TeachAgTalks: June 2019

Thank you for tuning in to the June Episode of #TeachAgTalks! Details of this Episode: June is National Dairy Month, but sadly, the dairy industry is struggling across the country and in Pennsylvania. In this episode, we got to hear from Robert Gabel, a former dairy farmer in Newport, Pennsylvania, and the father of our podcast host Thomas Gabel. Mr. Gabel shared his perspective on the dairy and agricultural industries and provided some insight into some struggles and potential solutions to the issue at hand. For more information on the Pennsylvania Dairy industry, check out the Center for Dairy Excellence’s website! http://centerfordairyexcellence.org/ Be sure to check out teachagpsu.blogspot.com and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more publications from @TeachAgPSU! Want to see what else is going on in PA Agricultural Education? If you’re not already on the Tuesday Teach Ag Topics email blast send us an email at teachag@psu.edu. #TeachAgTalks is supported by the Center for Professional Personnel Development in Agricultural Education. The Center is dedicated to the empowerment of all educators to advance the food, fiber, and natural resources industry through student success! Theme Music Adapted From: Android Sock Hop Kevin MacLeod USUAN1700060 Kevin-9-1 – Android-sock-hop License: creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

33 MIN2019 JUN 25
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National Dairy Month (Robert Gabel) - S2 E08 #TeachAgTalks: June 2019

Jon Seaman - S2 E07 #TeachAgTalks: May 2019

Thank you for tuning in to the May Episode of #TeachAgTalks! Details of this Episode: Competition can foster growth and innovation, as well as serve as a fantastic motivator. Knowing this, the Penn State Center for Professional Personnel Development has unveiled a new STEM Challenge, with this year’s challenge focusing on the invasive spotted lanternfly. In this episode, we were able to hear from Mr. Jon Seaman, a programs manager at the Center, and discuss the intricacies of the STEM Challenge and his perspective on career and technical education. Be sure to check out teachagpsu.blogspot.com and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more publications from @TeachAgPSU! Want to see what else is going on in PA Agricultural Education? If you’re not already on the Tuesday Teach Ag Topics email blast send us an email at teachag@psu.edu. #TeachAgTalks is supported by the Center for Professional Personnel Development in Agricultural Education. The Center is dedicated to the empowerment o...

24 MIN2019 MAY 29
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Jon Seaman - S2 E07 #TeachAgTalks: May 2019

Penn State Ag Day - S2 E06 #TeachAgTalks: April 2019

Thank you for tuning in to the April Episode of #TeachAgTalks! Details of this Episode: Every year the Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences and the Penn State Ag Advocates host Ag Day on the Berkey Creamery Lawn. At this event more than 40 student organizations associated with the College of Agricultural Sciences to engage in exhibitions and presentations. Students from any background are invited to stop by Ag Day and check out all of the cool stations set up by these student organizations. In this episode, #TeachAgTalks field correspondent Ms. Libby Baker-Mikesell was able to capture some interviews from Ag Day attendees and participants. We were also able to sit down with Mr. Justin Kurtz, the editor of #TeachAgTalks, and discuss his role at Ag Day with the Literacy, Education, and Agricultural Development (LEAD) Society at Penn State. Be sure to check out teachagpsu.blogspot.com and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more publications from @TeachAgPSU! Want to see what ...

20 MIN2019 MAY 1
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Penn State Ag Day - S2 E06 #TeachAgTalks: April 2019

Dr. OP McCubbins - S2 E05 #TeachAgTalks: March 2019

Thank you for tuning in to the March Episode of #TeachAgTalks! Details of this Episode: Technology continues to change and evolve over time, as does classroom instruction and techniques. In this episode, we discussed immersive technology with Dr. OP McCubbins, an assistant professor in the department of Agricultural Leadership, Education, and Communications at Texas A&M University. If you would like to hear more about immersive technology from Dr. McCubbins himself, connect with him on his Twitter (@opmccubbins). Be sure to check out teachagpsu.blogspot.com and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more publications from @TeachAgPSU! Want to see what else is going on in PA Agricultural Education? If you’re not already on the Tuesday Teach Ag Topics email blast send us an email at teachag@psu.edu. #TeachAgTalks is supported by the Center for Professional Personnel Development in Agricultural Education. The Center is dedicated to the empowerment of all educators to advance the food, ...

21 MIN2019 MAR 26
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Dr. OP McCubbins - S2 E05 #TeachAgTalks: March 2019

Roger Thurow - S2 E04 P2 #TeachAgTalks: February 2019

Thank you for listening to this second installment of our February Episode of #TeachAgTalks! Details of this episode: In this episode we were able to hear the second half of a fantastic discussion with Roger Thurow, a former correspondent for the Wall Street Journal and now a senior fellow for the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. He is also the author of what he deems as the real Hunger Games Trilogy including: ENOUGH: Why the World’s Poorest Starve in an Age of Plenty, The Last Hunger Season: A Year in an African Farm Community on the Brink of Change, and his most recent book, The First 1,000 Days: A Crucial Time for Mothers and Children—and the World. He also was the keynote speaker for the 2019 Global Learning in Agriculture Conference (#GLAG19), with the live event hosted at Penn State! We were able to sit down and discuss agricultural development, food insecurity and his personal mantra to "Outrage and Inspire". Thank you for tuning in to this two part installment of #Teach...

19 MIN2019 FEB 23
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Roger Thurow - S2 E04 P2 #TeachAgTalks: February 2019

Roger Thurow - S2 E04 P1 #TeachAgTalks: February 2019

Thank you for listening to this first installment of our February Episode of #TeachAgTalks! Details of this episode: In this episode we were able to hear the first half of an interview with Roger Thurow, a former correspondent for the Wall Street Journal and now a senior fellow for the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. He is also the author of what he deems as the real Hunger Games Trilogy including: ENOUGH: Why the World’s Poorest Starve in an Age of Plenty, The Last Hunger Season: A Year in an African Farm Community on the Brink of Change, and his most recent book, The First 1,000 Days: A Crucial Time for Mothers and Children—and the World. He also was the keynote speaker for the 2019 Global Learning in Agriculture Conference (#GLAG19), with the live event hosted at Penn State! To hear the second part of this interview, make sure to check in to the next episode of #TeachAgTalks! Be sure to check out teachagpsu.blogspot.com and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more publicat...

16 MIN2019 FEB 16
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Roger Thurow - S2 E04 P1 #TeachAgTalks: February 2019
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