Thanks to all who volunteered to serve on the four transformation implementation teams. We had more volunteers than openings but encourage you to stay engaged as the teams work through their charges. Please contact any team member if you would like to provide input.
Frequently Asked Questions
The newly created Organizational Transformation Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page is a place for you to get answers regarding the transformation of Extension, as well as an opportunity for discussion and to ask your own questions. Commenting is enabled to further discuss amongst peers. You are invited to submit your questions via the email address provided on the FAQ page; Scott Reed will address these questions individually.
The webinar is available online: view the recorded July 23, 2010 webinar
For additional information, please visit: http://extension.oregonstate.edu/internal/organizational-transformation
Keith Diem, Admin (co-leader)
Chris LaBelle, Outreach Education/EESC (co-leader)
Lucas Turpin, ECTU
Dana Martin, Deschutes
Karen Zimmerman, Outreach Education/EESC
Sam Angima, Lincoln
Marilyn Lesmeister, 4-H
Rob Emanuel, Tillamook
Anita Azarenko, Horticulture
Jim Johnson, Forestry (co-leader)
Willie Riggs, Klamath (co-leader)
Jeff Hino, Lifelong Learning
Beth Emshoff, Metro
Sandy Reichhuber EESC
Marcia Dickson, Admin
Dave White, Deschutes
Marc Braverman, FCH (co-leader)
Pamela Rose, Marion County (co-leader)
Shawn Morford, Warm Springs
Brian Tuck, Wasco County
Bill Klug (ECAN, Washington County)
Mark Anderson-Wilk, Educational Outreach/EESC
Sean Rowe, Extension Sea Grant
Patrick Proden, Washington (co-chair)
Phil Hamm, Hermiston (co-chair)
Tim Deboodt, Crook
Doug Hart, Admin
Amy Peters, Coos
Donita Roseboro, Marion/Yamhill
Bill Braunworth, Ag
Lynette Black, Wasco
Jim Fitzpatrick, ECAN
Much of the library services on the library homepage (http://library.oregonstate.edu) work the same whether you are on or off campus. But, if you are not in Corvallis and would like to be reminded of what additional services you have available to you, use the “Ecampus” view of the library home page (see example 1).
This will take you to a view of the library homepage that assumes you are off campus (see example 2). The URL does not change in this process. Until you opt for another view (I’d recommend “Faculty” if you are on campus), each time you return to the library website, it will know you want the Ecampus view.
This year's OSUEA Cooperator's Awards and the Friends of Extension will be presented during the Outreach and Engagement Strategic Conference in November.
Submit a nomination
This is an excellent way to support your local volunteer or business in your community or in the state that, year after year, has made a significant contribution to your office, program or to Extension as a whole? Applications are only two pages long. Tell us why your nominee should be considered for the award. Please submit applications by October 1, 2010.
Award Criteria OSUEA Cooperator's Awards: view judging criteria and past winners on the OSUEA web page (http://oregonstate.edu/dept/osuea), click on Cooperator Awards.
Friends of Extension: for criteria please contact Joy Jones at: Joy . Jones (at) oregonstate . edu
About OSUEA Cooperator Awards
Presented by Oregon State University Extension Association, categories of recognition are: Individuals with fewer than 10 years of service Individuals with 10 years or more of service Businesses or organizations (no time limit) Return nominations to John . Williams . 1 (at) oregonstate . edu by the end of the day October 1, 2010.
About ESP - FRIEND OF EXTENSION Awards
Presented by Epsilon Sigma Phi chapter to a non-Extension (lay) person, company or organization and is designed to recognize truly outstanding support and personal involvement in Extension efforts. Epsilon Sigma Phi chapter is allowed to nominate and present up to three candidates for national recognition. Writing Nominations Please write nominations like a letter of recommendation, not like an article for a scientific journal. When reviewers read your nomination, you want them to say "Of course we'll recognize this person!"
Please submit nominations to: Joy . Jones (at) oregonstate . edu
The deadline is: October 1, 2010
Congratulations goes to the following faculty, staff, volunteers and clientele who recently received awards of recognition.
Mike Bondi, Clackamas County, will receive the National Cooperative Extension Award of Excellence at the Annual Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities meeting in November.
Carlea Freeman, executive assistant to the associate provost for OSU Outreach and Engagement, is this year’s winner of the Karel J.H. Murphy Professional Faculty Leadership and Service Award. Sponsored by OSU’s PFLA.
Barbara Brody, Anna-Marie Chamberlain, Malheur County and Scott Jensen (UofI) - Ranchers Feeding Kids - Extension Education Division – Western Region Winner
Chanda Engel, Klamath County – Adaptation Of Brassica Spp. And Fodder Radishes As Late Season Forages In The High Desert Region Of Oregon - Applied Research Division – Western Region Winner
Randy Mills, Umatilla County - Effects Of Late Gestation Supplementation Of Beef Cows On Cow And Calf Performance – Applied Research – Western Region, 2nd Place
Each year, University Outreach and Engagement recognizes outstanding contributions by faculty, staff and partners that significantly advance the mission of outreach and engagement through the presentation of Vice Provost Awards for Excellence. The awards luncheon was held December 15th at OSU CH2MHill Alumni Center for the awardees and their nominators, department heads, deans and/or vice provosts and guests.
This year two special awards were given recognizing the work of the:
Also honored at the award luncheon were three Extension faculty receiving Recognition for Government Service:
Visit the O&E website to see the 2011 award winners, as well as winners from previous years. http://outreach.oregonstate.edu/awards/award-recipients
Awards are given in the following categories:
2. Strategic Impact
3. Program Support
· On-line Teaching Innovation—Credit-based
· On-line Teaching Innovation—Non Credit
· Partnerships Innovation—Meritorious work with other public or private organizations or individuals
This month there are "30 Minute Sessions" on a several topics including a quick way to find Extension educational materials, writing for online audiences for Moodle or webpages, and getting started in Second Live. Give us 30 minutes and we'll teach you something useful!
In addition there are a few 60 Minute sessions on a more indepth topic and for discussions including the first in a series on Google App Engine, Ask an Expert Widgets & discussion, and the monthly Question Wrangler meetup.
These sessions will be held at our Web Conferencing Center: http://connect.extension.iastate.edu/learn.
Plan to join the session 5 minutes before the starting time.
Second Life is an immersive 3-D virtual online environment, free to the public, and used by educators from around the world for teaching and collaboration. eXtension will help you get started by providing space, training, and technical assistance.
Instructions for entering Second Life are at www.thynkalittle.com or http://collaborate.extension.org/wiki/Cooperative_Extension_Second_Life_Educators LuAnn Phillips, eXtension Virtual Worlds Coordinator, is available to assist you in world, and can be reached at email@example.com, by instant message to Thynka Little in Second Life, or at www.thynkalittle.com
August Second Life Events:
Add these dates & topics to your calendar, and plan to join us on for one or more of these sessions in August!
TO PARTICIPATE in any of the sessions held in our Web Conferencing Center...
If you or a colleague would like to get notices about upcoming professional development sessions offered by eXtension, go to https://people.extension.org/communities/learn and Click "Join Community.
Module One ~ Cultural Awareness
Module Two ~ Cultural Understanding
Module Three ~ Gathering Cultural Knowledge
Module Four ~ Cultural Interaction
Module Five – Intercultural Sensitivity
Congratulations to Grandpa Sandy Macnab! Sandy and Mary Anne became first time grandparents when Jennifer and Drew Brost welcomed Anna Elizabeth on July 11, just hours short of Grandpa’s birthday. Mom, dad and new baby are well.
Paul Heikkila, retired Coos County Sea Grant agent, broke his neck from a fall on his boat. Good news is he is home in a neck brace and if things heal as planned, he will not need surgery. You can send a card to Paul at 786 South 1st St., Coquille, OR 97423
Beverly Craig, retired Gilliam & Curry Counties staff chair, died July 9th in Chattanooga, TN.
Provided by: UABC-HR