Agriculture Institute of Florida and industry stakeholders Lunch and Learn with the PIE Center

The UF/IFAS Center for Public Issues Education in Agriculture and Natural Resources partnered with the Agriculture Institute of Florida on September 7 to present a workshop on the effective use of video in communication. Workshop participants learned about PIE Center research, including research on the right channel, frame, and source when communicating with...
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Annual report: Media and outreach

The PIE Center made significant impacts on media and outreach throughout the 2016 and 2017 fiscal year. These activities and channels of communication delivered significant research findings to various audiences, including scientists, Extension professionals and the public. Faculty, staff and students with the PIE Center are committed to disseminating relevant...
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Annual report: Awards and recognition

The PIE Center made significant accomplishments over the past year. Faculty, staff, and graduate students were honored with the following awards: Greatest Unit Accomplishment,  Department of Agricultural Education and Communication UF Critical Thinking Inventory, Tracy Irani and Alexa Lamm Journal of Applied Communication Article of the Year Alexa Lamm, Courtney...
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Annual report: Professional development

The PIE Center is committed to improving practices, training, and communication to better serve stakeholders and audiences. PIE Center staff members participated in the following activities to improve skills and knowledge in their unique roles. Qualtrics Insight Summit Research coordinators Sandra Anderson and Cassie Wandersee attended the 2017 Qualtrics Insight...
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Annual report: Impacting Florida

Partnering with Center for Landscape Conservation and Ecology The PIE Center partners with the Center for Landscape Conservation and Ecology to promote a better understanding of environmental issues. Alexa Lamm, associate professor of agricultural education and communication, has worked with Laura Warner, a researcher with CLCE and assistant professor of...
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