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Learning And Power In International Farmer Exchanges, Stephen August Lauer Jan 2013

Learning And Power In International Farmer Exchanges, Stephen August Lauer

Graduate Theses and Dissertations

The "Bridging the Gap" program provides an opportunity to explore the relationships between learning and power in international agricultural development partnerships. A USAID-funded partnership between Iowa State University and Volunteer Efforts for Development Concerns, this farmer-to-farmer program sent groups of Iowan women farmers to Uganda to teach Ugandan women farmers with the objectives that Ugandans would move from subsistence to commercial farming and that both groups would benefit from the cultural exchange. Data were collected primarily through semi-structured qualitative interviews of 28 Ugandan farmers, 7 Iowan farmers, and several program staff, and were analyzed using a grounded-theory approach. This thesis ...


Educational Needs Of Managers Of Agricultural Cooperatives , Clarence Dean Johnson Jan 1971

Educational Needs Of Managers Of Agricultural Cooperatives , Clarence Dean Johnson

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

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Board Of Trustees September 17, 1964, University Of Maine System Sep 1964

Board Of Trustees September 17, 1964, University Of Maine System

Corporate Records

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Board Of Trustees June 5, 1964, University Of Maine System Jun 1964

Board Of Trustees June 5, 1964, University Of Maine System

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Board Of Trustees June 8, 1963, University Of Maine System Jun 1963

Board Of Trustees June 8, 1963, University Of Maine System

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Factors Causing Non-Completion Of Registration At Utah State Agricultural College During The School Year 1955-56, Richard J. Barney May 1956

Factors Causing Non-Completion Of Registration At Utah State Agricultural College During The School Year 1955-56, Richard J. Barney

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

The prospective student who has been accepted and who fails to arrive on the college campus despite his apparent intentions presents a problem to secondary school principals as well as to college officials. Non-arrivals are common on the admissions records of every college or university. (14) Alden B. Threasher reports admissions attrition percentages ranged from 3 percent to 55 percent with averages of 27 percent to 46 percent in a study of 58 institutions grouped by type.