- Graduate Education
- Ph.D. - Texas A&M University, 1992
- Courses Taught
- SCSC 444/644 - Forage Ecology and Management (3,0) Credits-3: Investigation of multidisciplinary approaches toward the development of integrated forage, livestock, and wildlife production systems that are economically feasible and environmentally sustainable. Prerequisite: Junior or senior classification or approval of instructor. Spring semester.
As the Soil and Crop Sciences Extension Unit administrator my responsibilities include working with the department head and Extension Associate Director for State Operations to implement strategic initiatives for Extension statewide. I lead the unit through planning and coordination of Extension outreach across the state, and in developing the unit annual budget. I conduct annual performance reviews of Extension faculty, reporting on behalf of the unit and other administrative needs as necessary. I am also responsible for the development of faculty positions and the hiring of new faculty.
I manage an endowed Bennett Trust program in the Edwards Plateau, continue to serve in the capacity of an Extension forage specialist, and teach one class in the spring semester.