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Ua66/5 Newsletter, Wku Agriculture Oct 2002

Ua66/5 Newsletter, Wku Agriculture

WKU Archives Records

Newsletter created by WKU Agriculture Department re: faculty/staff, students/alumni, student organizations and clubs and donors.


Healthy School Food Policies: A Checklist, Mark Vallianatos Oct 2002

Healthy School Food Policies: A Checklist, Mark Vallianatos

UEP Faculty & UEPI Staff Scholarship

No abstract provided.


2002 Scholars And Artists Bibliography, Michael Schwartz Library, Cleveland State University, Friends Of The Michael Schwartz Library Oct 2002

2002 Scholars And Artists Bibliography, Michael Schwartz Library, Cleveland State University, Friends Of The Michael Schwartz Library

Scholars and Artists Bibliographies

This bibliography was created for the annual Friends of the Michael Schwartz Library Scholars and Artists Reception, recognizing scholarly and creative achievements of Cleveland State University faculty, staff and emeriti


Ua1b1/7 Groundbreaking Complex For Engineering & Biological Sciences, Western Kentucky University Aug 2002

Ua1b1/7 Groundbreaking Complex For Engineering & Biological Sciences, Western Kentucky University

WKU Archives Records

Invitation to the Complex for Engineering & Biological Sciences groundbreaking.


Ua1b1/7 Groundbreaking For Complex For Engineering & Biological Sciences, Wku Office Of Event Planning Aug 2002

Ua1b1/7 Groundbreaking For Complex For Engineering & Biological Sciences, Wku Office Of Event Planning

WKU Archives Records

Program for the Complex for Engineering & Biological Science groundbreaking ceremony.


Red Rock Desert Learning Center & Wild Horse And Burro Facility: Oliver Ranch Feasibility Study, Yosemite National Institutes Aug 2002

Red Rock Desert Learning Center & Wild Horse And Burro Facility: Oliver Ranch Feasibility Study, Yosemite National Institutes

Oliver Ranch Project

Yosemite National Institutes, a private, non-profit national environmental education leader, has been running successful residential science programs in national parks for 30 years in partnership with the National Park Service. The mission of YNI is to provide educational adventures in nature's classroom to inspire a personal connection to the natural world and responsible actions to sustain it. Early in 2000 in Las Vegas, a new organization, the Outside Las Vegas Foundation (OLVF), was forming. The OLVF is dedicated to preserving the federal public lands surrounding Las Vegas, enriching the experience of its visitors, enhancing the quality of life for ...


Food Storage, Rodents And Hantavirus, Charlotte Brennand Aug 2002

Food Storage, Rodents And Hantavirus, Charlotte Brennand

All Current Publications

No abstract provided.


Methods To Evaluate And Predict Student Success In Introduction To Animal Science At Western Kentucky University, Matthew Deppe Aug 2002

Methods To Evaluate And Predict Student Success In Introduction To Animal Science At Western Kentucky University, Matthew Deppe

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

Outcomes assessment is the process of determining student progress in a class or academic program. Students, (n = 306), from six freshman-level introductory animal science classes at Western Kentucky University (WKU) were given subjective and objective evaluation instruments on the first and last day of class. Students self evaluated competencies on each of forty-nine course outcomes using a scale of 1-100. Twenty-one demographic questions were also answered. Students were given the same 50-question examination following completion of the subjective assessment on the first and last day of class. Student high school performance measures including the American College Test scores (ACT), percentile ...


We Want To Play Too, Peter J. Titlebaum, Kate Brennan, Tracy Chynoweth May 2002

We Want To Play Too, Peter J. Titlebaum, Kate Brennan, Tracy Chynoweth

Health and Sport Science Faculty Publications

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires that persons with disabilities be integrated to the maximum extent possible, and that these persons cannot be excluded from participation. Intramural directors need to be proactive in this area. The benefits of intramural sports are vast, and they help many students become part of the college community.

Forming an alliance with the Disability Services on campus, the first step, is the most vital aspect of making these programs successful. It is important to remember the difference between what can be done and what must be done. Even with the best of intentions, it ...


Food Safety Of Beef - From The Farm To The Table, Charlotte Brennand, Kevin Heaton May 2002

Food Safety Of Beef - From The Farm To The Table, Charlotte Brennand, Kevin Heaton

All Current Publications

No abstract provided.


Ua3/9/5 4th Annual Biodiversity Conference, Wku President's Office Apr 2002

Ua3/9/5 4th Annual Biodiversity Conference, Wku President's Office

WKU Archives Records

Remarks made by WKU president Gary Ransdell at the 4th annual Biodiversity Conference.


Atrazine And Non-Atrazine Herbicide Comparisons In No-Till Corn, Fred Roeth, Alex Martin Jan 2002

Atrazine And Non-Atrazine Herbicide Comparisons In No-Till Corn, Fred Roeth, Alex Martin

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

Although not all herbicides were completely effective in this study, various ones performed well, including atrazine and non-atrazine treatments. The atrazine treatments cost less than most other treatments. The sequential application strategy was consistently better than a single application because the postemergence followup treatment controlled the escapes and second flushes. Single treatments were at a disadvantage in that regard; however, several preemergence, non-atrazine herbicide treatments were noteworthy in their performance.


Creating A Strong Family: American Family Strengths Inventory, John Defrain Jan 2002

Creating A Strong Family: American Family Strengths Inventory, John Defrain

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

The six qualities of strong families in America are discussed and a checklist is provided to help families identify their strengths as well as areas where they could grow stronger.


Fungicide Spray Schedule For Home Garden Small Fruits, John E. Watkins, Jennifer L. Chaky Jan 2002

Fungicide Spray Schedule For Home Garden Small Fruits, John E. Watkins, Jennifer L. Chaky

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

Growing fruit at home requires a sound integrated pest management approach to controlling diseases and insects.


Fungicide Spray Schedule For Home Garden Tree Fruits, Jennifer L. Chaky, John E. Watkins Jan 2002

Fungicide Spray Schedule For Home Garden Tree Fruits, Jennifer L. Chaky, John E. Watkins

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

This NebFact describes the use of integrated pest management in the growing of fruit trees.


Ec830 Costs Of Cattle Fencing For Grazing Areas, Roger K. Wilson, Richard T. Clark Jan 2002

Ec830 Costs Of Cattle Fencing For Grazing Areas, Roger K. Wilson, Richard T. Clark

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

Information, data tables and worksheet to help estimate the cost of cattle fencing for grazing areas.

Discussion of fencing options and related costs for cattle in grazing areas. Fence contractors across the state were surveyed in 2002 to determine approximate costs for various scenarios. A worksheet can help an individual estimate the cost of the fencing system being considered.


Nf518 Management Of Phytophthora Diseases Of Soybeans, Loren J. Giesler, Jane A. Christensen, Christopher M. Zwiener Jan 2002

Nf518 Management Of Phytophthora Diseases Of Soybeans, Loren J. Giesler, Jane A. Christensen, Christopher M. Zwiener

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

Phytophthora diseases of soybean, present wherever soybeans are grown, is outlined in this NebFact.


G02-1464 West Nile Virus - Getting Prepared, Grasso M. Ebako, Sheila Scheideler, Wayne Kramer, Ron J. Johnson, David R. Smith, Del Wilmot, David J. Steffen Jan 2002

G02-1464 West Nile Virus - Getting Prepared, Grasso M. Ebako, Sheila Scheideler, Wayne Kramer, Ron J. Johnson, David R. Smith, Del Wilmot, David J. Steffen

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

This NebGuide provides background information and answers to commonly asked questions about this disease. West Nile Virus is spread by mosquitoes and affects birds (mostly Corvidae such as crows, blue jays and magpies), horses, and people. As West Nile Virus appears in neighboring states, the threat of diagnosing a case in Nebraska becomes more likely.


G02-1443 Care Of Veterinary Vaccine Syringes, Dicky D. Griffin, Steve Ensley, David R. Smith, Grant Dewell, Marilyn Buhman Jan 2002

G02-1443 Care Of Veterinary Vaccine Syringes, Dicky D. Griffin, Steve Ensley, David R. Smith, Grant Dewell, Marilyn Buhman

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

This NebGuide explains the basics of veterinary vaccine syringe cleaning and care.

Inadequately cleaned vaccine syringes are often responsible for localized infections associated with vaccination. Swellings around the injection site is common, especially when killed vaccines such as clostridial bacterins are given subcutaneously. Generally, these swellings can be considered good evidence that the animal is developing a proper immune response, but if the injection site swelling is greater than a small hen's egg, the swelling may be due to infection and should be examined.


Nf02-542 West Nile Virus Guidelines For Horse Owners, Kathleen P. Anderson Jan 2002

Nf02-542 West Nile Virus Guidelines For Horse Owners, Kathleen P. Anderson

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

West Nile Virus (WNV) is a mosquito-borne virus that can cause encephalitis (inflammation of the brain) or meningitis (inflammation of the lining of the brain and spinal cord) in humans and horses. Mosquitoes that acquire it from infected birds transmit the virus.


Creating A Strong Family: Strengthening Families And Communities In Times Of Crisis And Uncertainty, John Defrain Jan 2002

Creating A Strong Family: Strengthening Families And Communities In Times Of Crisis And Uncertainty, John Defrain

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

Strong families rise above crisis by working together toward a common goal. Perhaps we can all find a common vision in the world, one that recognizes the universal need for safety, security and positive human connection. Perhaps we can understand both our own personal tragedies and at the same time understand the global tragedy we all contribute to by not striving in the coming months and years to create a peaceful world community.


Drinking Water: Chloramines Water Disinfection In Omaha Metropolitan Utilities District, Sharon Skipton, Bruce I. Dvorak Jan 2002

Drinking Water: Chloramines Water Disinfection In Omaha Metropolitan Utilities District, Sharon Skipton, Bruce I. Dvorak

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

Bacteria and other disease-causing organisms in drinking water can cause intestinal infections, dysentery, and a variety of other illnesses. Water disinfection reduces disease-causing organisms and prevents the transmission of disease. This publication discusses the disinfection process used by Metropolitan Utilities District and how it will change in 2002.


Drought-Stressed Corn, Thomas Dorn, Bruce Anderson, Richard J. Rasby Jan 2002

Drought-Stressed Corn, Thomas Dorn, Bruce Anderson, Richard J. Rasby

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

This NebFact details how to identify drought stress in corn, its effect on potential yield and how to maximize economic return from drought-damaged corn.


Backyard Wildlife - Bird Houses And Shelves, Ron J. Johnson Jan 2002

Backyard Wildlife - Bird Houses And Shelves, Ron J. Johnson

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

Providing bird houses and shelves can be a fun and rewarding part of a wildlife program. It doesn't matter where you live - in an apartment, townhouse, or single family dwelling in a town, a suburb, or the country, you can attract birds by providing the proper nesting structure. Birds such as black-capped chickadees, purple martins, or bluebirds are cavity nesters and can benefit from bird houses. Other birds like the American robin and the barn swallow will use open nesting structures. A well-built house that is durable, rainproof, cool, and easy to clean can add to the attractiveness of ...


Nf523 Teens Making Choices: Practice Is Important, Rosalie Bakken Jan 2002

Nf523 Teens Making Choices: Practice Is Important, Rosalie Bakken

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

This publication helps adults develop a strategy to help teens learn how to make good decisions.

Today's youth are put into situations where they must make important, often split-second decisions about things like cigarette or alcohol use, breaking laws, or whether to join in activities that are hurtful - or helpful and respectful - of others. We all hope that our youth will not hesitate to do the right thing in these situations.

Adults can help prepare youth to make good, healthy choices. Kids and teens learn best through practice, so give youth chances to practice making decisions under your guidance ...


Nf522 Teens Making Choices: Involvement Is Important, Rosalie Bakken Jan 2002

Nf522 Teens Making Choices: Involvement Is Important, Rosalie Bakken

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

This publication offers ideas to adults who want to help their teens learn how to make good decisions.

As tomorrow's leaders, teens need to know how to make safe, thoughtful and wise decisions. They need to have a sense of values to guide their decisions. They also need the skills and the confidence to stand up for decisions they know are right. Parents and other adults can help teens develop these qualities by asking them to take part in important family, school and community activities. This gives youth the chance to work with adult leaders and learn from them ...


Nf521 Teens Making Choices: Communication Is Important, Rosalie Bakken Jan 2002

Nf521 Teens Making Choices: Communication Is Important, Rosalie Bakken

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

This publication helps adults understand how teens make decisions and how to teach teens to make good decisions.

Today's youth are faced with many tough choices about behaviors, values and goals. Some choices have long-term consequences, and we all hope our youth will make wise decisions, especially when the future is at stake.

Adults can help prepare youth to make good, healthy choices. Open communication is vital to healthy parent- child relationships. The following tips may help you communicate with your adolescent about decision-making. A good starting point is to think about your own teenage years.


Our Relationship....And Managing The Farm/Business, Kathy Bosch Jan 2002

Our Relationship....And Managing The Farm/Business, Kathy Bosch

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

When couples manage or own a farm, ranch or other business, they face many challenges. Often these challenges or obstacles are not anticipated.


Our Relationship....And Parenting, Kathy Bosch Jan 2002

Our Relationship....And Parenting, Kathy Bosch

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

Your partner relationship should be considered the basis or center of your family. Therefore, during your parenting years, it is essential that you not neglect your marriage or partnership.


Our Relationship....And Parenting Through Conflict, Kathy Bosch Jan 2002

Our Relationship....And Parenting Through Conflict, Kathy Bosch

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

Even the most compatible, passionate, energetic and loving couple will have conflict at times. Conflict itself is not bad.