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Articles co-authored by FR educators published in scholarly journals

Four University of Minnesota Extension educators in family resiliency recently saw the publication of articles they co-authored in scholarly journals. Here are the details:

Rebecca Hagen Jokela is a co-author of “Connecting Program Design to Curriculum: A Succession Planning Curriculum Example,” published in the Journal of the National Extension Association of Family & Consumer Sciences. Her fellow authors are Michael Reichenbach, U of M Extension educator in forestry; Deborah Giraud, farm and community development advisor emeritus at University of California Cooperative Extension; and Mary Sisock, associate professor in forestry at the University of Vermont.

Kathleen Olson and Silvia Alvarez de Davila are co-authors of “Development and Evaluation of a Parent-Engagement Curriculum to Connect Latino Families and Schools,” published in the Journal of Extension. Their fellow authors are Ghaffar “Ali” Hurtado, assistant professor and Extension specialist at the University of Maryland (formerly with U of M Extension), and Victoria Campoverde, cultural liaison at Columbia Heights Public School in Columbia Heights, Minnesota.

Lori Hendrickson and Sara Croymans are co-authors of “Using the RE-AIM Framework to Evaluate Disaster Recovery Videos,” published in the Journal of Human Sciences and Extension. Their fellow author is Sarah Cronin, a U of M doctoral candidate studying counseling and student personnel psychology in the Educational Psychology department.

Congratulations to all!
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