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NAEAA 2018 at Tarleton State University (Stephenville, TX)

Preliminary Conference Schedule and Registration

June 4-6 (Pre-conference Session on the 3rd)

Pre Conference:  Sunday June 3rd - Program Assessment Workshop 2-6pm.
•        Monday June 4th - Conference all day (8 am-6pm)-On campus
•        Tuesday June 5th - Tour Day. Tentative stops include: Tarleton State Ag
Farm/Equine Center, Dublin Bottling Company (home of Dr Pepper!),          
Teskey’s Saddle Shop, cutting horse training facilities, Equi-Brand, Inc., and        
Fossil Rim Wildlife Center for their afternoon tour and catered dinner (planning
on Texas BBQ).
•        Wednesday June 6th: Conference (8am- 12 pm).


Monday Sessions

Session 1 – What is our Impact?  A sharing and discussion time to identify our
individual and collective impact on our internal and external communities and
audiences.

Session 2 – Innovations and Best Practices in Teaching, Learning and
Assessment

•        THE STATE OF STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES IN UNDERGRADUATE
EQUINE PROGRAMS. B.S. Perron, C. Estepp, R.K. Splan; Department of Animal
Science, Sul Ross State University, Alpine, Texas
•        DEVELOPMENT OF A COMMON ASSIGNMENT AND RUBRIC TO
EVALUATE STUDENT LEARNING THROUGH DIVERSE HIGH IMPACT
EXPERIENCES. A.G. Parks, C.E. Huntington, & C.L. Bratcher; Auburn University
Department of Animal Sciences
•        YOU ARE HERE: USING COURSE MAPS IN EQUINE COURSES. S. L.
Mastellar ▪ Ohio State ATI
•        USING PEER EVALUATION TO IMPROVE AWARENESS IN EQUITATION
COURSES. L.G. Wood Southern Utah University
•        FITNESS AND BMI ASSESSMENT:  PARAMETERS TO INCREASE SAFETY
AND REDUCE LIABILITY RISK. T. Clausen, Centenary University
•        BCS REVISITED – USING BODY CONDITION SCORING TO ENSURE
HEALTH OF A RIDING HERD.  K. Guay, Tarleton State University
•        UNWANTED HORSES: NAVIGATING THIS DIFFICULT ISSUE WITH
UNDERGRADUATE EQUINE CLASSES. A.S. Biddle PhD and A. Renzetti VMD,
University of Delaware, Newark, DE
•        TEACHING ON EMERGING TOPICS: EQUINE HERDA. C. Stutz, B.S.1,
L. Gentry, Ph.D. 1, R. McConnico, D.V.M. 1, and N. Walker, Ph.D.2; 1Louisiana
Tech University, Ruston, LA, 2Louisiana State University School of Veterinary
Medicine, Baton Rouge, LA

Session 3 – Experiential Learning

•        LONG-TERM IMPACTS OF STUDY ABROAD ON  STUDENT LEARNING
OUTCOMES. Waite, K.L., T.A. Fabus, J.A. Kiesling, and C.D. Skelly. Department
of Animal Science. Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan 48824
•        INCORPORATION OF EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING FOR DISASTER
RESPONSE FOR ANIMAL AND EQUINE SCIENCE STUDENTS, VETERINARY
STUDENTS, VETERINARIANS, AND OTHER ANIMAL STAKE-HOLDER GROUPS
STRENGTHENS OVERALL COMMUNITY RESILIENCE.  RS McConnico1,
NH Walker2, C Navarre2, L Gentry1, M Mirza3, Louisiana Tech University1,
Ag Center, Louisiana State University2, School of Veterinary Medicine, Louisiana
State University3
•        ENHANCING HANDS-ON SKILLS THROUGH ON SITE “EXPERIENCE
CLASSES”. K. Munz, Centenary University, Hackettstown, NJ
•        MANAGING A ROTATIONAL GRAZING SITE IMPROVES STUDENT
KNOWLEDGE OF PASTURE MANAGEMENT. J. K. Suagee-Bedore, Sam Houston
State University, S. J. Hebrock, The Ohio State University
•        THE EXPERIENCE 360 PROGRAM Experiential Learning as an Integral
Piece of the Equine Curriculum.  C.Kieschnick, Delaware Valley University
•        KEMI APPROACHING 20 YEARS – LESSONS LEARNED FOR INTERNSHIP
BEST PRACTICES.  L. Janecka.  Kentucky Equine Management Internships,
Lexington, KY.  

Session 4 – Working with the ‘New Entrant’.

•        PROVIDING AN EQUINE EXPERIENCE WITH NO EQUINE PROGRAM. M.L.
Kibler and J. Earing, Illinois State University
•        CREATING AUTHENTIC, TRANSFERABLE SKILLS FOR THE COLLEGIATE
EQUINE STUDENT & HOW TO MEASURE CURRICULUM SUCCESS. E. Johnson;
University of New Hampshire, L. Chapman-Bosco; University of New Hampshire
•        DEVELOPING EQUINE PROFESSIONALS THROUGH SCAFFOLDED
INSTRUCTION.  K. C. Munns, Utah State University
•        FOSTERING VISIBLE LEARNING IN AN INTERACTIVE, BEST PRACTICE
BASED CLASSROOM FOR IMPROVED STUDENT SUCCESS. M. DAVIDSON,
COLLEGE OF CENTRAL FLORIDA,  J. DOWNER, COLLEGE OF CENTRAL
FLORIDA
•        CHALLENGES AND INNOVATIONS FOR A HORSE HANDLING AND SAFETY
COURSE – 10 YEARS EXPERIENCE.  J Downer and M Davidson, College of
Central Florida, Ocala

Session 5 – Careers:  Trends and Forecasts in Career Opportunities for
Graduates.  Panel discussion with industry professionals.

Session 5 is followed by a networking session including local refreshments


Tuesday – Tour Day!

Wednesday Sessions (8:30-Noon)

Session 6- Program Sustainability

A LOOK AT CURRENT TRENDS IN PROGRAM ENROLLMENT – K. Bump, Cornell
Cooperative Extension, T. Williams, The Right Program for U.

Approaches to Broadening Program Reach:

•        POSITIVE PROGRAM EXPOSURE: THE HORN “UN-TOOT-ETH”.  E.A.
Greene, University of Arizona
•        RIDE UTAH! A THERAPEUTIC EQUINE EXPERIENCE.  KH Hoopes,
Utah State University
•        THE HORSE AS HEALER – VETERAN’S PROGRAMS – TBA
•        THE HORSE AS CORPORATE TRAINER – TBA
Best practices in Fundraising:
•        Speakers TBA


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