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					                          ACADEMIC PROGRAM REVIEW
                                  Departmental Section

                                  Department: Agriculture

Names of Individuals Preparing the Report:        Jack Rudolph
                                                  Paul Woosley
                                                  Gabrielle Hunt

   I. Departmental Context

       We offer three degrees in our department, the Associate of Science (AS), Bachelor of
       Science (BS) and the Master of Science (MS) in Agriculture. Within our major, we offer
       concentrations in agribusiness, agricultural education, agronomy, animal science,
       horticulture, turf and golf course management and general agriculture. We also advise a
       pre-forestry curriculum and we have a very successful pre-veterinary medicine program.
       Our associate degree program works well to serve as an entry point for students that
       are unsure about attending college. After completing the AS requirements, students
       choosing to stay can finish their Bachelor’s degree with two additional years without
       lost credits.

       Our Master’s of Science in Agriculture degree program is small but we continue to
       produce graduate students that pursue their terminal degree.

       Over the past 5 years, it has become increasingly clear that our approach to the
       education of our agriculture students needs an adjustment. We have three types of
       students with regard to their attitudes about home, college, and employment. The first
       group of students come to college mostly because they are encouraged to by their
       parents and are going home after graduation regardless of potential job opportunities.
       The second group of students comes to college to change their lives and are going
       where ever the job takes them. The third group is going on to graduate school.

       It appears we do a well in preparing groups two and three, but it is that first group
       where we fall short. Our concerns for this first group have led to more emphasis on the
       farm to dinner table approach. We are building a cheese processing facility to process
       our own milk. We will be making wine from our own grapes this fall (2011) and offering
       our second viticulture class this spring semester. We hope to give the students more
       options after graduation.
II. Departmental Enrollment, Faculty, and Resource Data

A. Student Credit Hours Produced (SCHP)

                                           Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 Fall 2008 Fall 2009
    Total SCHP                                 4,020     4,579     4,000     4,204     4,220
               % on Main Campus                  96%       94%       94%       93%       93%
          % at Regional Campuses                  4%        5%        6%        7%        7%
              % Distance Learning                 0%        1%        0%        0%        0%
            % by Full-time Faculty               90%       99%       96%       97%       89%
            % by Part-time Faculty               10%        1%        4%        3%       11%
                % Undergraduate                  99%       97%       99%       98%       97%
                       % Graduate                 1%        3%        1%        2%        3%
    SCHP is calculated by multiplying the number of students enrolled in a course by the credit hours offered
    for the course. (e.g., 30 students enrolled in a three-credit hour course would be equivalent to 90 SCHP.)
    On-Campus includes courses taught at WKU’s main and south campuses. Extended “Campus includes
    courses taught in Glasgow, Elizabethtown, and Owensboro. Distance Learning includes all other courses,
    including correspondence, Web, KVU, SPAN courses and courses taught at special locations.

   We have very steady SCHP numbers except in the case of 2006. This steady growth is
   due to a poor economy and good recruiting efforts on our part. Students tend to try
   college if the job market is down. The increase in the regional campus is a direct result
   from having a full time person in Glasgow.

B. Average Class Size for Lower Division, Upper Division, and Graduate Courses:

    Number of Graduates:
        Division         Fall 2005              Fall 2006       Fall 2007       Fall 2008       Fall 2009
                Lower            25                     31              30              29              26

                    Upper                14              17              15              16              17

                Graduate                  6               8                4               5               4
    Lower division consists of 0-299 level courses, upper division consists of 300-499 level courses, and
    graduate courses consist of 500+ level courses. All 400G course counts are rolled up under their
    respective master 400-level section. Excludes applied music, coop, independent study, internship,
    correspondence, research, and maintaining matriculation courses.

   Our freshmen classes are always the largest. It is also important to point out that all
   agriculture majors are required to take AGRI 108, Rural Sociology; AGRO 110, Plant
   Science; ANSC 140, Animal Science; and AGMC 170/171, Agricultural Mechanics. The
   smaller number of students in the upper division classes is a direct result of students
   selecting their areas of concentration within the major.
C. Number of Faculty Holding Rank in the Department (budgeted lines and faculty who
   teach.)

          Budgeted FTE
                                Fall 2005       Fall 2006       Fall 2007       Fall 2008        Fall 2009
       Faculty Positions
          Budgeted FTE                   15              16              16                 16          15
    Source: WKU Salary Lists. Department Heads and Optional Retirees count as 0.5 FTE faculty members.



    Full-time Faculty
                                Fall 2005       Fall 2006       Fall 2007       Fall 2008        Fall 2009
    by Rank
    Professor                             4               5               5                  7           6
    Assoc. Professor                      8               6               5                  3           3
    Asst. Professor                       3               4               3                  4           3
    Instructor                            0               2               3                  3           3
    No Rank                               0               0               0                  0           0
    Total Full-time                      15              17              16                 17          15
    Data are taken from Workload and include only full-time faculty in the fall semester.

   It is important to note the number of instructors went from zero in 2005 to three in
   2009. These instructors have allowed the Department to have a full time presents at the
   Glasgow campus and offer a greater variety of courses on the main campus. Having all
   the faculty with terminal degrees would be preferable but just not possible with the
   present economy and the changing needs of our students.

                                         Primary Program(s)
         Faculty Member                                                   Other Program(s) Supported
                                             Supported
       Charles Anderson                    Equine Science                         Animal Science
       Al Bedel (Optional
                                        Agricultural Economics
          Retirement)
     Jenks Britt – (Retired)                  Animal Science              University Farm Veterinarian
     David Coffey (Optional
                                              Rural Sociology                      Study Abroad
          Retirement)
          Roger Dennis                      Horticulture                       Floral Design Center
                                        Agronomy Soil Science
          Becky Gilfillen                                                               USDA
                                           Agronomy Plant                   Leadership Studies – Non
          Linda Gonzales
                                           Science/Forages                        Agriculture
      Elmer Gray (Optional                 Agronomy Plant
                                                                                Graduate Program
          Retirement)                       Science/Crops
                                          Glasgow Campus
           Kristie Guffey                                                     Outreach/Recruitment
                                         General Agriculture
    Gordon Jones (Optional             Pre-Veterinary Medicine                        Advising
           Retirement)                      Animal Science
            John Kessell                Agricultural Education                    Rural Sociology
           Stephen King                 Agricultural Economics
                                                                             Agricultural Mechanics
           Jack Rudolph                    Department Head
                                                                             Agricultural Education
                                        Agricultural Mechanics
           Cris Scudder                                                           University Farm
                                           Animal Science                   Leadership Studies – Non
            Nevil Speer
                                        Agriculture Economics                     Agriculture
      David Stiles (Optional
                                              Animal Science                 Environmental Science
          Retirement)
                                               Horticulture                      Baker Arboretum
           Martin Stone
                                                                                   Pre-Forestry
           Todd Willian                Agronomy Plant Science                       Viticulture
                                       Turfgrass & Golf Course
           Paul Woosley                                                      Agronomy Plant Science
                                            Management


D. Student Credit Hours per Full Time Equivalent Faculty:

           Fall 2005             Fall 2006            Fall 2007             Fall 2008            Fall 2009
                 250                   279                  258                   276                  277
    SCHP is calculated by multiplying the number of students enrolled in a course by the credit hours offered
    for the course. (e.g., 30 students enrolled in a three-credit hour course would be equivalent to 90 SCHP.)
    FTEF is calculated according to WORKLOAD definitions: 1 FTEF = 12 credit hours per semester.

   Our credit hour production has increased and this would in part be due to the additional
   classes taught in Glasgow. Our credit hour production shows a slow but steady increase.

E. FTE Part-time Faculty

           Fall 2005             Fall 2006            Fall 2007             Fall 2008            Fall 2009
                 2.25                  0.50                 0.75                  0.75                 1.00
   FTEF is calculated according to WORKLOAD definitions: 1 FTEF = 12 credit hours per semester.

   We have fewer part-time faculty now than we did in 2005. It would seem that low
   wages could be partly to blame. Any part-time faculty that are teaching for Agriculture
   are doing so because they want to work with students and not for extra money.
   F. Student/Faculty Ratio:

               Fall 2005           Fall 2006           Fall 2007            Fall 2008           Fall 2009
                    16:1                18:1                16:1                 17:1                17:1
       Student/Faculty Ratio is calculated as FTES/FTEF. 1 FTES = Undergraduate SCHP/16 or Graduate SCHP/12.
       FTEF is calculated according to WORKLOAD definitions: 1 FTEF = 12 credit hours per semester.

       Our student to faculty ration has remained almost the same over the past five years.

   G. Total Student Credit Hours Produced in Summer and Winter Terms:


                                 2005             2006             2007              2008             2009
          SUMMER                  188              198              131               173              170

                                 2006             2007             2008              2009             2010
            WINTER                 33               99               83                73               57


III. Qualifications and Credentials of Departmental Faculty

   A. Rank of Full-time Faculty
   B. Number and Overall Percentage of Full-time Faculty with Terminal Degrees in
      Discipline They are Teaching:
   C. List Faculty Holding Rank in the Department who have Non-teaching Assignments (e.g.
      Research, Administrative, Grants) and Provide an Indication of the Nature of the
      Alternate Assignment:

       Sections A, B, and C are summarized in the table below.

                                                 Terminal Degree           Non-teaching Assignments
         Faculty Member            Rank
                                                       (B)                            (C)
        Anderson,
                                Professor                Yes                     Equestrian Team
        Charles
        Bedel, Alvin           Assoc. Prof.              Yes                  Optional Retirement
        Britt, Jenks            Professor                Yes                         Retired
        Coffey, David           Professor                Yes                  Optional Retirement
        Dennis, Roger           Instructor               No                   Floral Design Center
        Gilfillen, Becky        Professor                Yes                      USDA Grants
        Gonzales, Linda         Professor                Yes                          POD
        Gray, Elmer             Professor                Yes
        Guffey, Kristie         Instructor               No
        Jones, Gordon           Professor                Yes                  Optional Retirement
    Kessell, John            Asst. Prof.                Yes
    King, Stephen            Asst. Prof.                Yes
    Rudolph, Jack            Professor                  Yes                    Administrative
    Scudder, Cris            Instructor                 No                Summer Farm Maintenance
    Speer, Nevil             Professor                  Yes                    Administrative
    Stiles, David           Assoc. Prof.                Yes                  Optional Retirement
    Stone, Martin           Assoc. Prof                 Yes                   Baker Arboretum
    Willian, Todd            Professor                  Yes                    WKU Vineyard
    Woosley, Paul           Assoc. Prof                 Yes                COOP, 2-hole Golf Course
    Total                                                          16                               10
   *Please refer to section ‘C’ for information about faculty supporting multiple programs.

   The five years this report covers includes 19 faculty within the Department of
   Agriculture. Almost everyone in the Department has additional responsibilities that go
   beyond teaching, research and service. Of the 19 faculty listed below, five are on
   optional retirement and one is on disability retirement. Two of the faculty do significant
   work for Leadership studies and the Agriculture Department pays for their time. Three
   are instructors who are not required to do anything other than teach and all do more
   than is expected. The Department Head teaches three classes per year. One faculty
   member is in charge of the WKU Vineyard, another is in charge of the WKU Golf Course,
   and another has responsibilities at the Baker Arboretum. Still, another member is in
   charge of the WKU Riding Team and another is the department’s USDA researcher.

   The Department of Agriculture has two faculty without significant responsibilities
   outside the normal teaching, research, and service loads, and one of those has just
   resigned effective January 31, 2011.

D. Participation of Faculty in Multiple Programs within the Department or Other
   Departments:

   The information provided above shows that the Agriculture Faculty is actively
   participating in all three programs within the department: A.S., B.S., and M.S. It is also
   evident that most faculty members have additional responsibilities outside of teaching,
   research, and service. It is important to reiterate here that Dr. Gonzales teaches courses
   for Leadership Studies. Dr. Speer is the Director of the Masters of Arts in Administrative
   Dynamics. In both cases, the Agriculture Department receives no compensation for the
   work of these two faculty in other departments.

E. Number/Utilization of Part-time Faculty

   The department will use part-time faculty to expand our instructional offerings. At the
   present time we are using part-time faculty to teach vegetable production, high tunnel
   production, and landscape design.
  F. Other Indicators of Faculty Quality

        Roger Dennis is a certified floral designer, KY Master Florist, an accredit member of
        American Institute of Floral Designers, American Academy of Floristry, and Professional
        Floral Commentator International. Nevil Speer also holds an MBA.

  G. Special Qualifications of any Faculty Member (Full or Part Time) Whose Credentials do
     not Meet SACS Guidelines for the Level and Discipline They are Teaching.

        None of the faculty fits this category.

  IV.      Departmental Faculty Productivity.

  A. Scholarship

Faculty Member               Referred Publication                       Presentation
      Britt                           1                                       4
    Gilfillen                         6                                      12
   Gonzales                                                                   2
      Gray                            1
     Jones                            1
    Kessell                           4
      King                            2                                       2
     Speer                            2                                      30
     Stone                            5                                      19
    Willian                           5                                       7
   Woosley                                                                    9

        The Agriculture faculty strive to publish I professional journals but more times than not
        our work gets published in trade publications. Our faculty are asked to speak to civic
        groups, livestock producers, and extension seminars.
   B. Service

                       Departmental          University      Professional
  Faculty Member                                                                    Other
                        Committees          Committees       Committees
     Anderson                                                     1
        Britt                 2                  1                1
      Gilfillen               4                  5                7
     Gonzales                 2                  6                2
      Kessell                 2                  1                2
        King                  1                  1
     Rudolph                  3                                     2                 1
       Speer                  1                  21                 9
       Stone                  3                   2                 4
      Willian                 8                   1                 1
     Woosley                  2                   2                 2

       Our faculty are active in their respective professional organizqations and locally on all
       the agricultural organization boards. We have faculty that participate in Habitat for
       Humanity trips, the Kentucky Turfgrass Council, Kentucky Cattleman’s Association, and
       Boy Scouts of America to name just a few.

Grant and Contract Activity

Faculty Member                Proposal Title          Requested Funds        Amount Funded
   Anderson        Equine Trust Fund (2006)               $40,000               $40,000
                   Equine Trust Fund Supplement           $380,000              $380,000
                   (2008)
      Britt        Johne’s Disease Demo Herd              $12,000                $12,000
                   (2003)
                   Effect of Colostrum Derived
                   Immune Modulators on Calf and          $52,000               $52,000
                   Pig Health (2008)
                   Effect of Colostral Derived
                   Immune Modulators on Average
                                                          $27,585               $26,257
                   Daily Gains and Health Events in
                   Calves (2009)
                   Johne’s Disease Demonstration
                                                          $6,519                 $6,519
                   Herd (2008)
                   Effect of IGP5/10 on Production
                   in a Commercial Dairy in                $500                   $500
                   Kentucky (2008)
                   A Comparison of milk and blood
                   urea nitrogen levels on cows fed       $3,900                 $3,900
                   urea or Optigen (2007)
                   Johne’s Disease Demonstration          $3,194                 $3,194
                  Herd Program (2006)
                  Johne’s Disease Demonstration         $506          $506
                  Herd Program Supplement (2006)
                  Johne’s Disease Demonstration        $6,000        $6,000
                  Herd Program Supplement (2005)
    Coffey        Support Services for Deaf and       $232,478      $232,478
                  Hard of Hearing Students (2008)
                  Student Support Services-           $43,779.24    $43,779.24
                  Students who are deaf or hard of
                  hearing (supplement) (2007)
                  Support Services-Students who       $183,585      $182,685
                  are Deaf and Hard of Hearing
                  (2006)
                  Gender Equity Manual for             $11,000       $11,000
                  Agricultural Education (2003-
                  2007)
                  Teaching Mathematical and            $2,365        $2,365
                  Geometric Skills Related to
                  Surveying for Construction and
                  Land Class (2007)
                  Teaching Technical Skills Related    $2,429        $2,429
                  to FFA Career Development
                  Events (2007)
                  Teaching Mathematical and            $3,443        $3,443
                  Geometric Skills Related to
                  Surveying for Construction/Land
                  Classification (2006)
                  Teaching Technical Skills Related    $2,347        $2,347
                  to FFA Career Development
                  Events (2006)
                  Support Services-Students who        $74,343       $74,343
                  are deaf and hard of hearing
                  (2006)
 Gilfillen and    Poultry Waste Management                          $149,674
    Willian       Strategies (2009)
                  Poultry Waste Management                          $171,103
                  Strategies (2008)
                  Poultry Waste Management                          $248,885
                  Strategies (2007)
                  Poultry Waste Management                          $131,201
                  Strategies (2006)
  Gilfillen and   Poultry Waste Management                          $204,544
   Woosley        Strategies (2010)
   Gonzales       NSF PAESMEM (2010)                   $10,000     Under Review
Jones and Britt   The effect of Colostral Derived      $22,415       $23,743
                  Immune Modulators on Average
                  Daily Gains and Health Events in
              Pigs (2009)
 Rudolph      Leaf Composting Project (2006)        $45,000                $45,000
              Leaf Composting Project (2007)        $45,000                $45,000
              Leaf Composting Project (2008)        $45,000                $45,000
              Leaf Composting Project (2009)        $45,000                $45,000
              Leaf Composting Project (2010)        $45,000                $45,000
              Perkins Grant (2006)                  $24,100                $24,100
              Perkins Grant (2007)                   $2,652                 $2652
              Perkins Grant (2008)                   $4,437                 $4,437
              Perkins Grant (2009)                  $10,988                $10,988
              Perkins Grant (2010)                  $10,988                $10,988
              Say Cheese and Save Your Farm         $249,300               $249,300
              (2010)
              USDA Greenhouse (2005-2010)                                  $157,690
Kessell and   Perkins CTE Funds (2010)                $5,000                $5,000
 Rudolph      Perkins CTE Funds (2010)                $5,000                $5,000
  Stone       Propagation of Rare and at Risk        $10,000               $10,000
              Species via Greenhouse and Seed
              Orchard Production (2005)
  Willian     Evaluation of Interrelationships       $2,400                 $2,400
              between residual weed control
              and fungicides in soybeans (2009)
              Kixor Soybean Preplant Efficacy        $2,400                 $2,400
              in No-Till (2009)
              Evaluation of Interrelationships       $2,400                 $2,400
              Between Residual Weed Control
              and Fungicides in Corn (2009)
              Evaluation of Non-Selective            $2,400                 $2,400
              Burndown Herbicides + Sharpen
              (2009)
              Kixor Corn Weed Control                $2,400                 $2,400
              Programs (2009)
              Field Corn Isoline Comparison          $6,500                 $6,500
              (2004-2007)
              Corn Hybrid Variety Trail (2005-       $8,000                 $8,000
              2006)
              Roundup Ready Alfalfa Trial            $1,500                 $1,500
              (2006)
 Woosley      Pure Seed Test                         $3,000                 $3,000
              Kentucky Turfgrass Council             $3,600                 $3,600

    Over the past 5 years the faculty have written and received grant funding in excess of
    $2.5 million. We hope to continue our successful grant writing to help improve our
    facilities and provide more opportunities for our students.
       A summarization of the faculty’s scholarship, service, and research efforts can be
       reviewed in Appendices I, II, and III.

                                             Appendix I
                              Research Interests and Accomplishments:
                                 Tenured and Tenure Track Faculty

Charles        Determination of glycosylated hemoglobin by HPLC", Williams, Kevin M, Anderson,
Anderson        Charles E, Amanda Swift, Writing Results, Scholarly. (April 28, 2010 - Present).
Professor      "Forage quality of annual ryegrass", Gonzales, Linda B, Anderson, Charles E, On-Going,
of              Scholarly. (March 2008 - Present).
Agriculture    "Horse blood parameters affected by diet and body conditions score”, Anderson,
                Charles E, Gonzales, Linda B, Gray, Elmer, On-Going, Scholarly. (August 2005 -
Ph.D.           Present).
University     Master's Thesis Committee Chair, Akers, M., Agriculture Department, "Insulin, glucose,
of Kentucky     and free fatty acid metabolism in horses grazing lush Kentucky spring pastures”,
                Writing. (August 2007 - Present).
               Master's Thesis Committee Chair, Monfort, A. Agriculture Department, "Effects of
                body condition score on blood glucose and insulin levels of adult horses", Completed.
                (August 1, 2007).
Dr. Jenks      Britt, J. S. (2008). Survival of Mycobacterium acium subspecies paratuberculosis in
Britt           biofilms on livestock watering troughs. Proceedings AABP (vol. 41, pp. 221). AABP.
Professor      Britt, J. S. (2008). Wheat straw can produce miracle results. Hoard's Dairyman (ed.,
of              vol. 2008, pp. 20-21). Ft Atkinson, WI, USA: Hoard's. Hoards@hoards.com
Agriculture    KDDC, Ky Dairy Development, B G, KY, "10 Ways to Increase Your Profit", Britt, J. S.
                (Presenter & Author), Non-Academic, published elsewhere, Accepted. (Submitted:
D.V.M.          January 2009, Accepted: January 2009, Presented: January (1st Quarter/Winter)
University      2009).
of Auburn      KDDC, KY Dairy Development Board, Bowling Green, KY, "Dairy Consulting in Mexico",
                Britt, J. S. (Presenter & Author), Non-Academic, International. (Submitted: January
                2009, Accepted: January 2009, Presented: January (1st Quarter/Winter) 2009).
               AABP, American Assnn of Bovine Practitioners, Charolette, NC, Britt, J. S. (Presenter &
                Author), Academic, International, published in proceedings, Invited. (Presented:
                September 2008).
               AABP, AABP, Charolette, NC, "Survival of Mycobacterium avium subsp.
                paratuberculosis in Biofilms on Livestock Watering Trough Materials", Britt, J. S.
                (Presenter & Author), Academic, International, published in proceedings, Accepted.
                (Submitted: September 2008, Accepted: September 2008, Presented: September
                2008).
               "Effect of colostrum derived immune modulators on animal health", Britt, Jenks S,
                international, Planning. (2008 - Present).
Dr. Linda      Kentucky Conference on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Kentucky Council
Gonzales        on Post-Secondary Education, Lexington, KY, "LIFE: A Pilot Program for Faculty
Professor       Professional Development in Leadership", Gonzales, L. B. (Presenter & Author),
of              Garmon, C. W. (Author Only), Wilson, S. (Author Only), Academic, Regional, peer-
Agriculture     reviewed/refereed, published in proceedings, Accepted. (Submitted: January 2009,
                Accepted: March 2009, Presented: May 20, 2009).
Ph.D.          Genderations, Women's Studies Program, Western Kentucky University, "Issues Facing
University      Women in Science", Wilson, S., Gonzales, L. B., Non-Academic, Local, Invited.
of Georgia      (Presented: September 12, 2008).
               Engaging the Spirit, WKU, WKU campus, "Engaging Students in A Domestic Travel
                Seminar Course", Gonzales, L. B., Academic, Local, Accepted. (Presented: August
                2007).
               "Forage quality of annual ryegrass", Gonzales, Linda B, Anderson, Charles E, On-Going,
                Scholarly. (March 2008 - Present).
               "HORSE BLOOD PARAMETERS AFFECTED BY DIET AND BODY CONDITION SCORE",
                Anderson, Charles E, Gonzales, Linda B, Gray, Elmer, On-Going, Scholarly. (August
                2005 - Present).
                 ONGOING RESEARCHINTO THE EFFECTS OF DIET AND BODY FAT ON EQUINE
                SOUNDNESS.
               "Alfalfa Variety Trials", Gonzales, Linda B, On-Going, Scholarly. (1990 - Present). On-
                going trials comparing yields of alfalfa varieties in cooperation with UK.
               "Issues impacting women in science", Wilson, Stacy, Gonzales, Linda B, Bruni, John R,
                Planning, Non-Scholarly. (September 2007 - 2008). Project to study and gather data
                about the issues that impact women in science
Dr. Becky      Gilfillen, B. A., Willian, W. T., Rowland, N. S. (2009). Tillage and Poultry Litter
Gilfillen       Application influence on Nutrient Accumulation in Corn Soils. Southern American
Professor       Society of Agronomy Abstracts. Madison, WI: American Society of Agronomy.
of             Gilfillen, B. A., Willian, W. T., Rowland, N. S. (2008). Remediation of Soil nutrient
Agriculture     accumulation following poultry litter application. American Society of Agronomy
                Abstracts (ed.). Madison, WI: American Society of Agronomy.
Ph.D.          Rowland, N. S., Gilfillen, B. A., Sleugh, B. B., Willian, W. T., Futrell, M. L. (2007).
University      Nutrient accumulation in Sorghum-Sudangrass with a Winter Rye Cover Crop after
of              Poultry Litter Application. American Society of Agronomy Abstracts (ed.). Madison, WI:
Tennessee       American Society of Agronomy.
               Gilfillen, B. A., Sleugh, B. B., Willian, W. T., Futrell, M. L. (2007). Nutrient removal by a
                Rye Covercrop after Poultry Litter Application to Sorghum-Sudangrass. American
                Society of Agronomy Abstracts (ed.). Madison, WI: American Society of Agronomy.
               Willian, W. T., Gilfillen, B. A., Sleugh, B. B., Futrell, M. L. (2007). Soil nutrient availability
                and corn grain yield as influenced by tillage and poultry litter application. American
                Society of Agronomy Abstracts (ed.). Madison, WI: American Society of Agronomy.
               Johnson, J. M., Sleugh, B. B., Gilfillen, B. A., Willian, W. T., Futrell, M. L. (2006).
                Residual Nutrient Removal by Winter Cover Crop from Broiler Litter Amended Soils.
                Proceedings of the American Society of Agronomy (2006th ed.). ASA.
               Willian, W. T., Gilfillen, B. A., Sleugh, B. B., Sistani, K. R., Futrell, M. L. (2006). Soil
                Nutrient Accumulation and Corn Grain Yield as Influenced by Tillage and Poultry Litter
                Application. Proceedings of the American Society of Agronomy (2006th ed.). ASA.
               Futrell, M. L., Gilfillen, B. A., Sleugh, B. B., Johnson, J. M., Willian, W. T. (2006). Soil
                Nutrient Removal by Ryegrass Cover Crop After Poultry Litter Application. Proceedings
                of the American Society of Agronomy (2006th ed.). ASA.
               Gilfillen, B. A., Price, P. J., Futrell, M. L. (2006). Comparison of bulk density after
                poultry litter application. American Society of Agronomy Abstracts (ed.). Madison, WI:
                American Society of Agronomy.
               Gilfillen, B. A., Sleugh, B. B., Willian, W. T., Futrell, M. L. (2006). Soil nutrient
    accumulation in an Orchardgrass Hayfield following poultry litter application.
    American Society of Agronomy Abstracts (ed.). Madison, WI: American Society of
    Agronomy.
   Gilfillen, B. A., Sleugh, B. B., Willian, W. T. (2006). Poultry Litter Application Creates
    Nutrient Accumulation in Sorghum-Sudangrass Soils. 18th Congress of World Soil
    Sciences Abstracts (ed.). International Union of Soil Scientists.
   Sleugh, B. B., Gilfillen, B. A., Willian, W. T. (2006). Broiler Litter Fertility Regimes
    Influence Forage Nutritive Value of Sorghum-Sudangrass. Forage and Grazinglands,
    FG-2006(0920-01-RS).
   Sleugh, B. B., Gilfillen, B. A., Willian, W. T., Henderson, H. D. (2006). Nutritive Value
    and Nutrient Uptake of Sorghum-Sudangrass Under Different Broiler Litter Fertility
    Regimes. Agronomy Journal, 98, 1594-1599.
   In preparation: Not yet submitted: Rowland, N. S., Gilfillen, B. A., Willian, W. T. Broiler
    litter application and tillage effects on carbon sequestration in corn soils. Soil and
    Tillage Research.
   Netthisinghe, A., Gilfillen, B. A., Willian, W. T., Rowland, N. S. Soil Nutrient Dynamics
    and Ryegrass Cover Crop efficacy to remediate soil nutrient accumulation.... Journal of
    Soil and Water Conservation.
   Submitted: Gilfillen, B. A., Rowland, N. S., Willian, W. T. Effects of broiler litter
    application on nutrient accumulation in soils. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation.
   Baker Arboretum Guest Lectureship, Baker Arboretum, AREC, Bowling Green, KY,
    "Nutrient Deficiencies specific to Horticultural Plants", Gilfillen, B. A. (Presenter &
    Author), Non-Academic, National, Invited. (Presented: February 11, 2009).
   Lawn and Turf Workshop, University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service,
    Bowling Green, KY, "Nitrogen in turf grass and lawns", Gilfillen, B. A. (Presenter &
    Author), Non-Academic, State, Invited. (Presented: February 6, 2009).
   2009 Southern American Society of Agronomy Meetings, American Society of
    Agronomy, Atlanta, GA, "Tillage and poultry litter application influence on nutrient
    accumulation in corn soil", Gilfillen, B. A. (Presenter & Author), Willian, W. T. (Author
    Only), Rowland, N. S. (Author Only), Academic, National, published in proceedings,
    Accepted. (Submitted: October 2008, Accepted: October 2008, Presented: February 1,
    2009).
   2008 American Society of Agronomy Meetings, American Society of Agronomy,
    Houston, TX, "Remediation of Soil Nutrient Accumulation following poultry litter
    application in orchardgrass", Gilfillen, B. A. (Presenter & Author), Willian, W. T.
    (Author Only), Rowland, N. S. (Author Only), Academic, International, published in
    proceedings, Accepted. (Submitted: May 2008, Accepted: August 2008, Presented:
    October (4th Quarter/Autumn) 8, 2008).
   2007 American Society of Agronomy Meetings, American Society of Agronomy,
    Indianapolis, IN, "Residual nutrient removal by winter cover crop from broiler litter
    amended soils", Johnson, J. M. (Presenter & Author), Sleugh, B. B. (Author Only),
    Gilfillen, B. A. (Author Only), Willian, W. T. (Author Only), Futrell, M. L. (Author Only),
    Academic, International, published in proceedings, Accepted. (Submitted: May 2006,
    Accepted: August 2006, Presented: November 15, 2007).
   2007 American Society of Agronomy Meetings, American Society of Agronomy, New
    Orleans, LA, "Nutrient accumulation in Sorghum-Sudangrass with a Winter Rye Cover
    Crop after Poultry Litter Application", Rowland, N. S. (Presenter & Author), Gilfillen, B.
    A. (Author Only), Sleugh, B. B. (Author Only), Willian, W. T. (Author Only), Futrell, M. L.
    (Author Only), Academic, International, published in proceedings, Accepted.
    (Submitted: May 2007, Accepted: August 2007, Presented: November 7, 2007).
   2006 American Society of Agronomy, American Society of Agronomy, Indianapolis, IN,
    "Comparison of bulk density after poultry litter application", Price, P. J. (Presenter &
    Author), Futrell, M. L. (Author Only), Gilfillen, B. A. (Author Only), Academic,
    International, published in proceedings, Accepted. (Submitted: May 2006, Accepted:
    August 2006, Presented: November 14, 2006).
   2006 American Society of Agronomy Meetings, American Society of Agronomy,
    Indianapolis, IN, "Soil nutrient removal by Ryegrass cover crop after poultry litter
    application", Futrell, M. L. (Presenter & Author), Gilfillen, B. A. (Author Only), Sleugh,
    B. B. (Author Only), Johnson, J. M. (Author Only), Willian, W. T. (Author Only),
    Academic, International, published in proceedings, Accepted. (Submitted: May 2006,
    Accepted: August 2006, Presented: November 14, 2006).
   2006 American Society of Agronomy Meetings, American Society of Agronomy,
    Indianapolis, IN, "Soil nutrient accumulation in an Orchardgrass hayfield following
    poultry litter application", Gilfillen, B. A. (Presenter & Author), Sleugh, B. B. (Author
    Only), Willian, W. T. (Author Only), Futrell, M. L. (Author Only), Academic,
    International, published in proceedings. (Submitted: May 2006, Accepted: August
    2006, Presented: November 13, 2006).
   18th Congress of World Soil Sciences, International Union of Soil Scientists,
    Philadelphia, PA, "Poultry litter application creates nutrient accumulation in Sorghum-
    Sudangrass Soils", Gilfillen, B. A. (Presenter & Author), Sleugh, B. B. (Author Only),
    Willian, W. T., Academic, International, published in proceedings, Accepted.
    (Submitted: January 2006, Accepted: April 2006, Presented: July (3rd
    Quarter/Summer) 12, 2006).
   2007 American Society of Agronomy Meetings, American Society of Agronomy, New
    Orleans, LA, "Nutrient removal by a Rye Cover Crop after Poultry Litter Application to
    Sorghum-Sudangrass", Gilfillen, B. A. (Presenter & Author), Sleugh, B. B. (Author Only),
    Willian, W. T. (Author Only), Futrell, M. L. (Author Only), Academic, International,
    published in proceedings, Accepted. (Submitted: May 2007, Accepted: August 2007,
    Presented: November 7, 2007).
   2007 American Society of Agronomy Meetings, American Society of Agronomy, New
    Orleans, LA, "Soil nutrient availability and Corn grain yield as influenced by Tillage and
    Poultry Litter Application", Willian, W. T. (Presenter & Author), Gilfillen, B. A. (Author
    Only), Sleugh, B. B. (Author Only), Futrell, M. L. (Author Only), Academic, International,
    published in proceedings, Accepted. (Submitted: May 2007, Accepted: August 2007,
    Presented: November 5, 2007).
   "Determining P availability in Soils treated with Avail", Gilfillen, Becky A, Willian,
    William T, Kaylissa Horton, Joshua Bennett, Kelly, On-Going, Scholarly. (April 2009 -
    Present).
   "Carbon accumulations in soils with tillage and manure additions", Gilfillen, Becky A,
    Willian, William T, Annesly Netthisinghe, Naomi Rowland, Kaylissa Horton, Eric
    Ferguson, Molly Jehlik, Joshua Bennett, Karamat Sistani, On-Going, Scholarly. (March
    2005 - Present).
   "Soil remediation following poultry litter application in a silage corn crop", Gilfillen,
    Becky A, Willian, William T, Annesly Netthisinghe, Naomi Rowland, Kaylissa Horton,
                  Eric Ferguson, Molly Jehlik, Joshua Bennett, On-Going, Scholarly. (March 2005 -
                  Present).
                 "Using cover crops to remove excess soil nutrients from sorghum-sudangrass fields",
                  Gilfillen, Becky A, Willian, William T, Annesly Netthisinghe, Naomi Rowland, Eric
                  Ferguson, Joshua Bennett, Karamat Sistani, Writing Results, Scholarly. (March 2005 -
                  December 2007).
Dr. Elmer        Submitted: Stone, M. J., Gray, E., Willian, W. T. (2007). Baby Corn as a Potential Crop in
Gray              Kentucky. Proceedings of the Kentucky Academy of Science (2007th ed.). KAS.
Professor        Submitted: Stone, L., Gray, E., Willian, W. T., Stone, M. J. (2007). Preliminary
of                Evaluation of Baby Corn at Bowling Green, Kentucky in 2007. Proceedings of the
Agriculture       Kentucky Academy of Science (2007th ed.). KAS.
                 Revisiting to Resubmit: Poff, R. A., Nunnally, M., Gibson, F. W., Spencer, S. L., Gray, E.,
Ph.D.             Bain, S. Website design and development among NRPA accredited recreation
Cornell           academic programs. LARNet: The Cyber Journal of Applied Leisure and Recreation
University        Research.
                 Kentucky Academy of Sciences, KAS, Lexington, KY, "Evaluation of Baby Corn as a
                  Niche Crop", Stone, M. J. (Author Only), Holaday, T. (Presenter & Author), Walker, C.
                  (Presenter & Author), Gray, E. (Presenter & Author), Willian, W. T. (Presenter &
                  Author), Academic, State, published in proceedings, Accepted,
                  martin.stone/present/Evaluation of Baby Corn as a Niche Crop.final-1.pptx.
                  (Submitted: September 2008, Accepted: October 2008, Presented: November 2008).
                 "Effect of plant population and hybrid choice on yield of baby corn.", Willian, William
                  T, Gray, Elmer, Stone, Martin J, international, On-Going, Scholarly. (May 2007 -
                  Present).
                 "HORSE BLOOD PARAMETERS AFFECTED BY DIET AND BODY CONDITION SCORE",
                  Anderson, Charles E, Gonzales, Linda B, Gray, Elmer, On-Going, Scholarly. (August
                  2005 - Present).
                 "Influence of hybrid selection and plant population on field corn grain yield", Willian,
                  William T, Stone, Martin J, Gray, Elmer, Writing Results, Scholarly. (May 2007 -
                  December 2008). M.S. Thesis Project (T. Ballard)
Dr. Gordon       Kyungmin, J. C., Jones, M. S., Jones, G., McKay, R., Grinshpun, S. A., Dwivedi, A.,
Jones             Shukia, R., Singh, U., Reponen, T. (2010).
Professor
of
Agriculture

Ph.D.
University
of
Tennessee
Dr. John       WKU Agriculture Faculty Seminar, Ag. Dept., Bowling Green, KY, "WKU Agriculture
Kessell         student demographics, travel experiences, and college expectations.", Woosley, P. B.,
Associate       Kessell, J. E., Academic, Local, Invited. (Presented: May 2008).
Professor      Kentucky Academy of Sciences Annual Conference, KAS, Louisville, KY, "Turf Babies, an
of              innovative idea to teach turfgrass management.", Woosley, P. B., Kessell, J. E.,
Agriculture     Academic, State, published in proceedings, Accepted. (Submitted: November 2007,
                Accepted: November 2007, Presented: December 2007).
Ph.D. Texas  Kessell, J. E., Wingenbach, G. (2009). Relationships between special education
Tech          confidence, knowledge, and selected demographics for agricultural education student
              teachers. Journal of Agricultural Education, 50(2-2009).
             Kessell, J. E. (2009). Student teacher's knowledge of the Individuals with Disabilities
              Education Act. To appear in Journal of Academic and Business Ethics, 2(1-10).
             Kessell, J. E., Wingenbach, G. J. (2009). Student teachers’ confidence in teaching
              special needs students in agricultural education classrooms and laboratories. To
              appear in Research in Higher Education Journal, 2(1-10).
             Kessell, J. E., Wingenbach, G. J. What do agricultural education student teachers know
              about the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. Proceedings of the 5th Annual
              Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.
             Woosley, P. B., Kessell, J. E. (2008). Innovative ideas to teach turfgrass management. In
              David White (Ed.), Proceedings of the Kentucky Academy of Sciences. KAS.
              www.kyacademyofscience.org/
Dr. Stephen  Submitted: King, S. A. SUBSTITUTION BETWEEN TIMBER AND NON-TIMBER
King          ATTRIBUTES IN THE PURCHASE OF NON-INDUSTRIAL PRIVATE FORESTLAND. Forest
Assistant     Policy and Economics.
Professor     www.elsevier.com/wps/find/journaldescription.cws_home/620157/description#descri
of            ption
Agriculture  Submitted: King, S. A., Schreiner, D. F. The Influence of Physical and Spatial Attributes
              on the Sales Prices of Forestlands. Journal of Forest Economics.
Ph.D.         www.elsevier.com/wps/find/journaldescription.cws_home/701775/description#descri
Oklahoma      ption
State        Ryan, R., King, S. A., Candelaria, M. (2008). A Binational Clean Air Trust Fund and Other
              Innovative Organization Models for Air Improvement Projects on the United States-
              Mexico Border. Southwest Consortium for Environmental Research and Policy (vol.
              Project Number: A-06-9, pp. 20 pages). Southwest Consortium for Environmental
              Research and Policy. scerpfiles.org/cont_mgt/doc_files/A_06_9.pdf
             2008 Kentucky Academy of Science Annual Meeting, Kentucky Academy of Science,
              Lexington, KY, "Is Farmer Presentation in the Farm-to-School Program Economically
              Sensible?", King, S. A. (Presenter & Author), Biermacher, J. T. (Author Only), Academic,
              State, Accepted, stephen.king2/present/06c-King.KAS08.Presentation-1.pdf.
              (Submitted: September 29, 2008, Accepted: October 2008, Presented: November 1,
              2008).
             Mid-Continent Regional Science Association 39th Annual Conference, Mid-Continent
              Regional Science Association, Colorado Springs, CO, "A Framework for Minimizing Air
              Pollution in the U.S.-Mexico Border Region", King, S. A. (Presenter & Author), Ryan, R.
              W. (Author Only), Pelayo Torres, M. C. (Author Only), Academic, Regional, Accepted,
              stephen.king2/present/King.MCRSA08.Presentation-1.pdf. (Submitted: April 1, 2008,
              Accepted: April 2008, Presented: June 7, 2008).
             "Is the Farm-to-School Program Sensible?", King, Stephen A, Jon T. Biermacher, On-
              Going, Scholarly. (May 2007 - Present).
Dr. Jack     NIOSH/University of Cincinnati PRP Symposium, National Institute of Occupational
Rudolph       Safety and Health (NIOSH), University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, "Occupational Noise
Professor     Exposure Assessment of South-Central Kentucky Farmers.", Iyiegbuniwe, E. (Presenter
of            & Author), Nagy, M. C., Rudolph, J. L., Academic, Regional, published in proceedings,
Agriculture   Invited. (Submitted: October 2, 2007, Accepted: October 2008, Presented: October
                  (4th Quarter/Autumn) 11, 2008).
Ph.D. Penn       "WKU Biodiesel Facility", Schmaltz, Kevin S, Rudolph, Jack L, international, On-Going,
State             Scholarly. (April 2007 - Present).
University       "Biogenerated Greenhouse Heating System", Schmaltz, Kevin S, Rudolph, Jack L,
                  Lenoir, Henry J, On-Going, Scholarly. (September 2006 - Present).
Dr. Nevil        Speer, N. C. (2008). The Feedlot: Frontline Ramifications of Agroterrorism. Bovine
Speer             Practitioner.
Professor        21 publications in BeefBiz (2007-2010)
of               8 publications in Cattlenetwork Stocker Cattle Online Forum (2007)
Agriculture      62 publications in Cow Country News (2007-2010)
                 Speer, N. C. (2010). Advocating Animal Agriculture: Let's Get Started. NIAA News &
Ph.D.             Information For Animal Agriculture (1st ed., vol. 10, pp. 2). Colorado Springs, CO:.
Colorado          www.animalagriculture.org
State            Speer, N. C. (2009). Best Practices Manual: A Stocker and Backgrounding Guide for
                  Targeting the Brand. Certified Angus Beef, Wooster OH: Certified Angus Beef.
                 Focused For Success Seminar, Pfizer Animal Health, Panama City, Florida, "Doing
                  Business in 2010: Deal or No Deal", Speer, N. C. (Presenter Only), Academic, Local,
                  Invited. (Presented: July (3rd Quarter/Summer) 17, 2010).
                 Focused For Success Seminar, Pfizer Animal Health, Franklin, TN, "Doing Business in
                  2010: Deal or No Deal", Speer, N. C. (Presenter Only), Academic, Local, Invited.
                  (Presented: July (3rd Quarter/Summer) 10, 2010).
                 Mississippi Farm Bureau Beef Commodity Mid-Year Meeting, Mississippi Farm Bureau,
                  Jackson, TN, "Competition and the Influence of Captive Supply on the Beef Complex",
                  Speer, N. C. (Presenter Only), Academic, Local, Invited. (Presented: June 18, 2010).
                 Jackson County Cattlemen's Annual Meeting, Jackson County Cattlemen's Association,
                  Seymour, IN, "The Beef Business in 2010", Speer, N. C. (Presenter Only), Academic,
                  Local, Invited. (Presented: February 20, 2010).
                 National Cattlemen's Beef Association Annual Convention, National Cattlemen's Beef
                  Association, San Antonio, TX, "Panel Moderator: Live Cattle Marketing Committee",
                  Speer, N. C. (Presenter Only), Academic, Local, Invited. (Presented: January (1st
                  Quarter/Winter) 29, 2010).
                 Kentucky Cattlemen's Association Annual Convention, Kentucky Cattlemen's
                  Association, Lexington, KY, "Beef and Beyond: 2010 Business Outlook", Speer, N. C.
                  (Presenter Only), Academic, Local, Invited. (Presented: January (1st Quarter/Winter)
                  16, 2010).
                 Wells Fargo Securities, Charlotte, NC, "Beef Industry Update Conference Call", Speer,
                  N. C. (Presenter Only), Academic, Local, Invited. (Presented: September 11, 2009).
                 ID/INFO EXPO, National Institute for Animal Agriculture, Colorado Springs, CO, "The
                  Next Step: Engaging Farmers and Ranchers In Animal Identification", Speer, N. C.
                  (Presenter Only), Academic, Local, Invited. (Presented: August 27, 2009).
                 WKU Department of Agriculture Seminar, WKU Department of Agriculture, Bowling
                  Green, KY, "Food Traceability: Benefits, Challenges, Politics", Speer, N. C. (Presenter
                  Only), Academic, Local, Invited. (Presented: April (2nd Quarter/Spring) 24, 2009).
                 Tennessee Beef Marketing Alliance Annual Meeting, Tennessee Beef Marketing
                  Alliance - Tennessee Livestock Producers Association, Lebanon, TN, "TN Beef
                  Marketing Alliance - More Important Than Ever", Speer, N. C. (Presenter Only), Non-
                  Academic, State, Invited. (Presented: March 23, 2009).
 Warren County Cattlemen's Monthly Meeting, Warren County Cattlemen's Assoc,
  Bowling Green, KY, "Federal Policy Changes - Beef Industry Implications", Speer, N. C.
  (Presenter Only), Non-Academic, Local, Invited. (Presented: March 19, 2009).
 2009 Cattlemen's Day, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, "Policy: What's Ahead
  for the Beef Industry?", Speer, N. C. (Presenter Only), Non-Academic, National, Invited.
  (Presented: March 6, 2009).
 Managing Change, Ohio Cattlemen's Assoc, Ohio Cooperative Extension, Albany, Ohio,
  "Managing Dynamic Change in the Beef Cattle Industry", Speer, N. C. (Presenter Only),
  Non-Academic, Regional, Invited. (Presented: February 19, 2009).
 Managing Change, Ohio Cattlemen's Assoc, Ohio Cooperative Extension, Hillsboro,
  Ohio, "Managing Dynamic Change in the Beef Cattle Industry", Speer, N. C. (Presenter
  Only), Non-Academic, Regional, Invited. (Presented: February 18, 2009).
 National Livestock Producers Association Board Meeting, National Livestock Producers
  Association, Phoenix, AZ, "What Lies Ahead for the Livestock Industry?", Speer, N. C.
  (Presenter Only), Non-Academic, National, Invited. (Presented: January (1st
  Quarter/Winter) 27, 2009).
 Kentucky Cattlemen's Association Annual Convention, Kentucky Cattlemen's
  Association, Lexington, KY, "Afternoon Session - Underneath The Market", Speer, N. C.
  (Presenter Only), Non-Academic, Local, Invited. (Presented: January (1st
  Quarter/Winter) 9, 2009).
 Kentucky Cattlemen's Association Annual Convention, Kentucky Cattlemen's
  Association, Lexington, KY, "Market Overview for 2009", Speer, N. C. (Presenter Only),
  Non-Academic, Local, Invited. (Presented: January (1st Quarter/Winter) 9, 2009).
 41st Annual Convention of the American Association of Bovine Practitioners, American
  Association of Bovine Practitioners, Charlotte, NC, "Are We Prepared For An
  Agroterrorist Event?", Speer, N. C. (Presenter Only), Academic, International, Invited.
  (Presented: September 27, 2008).
 41st Annual Convention of the American Association of Bovine Practitioners, American
  Association of Bovine Practitioners, Charlotte, NC, "The Feedlot: Frontline
  Ramifications of Agroterrorism", Speer, N. C. (Presenter & Author), Academic,
  International, peer-reviewed/refereed, published in proceedings, Invited. (Presented:
  September 26, 2008).
 Lake City Experiment Station Forage and Livestock Field Day, Michigan State
  University, Lake City, MI, "Uncertainty: It Now Comes Standard", Speer, N. C.
  (Presenter Only), Non-Academic, State, Invited. (Presented: August 23, 2008).
 Leadership Bowling Green, Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce, Bowling Green, KY,
  "The End of Cheap Food?", Speer, N. C. (Presenter Only), Non-Academic, Local, Invited.
  (Presented: May 21, 2008).
 Perry County Beef Program Series, Purdue University Extension, Tell City, IN, "The Beef
  Complex: Where We've Been...Where We're Headed", Speer, N. C. (Presenter Only),
  Non-Academic, Regional, Invited. (Presented: April (2nd Quarter/Spring) 8, 2008).
 Horse Cave Rotary, Horse Cave Rotary, Horse Cave, KY, "Food Industry Megatrends",
  Speer, N. C. (Presenter Only), Non-Academic, Local, Invited. (Presented: March 24,
  2008).
 Western States Livestock Investigators Association Annual Meeting, Western States
  Livestock Investigators Assoc, Reno, NV, "Animal ID/Traceability: More Than Just
  Animal Disease", Speer, N. C. (Presenter Only), Non-Academic, International, Invited.
                 (Presented: March 13, 2008).
                Pfizer Animal Health National Sales Meetings, Pfizer Animal Health, San Diego, CA,
                 "The Beef Industry: Conquering Complexity", Speer, N. C. (Presenter Only), Non-
                 Academic, National, Invited. (Presented: February 28, 2008).
                National Cattlemen's Beef Association Annual Convention, Pfizer Animal Health, Reno,
                 NV, "2008's Business Environment", Speer, N. C. (Presenter Only), Non-Academic,
                 National, published in proceedings, Invited. (Presented: February 8, 2008).
                Adult Farmer Education Program, Marshall / Livingston County, Draffenville, KY, "Beef
                 Industry Overview", Speer, N. C. (Presenter Only), Non-Academic, Local, Invited.
                 (Presented: December 10, 2007).
                Cattlemen's Boot Camp, American Angus Association / University of Kentucky,
                 Lexington, KY, "The Beef Industry: Present and Future", Speer, N. C. (Presenter Only),
                 Non-Academic, National, published in proceedings, Invited. (Presented: September 21,
                 2007).
                Warren County Cattlemen's Association Annual Meeting, Warren County Cattlemen's
                 Association, Bowling Green, KY, "Drought Management Considerations", Speer, N. C.
                 (Presenter Only), Non-Academic, Local, Invited. (Presented: September 8, 2007).
                ID/INFO EXPO, National Institute for Animal Agriculture, Kansas City, MO,
                 "Traceability: Right and Reasonable?", Speer, N. C. (Presenter Only), Non-Academic,
                 International, published in proceedings, Invited. (Presented: August 30, 2007).
                Handling, Feeding and Marketing Cattle for Profit, Ohio State Univ, Ohio Cattlemen's
                 Association, Chillicothe, OH, "Feeder Cattle Outlook for Calves and Stockers", Speer, N.
                 C. (Presenter Only), Non-Academic, Regional, published in proceedings, Invited.
                 (Presented: August 25, 2007).
                National Livestock Producers Association Board Meeting, National Livestock Producers
                 Association, Syracuse, NY, "Traceability: Good, Bad, Ugly", Speer, N. C. (Presenter
                 Only), Non-Academic, National, Invited. (Presented: August 16, 2007).
                Summer Stocker Summit, Pfizer Animal Health, Lexington, KY, "2008 Marketing
                 Without A Crystal Ball", Speer, N. C. (Presenter Only), Non-Academic, Regional,
                 Invited. (Presented: July (3rd Quarter/Summer) 13, 2007).
                "Waste Management", Speer, Nevil C, On-Going, Scholarly. USDA:ARS
                "Impacts of Integration of Organic Sheep Production and Organic Grain Production on:
                 Weed Control, Whole-Farm Economics, Lamb Meat Marketing, and Technical Training
                 for Students, Extension Professionals, and Stakeholders.", Speer, Nevil C, Planning,
                 Scholarly. (February 2010 - Present).
                "Assessing Production Systems, Economics, Marketing, Producer and Processor
                 Perceptions, and Characteristics of Meat from Forage-Based Systems", Speer, Nevil C,
                 Planning, Scholarly. (February 2009 - Present).
                "Research on Terrorism", Speer, Nevil C, international, Planning, Scholarly. (January
                 2008 - Present).
                "National Stocker Survey", Speer, Nevil C, On-Going, Scholarly. (September 2007 -
                 Present).
                "WKU Statistics and Computing Gateway", Speer, Nevil C, Quiton, Jonathan T, Autin,
                 Melanie A, Rinehart, Claire A, On-Going, Scholarly. (September 2007 - Present).
Dr. Martin      Stone, M. J. (2009). In Greer, Lane (Ed.), Woody cut stems for growers and florists: how
Stone            to produce and use branches for flowers, fruit, and foliage. Choice Current Reviews for
Associate        Academic Libraries: Association of College and Research Libraries.
Professor      Stone, M. J. In Mark L. Gleason, Margery L. Daughtrey, Ann R. Chase, Gary W.
of              Moorman, and Daren S. Mueller. (Ed.), Diseases of herbaceous perennials. Choice
Agriculture     Current Reviews for Academic Libraries: Association of College and Research Libraries.
               Stone, M. J. (2009). In Christine M. Du Bois, Chee-Beng Tan, and Sidney W. Mintz (Ed.),
Ph.D. Texas     "The World of soy, ed. by Christine M. Du Bois, Chee-Beng Tan, and Sidney W. Mintz.
A&M             via the CHOICE Web review submission form on 11/8/2008. Choice Current Reviews for
                Academic Libraries: Association of College and Research Libraries.
               Stone, M. J. In Byczynski, Lynn (Ed.), The flower farmer: an organic grower's guide to
                raising and selling cut flowers. Choice Current Reviews for Academic Libraries:
                Association of College and Research Libraries.
               Stone, M. J. (2008). Tomorrow's table: organic farming, genetics, and the future of
                food. In Christine M. Du Bois, Chee-Beng Tan, and Sidney W. Mintz (Ed.), Choice
                Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. Association of College and Research Libraries.
               Harris, P., Stone, M. J., King, D., Goodin, K., Danks, J. (2007). Conifer Decline at the
                Baker Arboretum. Proceedings of the Kentucky Academy of Sciences. KAS
               Submitted: Stone, M. J., Gray, E., Willian, W. T. (2007). Baby Corn as a Potential Crop in
                Kentucky. Proceedings of the Kentucky Academy of Science (2007th ed.). KAS.
               Submitted: Stone, L., Gray, E., Willian, W. T., Stone, M. J. (2007). Preliminary
                Evaluation of Baby Corn at Bowling Green, Kentucky in 2007. Proceedings of the
                Kentucky Academy of Science (2007th ed.). KAS.
               Alewine, E., Stone, M. J. (2007). Landscape Construction at the Felts Log Cabin.
                ELIZABETH ALEWINE* and MARTIN STONE. Kentucky Academy of Sciences. KAS.
               Harris, P., Stone, M. J., King, D., Goodin, K., Danks, J. (2007). P. Harris, M. Stone, D.
                King, K. Goodin, and J. Danks, 2007. Conifer Decline at the Baker Arboretum.
                Proceedings of the Kentucky Academy of Sciences. KAS.
               Daniel, K., Stone, M. J. (2006). Asexual propagation of four cultivars of Vaccinium
                corymbosum. Kentucky Academy of Science. KAS.
               Alewine, E., Stone, M. J. (2006). Landscape of the Past: The Felts Log Cabin at Western
                Kentucky University. Kentucky Academy of Science. KAS.
               Daniel, K., Stone, M. J. (2006). Weed Management in an Established Orchard of
                Vaccinium corymbosum ‘Bluejay’ (highbush blueberry) in South Central Kentucky.
                Kentucky Academy of Science. KAS.
               39 Publications in Kentucky Gardener (2006-2010)
               Kentucky Academy of Sciences, KAS, Lexington, Ky, "Conifer Decline at Baker
                Arboretum", Stone, M. J. (Author Only), K. H. (Presenter & Author), Academic, State,
                published in proceedings, Accepted, martin.stone/present/Baker II-1.ppt. (Submitted:
                September 2008, Accepted: October 2008, Presented: November 2008).
               Kentucky Academy of Sciences, KAS, Lexington, KY, "Evaluation of Baby Corn as a
                Niche Crop", Stone, M. J. (Author Only), Holaday, T. (Presenter & Author), Walker, C.
                (Presenter & Author), Gray, E. (Presenter & Author), Willian, W. T. (Presenter &
                Author), Academic, State, published in proceedings, Accepted,
                martin.stone/present/Evaluation of Baby Corn as a Niche Crop.final-1.pptx.
                (Submitted: September 2008, Accepted: October 2008, Presented: November 2008).
               Sigma Xi Annual Conference, Sigma Xi, Bowling Green, KY, "Effective Grain Yield Loss
                Due to Variation in within Row Spacing of Corn", Ballard, T. (Presenter & Author),
                Russell, M. (Author Only), Gray, E. (Author Only), Willian, W. (Author Only), Stone, M.
                J., Academic, State, Accepted. (Presented: April (2nd Quarter/Spring) 2008).
 Sigma Xi Annual Conference, Sigma Xi, Bowling Green, KY, "Preliminary Evaluation of
  Baby Corn Trial at Bowling Green, Kentucky 2007", Stone, L. (Presenter & Author),
  Gray, E. (Author Only), Willian, W. (Author Only), Stone, M. J. (Author Only), Academic,
  State, Accepted. (Presented: April (2nd Quarter/Spring) 2008).
 Sigma Xi Annual Conference, Sigma Xi, Bowling Green, KY, "Update on Conifer Decline
  at Baker Arboretum", Danks, J. (Presenter & Author), Goodin, K. (Author Only), Stone,
  M. J. (Author Only), Academic, State, Accepted. (Presented: April (2nd Quarter/Spring)
  2008).
 Sigma Xi Annual Meeting, Sigma Xi, Bowling Green, KY, "Historic Landscape of the Felts
  Cabin", Alewine, E. (Presenter & Author), Stone, M. J. (Author Only), Academic, State,
  Accepted. (Presented: April (2nd Quarter/Spring) 2008).
 American Rose Society Meeting, Bowling Green Rose Society, Bowling Green, KY,
  "New Innovations in the Plant Industry", Stone, M. J., Non-Academic, Regional, Invited.
  (Presented: February 2008).
 Kentucky Academy of Sciences Annual Meeting, Kentucky Academy of Sciences,
  Louisville, KY, "Baby Corn as a Potential Crop in Kentucky", Stone, M. J. (Presenter &
  Author), Gray, E. (Author Only), Willian, W. (Author Only), Academic, Regional,
  published in proceedings, Accepted. (Presented: November 2007).
 Kentucky Academy of Sciences Annual Meeting, Kentucky Academy of Sciences,
  Louisville, KY, "Conifer Decline at the Baker Arboretum", Harris, P. (Presenter &
  Author), Stone, M. J. (Author Only), Goodin, K. (Author Only), Danks, J. (Author Only),
  Academic, Regional, published in proceedings, Accepted. (Presented: November
  2007).
 Kentucky Academy of Sciences Annual Meeting, Kentucky Academy of Science,
  Louisville, KY, "Effective Grain Yield Loss Due to Variation in within Row Spacing of
  Corn", Ballard, T. (Presenter & Author), Russell, M. (Author Only), Gray, E. (Author
  Only), Willian, W. (Author Only), Stone, M. J. (Author Only), Academic, Regional,
  published in proceedings, Accepted. (Presented: November 2007).
 Kentucky Academy of Sciences Annual Meeting, Kentucky Academy of Sciences,
  Louisville, KY, "Landscape Construction at the Felts Log Cabin", Alewine, E. (Presenter
  & Author), Stone, M. J. (Author Only), Academic, Regional, published in proceedings,
  Accepted. (Presented: November 2007).
 Kentucky Academy of Sciences Annual Meeting, Kentucky Academy of Sciences,
  Louisville, KY, "Preliminary Evaluation of Baby Corn at Bowling Green, Kentucky in
  2007", Stone, L. (Presenter & Author), Gray, E. (Author Only), Willian, W. (Author
  Only), Stone, M. J. (Author Only), Academic, Regional, published in proceedings,
  Accepted. (Presented: November 2007).
 Kentucky Academy of Sciences Annual Meeting, Kentucky Academy of Sciences,
  Morehead, KY, "Asexual propagation of four cultivars of Vaccinium corymbosum",
  Daniel, K., Stone, M. J., Academic, Regional, published in proceedings, Accepted.
  (Presented: November 2006).
 Kentucky Academy of Sciences Annual Meeting, Kentucky Academy of Sciences,
  Morehead, KY, "Historic Landscape of the Felts Log Cabin at Western Kentucky
  University", Alewine, E., Stone, M. J., Academic, Regional, published in proceedings,
  Accepted. (Presented: November 2006).
 Kentucky Academy of Sciences Annual Meeting, Kentucky Academy of Sciences,
  Morehead, KY, "Kentucky Agriculture in Transition", Stone, M. J., Academic, Regional,
                  published in proceedings, Invited. (Presented: November 2006).
                 Kentucky Academy of Sciences Annual Meeting, Kentucky Academy of Sciences,
                  Morehead, KY, "Weed Management in an Established Orchard of Vaccinium
                  corymbosum 'Bluejay' (highbush blueberry) in South Central Kentucky", Daniel, K.,
                  Stone, M. J., Academic, Regional, published in proceedings, Accepted. (Presented:
                  November 2006).
                 Kentucky Recreation and Park Society Annual Meeting, Kentucky Recreation and Park
                  Society, Bowling Green, KY, "Low Maintenance Landscapes", Stone, M. J., Non-
                  Academic, Invited. (Presented: November 2006).
                 "A Global Search for Baby Corn Varieties", Stone, Martin J, Elmer Gray, William Willian,
                  international, On-Going, Scholarly. (January 2008 - Present).
                 "black Bean Variety Trial", Stone, Martin J, Elmer Gray, international, On-Going,
                  Scholarly. (January 2008 - Present).
                 "Edamame Soybean Trial", Stone, Martin J, Elmer Gray, On-Going, Scholarly. (January
                  2008 - Present).
                 "Grafted Tomato Trial", Stone, Martin J, Diana Edlin, Stephen Flomo, Nathan Howell,
                  Zheng Wang, Elmer Gray, William Willian, On-Going, Scholarly. (January 2008 -
                  Present).
                 "Effect of plant population and hybrid choice on yield of baby corn.", Willian, William
                  T, Gray, Elmer, Stone, Martin J, international, On-Going, Scholarly. (May 2007 -
                  Present).
                 "Effective Grain Yield Loss Due to Variation in within Row Spacing of Corn", Stone,
                  Martin J, Todd Ballard, Marvin Russell, Elmer Gray, On-Going, Scholarly. (January 2007
                  - Present).
                 "Population Density and Flex on Baby Corn Production", Stone, Martin J, Elmer Gray,
                  William Willian, On-Going, Scholarly. (January 2007 - Present).
                 "Influence of hybrid selection and plant population on field corn grain yield", Willian,
                  William T, Stone, Martin J, Gray, Elmer, Writing Results, Scholarly. (May 2007 -
                  December 2008). M.S. Thesis Project (T. Ballard)
Dr. Todd         Gilfillen, B. A., Willian, W. T., Rowland, N. S. (2009). Tillage and Poultry Litter
Willian           Application influence on Nutrient Accumulation in Corn Soils. Southern American
Professor         Society of Agronomy Abstracts. Madison, WI: American Society of Agronomy.
of               Gilfillen, B. A., Willian, W. T., Rowland, N. S. (2008). Remediation of Soil nutrient
Agriculture       accumulation following poultry litter application. American Society of Agronomy
                  Abstracts (ed.). Madison, WI: American Society of Agronomy.
Ph.D.            Rowland, N. S., Gilfillen, B. A., Sleugh, B. B., Willian, W. T., Futrell, M. L. (2007).
University        Nutrient accumulation in Sorghum-Sudangrass with a Winter Rye Cover Crop after
of                Poultry Litter Application. American Society of Agronomy Abstracts (ed.). Madison, WI:
Tennessee         American Society of Agronomy.
                 Gilfillen, B. A., Sleugh, B. B., Willian, W. T., Futrell, M. L. (2007). Nutrient removal by a
                  Rye Covercrop after Poultry Litter Application to Sorghum-Sudangrass. American
                  Society of Agronomy Abstracts (ed.). Madison, WI: American Society of Agronomy.
                 Willian, W. T., Gilfillen, B. A., Sleugh, B. B., Futrell, M. L. (2007). Soil nutrient availability
                  and corn grain yield as influenced by tillage and poultry litter application. American
                  Society of Agronomy Abstracts (ed.). Madison, WI: American Society of Agronomy.
                 Johnson, J. M., Sleugh, B. B., Gilfillen, B. A., Willian, W. T., Futrell, M. L. (2006).
                  Residual Nutrient Removal by Winter Cover Crop from Broiler Litter Amended Soils.
    Proceedings of the American Society of Agronomy (2006th ed.). ASA.
   Willian, W. T., Gilfillen, B. A., Sleugh, B. B., Sistani, K. R., Futrell, M. L. (2006). Soil
    Nutrient Accumulation and Corn Grain Yield as Influenced by Tillage and Poultry Litter
    Application. Proceedings of the American Society of Agronomy (2006th ed.). ASA.
   Futrell, M. L., Gilfillen, B. A., Sleugh, B. B., Johnson, J. M., Willian, W. T. (2006). Soil
    Nutrient Removal by Ryegrass Cover Crop After Poultry Litter Application. Proceedings
    of the American Society of Agronomy (2006th ed.). ASA.
   Gilfillen, B. A., Sleugh, B. B., Willian, W. T., Futrell, M. L. (2006). Soil nutrient
    accumulation in an Orchardgrass Hayfield following poultry litter application.
    American Society of Agronomy Abstracts (ed.). Madison, WI: American Society of
    Agronomy.
   Gilfillen, B. A., Sleugh, B. B., Willian, W. T. (2006). Poultry Litter Application Creates
    Nutrient Accumulation in Sorghum-Sudangrass Soils. 18th Congress of World Soil
    Sciences Abstracts (ed.). International Union of Soil Scientists.
   Submitted: Stone, M. J., Gray, E., Willian, W. T. (2007). Baby Corn as a Potential Crop in
    Kentucky. Proceedings of the Kentucky Academy of Science (2007th ed.). KAS.
   Submitted: Stone, L., Gray, E., Willian, W. T., Stone, M. J. (2007). Preliminary
    Evaluation of Baby Corn at Bowling Green, Kentucky in 2007. Proceedings of the
    Kentucky Academy of Science (2007th ed.). KAS.
   In preparation; not yet submitted: Rowland, N. S., Gilfillen, B. A., Willian, W. T. Broiler
    litter application and tillage effects on carbon sequestration in corn soils. Soil and
    Tillage Research.
   In Preparation: Not Yet Submitted: Netthisinghe, A., Gilfillen, B. A., Willian, W. T.,
    Rowland, N. S. Soil Nutrient Dynamics and Ryegrass Cover Crop efficacy to remediate
    soil nutrient accumulation.... Journal of Soil and Water Conservation.
   Submitted: Gilfillen, B. A., Rowland, N. S., Willian, W. T. Effects of broiler litter
    application on nutrient accumulation in soils. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation.
   Sleugh, B. B., Gilfillen, B. A., Willian, W. T. (2006). Broiler Litter Fertility Regimes
    Influence Forage Nutritive Value of Sorghum-Sudangrass. Forage and Grazinglands,
    FG-2006(0920-01-RS).
   Sleugh, B. B., Gilfillen, B. A., Willian, W. T., Henderson, H. D. (2006). Nutritive Value
    and Nutrient Uptake of Sorghum-Sudangrass Under Different Broiler Litter Fertility
    Regimes. Agronomy Journal, 98, 1594-1599.
   2009 Southern American Society of Agronomy Meetings, American Society of
    Agronomy, Atlanta, GA, "Tillage and poultry litter application influence on nutrient
    accumulation in corn soil", Gilfillen, B. A. (Presenter & Author), Willian, W. T. (Author
    Only), Rowland, N. S. (Author Only), Academic, National, published in proceedings,
    Accepted. (Submitted: October 2008, Accepted: October 2008, Presented: February 1,
    2009).
   Miles Opti-Crop Training, Miles, Evansville, IN, "Weed Control Options for Tobacco",
    Willian, W. T., Non-Academic, Regional, Invited. (Presented: January (1st
    Quarter/Winter) 13, 2009).
   Kentucky Academy of Sciences, KAS, Lexington, KY, "Evaluation of Baby Corn as a
    Niche Crop", Stone, M. J. (Author Only), Holaday, T. (Presenter & Author), Walker, C.
    (Presenter & Author), Gray, E. (Presenter & Author), Willian, W. T. (Presenter &
    Author), Academic, State, published in proceedings, Accepted,
    martin.stone/present/Evaluation of Baby Corn as a Niche Crop.final-1.pptx.
    (Submitted: September 2008, Accepted: October 2008, Presented: November 2008).
   2008 American Society of Agronomy Meetings, American Society of Agronomy,
    Houston, TX, "Remediation of Soil Nutrient Accumulation following poultry litter
    application in orchardgrass", Gilfillen, B. A. (Presenter & Author), Willian, W. T.
    (Author Only), Rowland, N. S. (Author Only), Academic, International, published in
    proceedings, Accepted. (Submitted: May 2008, Accepted: August 2008, Presented:
    October (4th Quarter/Autumn) 8, 2008).
   Grower Training Session, Kentucky Agribusiness Association, Bowling Green, KY,
    "Herbicide Resistance Issues", Willian, W. T. (Presenter & Author), Non-Academic,
    Local, Invited. (Presented: March 4, 2008).
   2007 American Society of Agronomy Meetings, American Society of Agronomy,
    Indianapolis, IN, "Residual nutrient removal by winter cover crop from broiler litter
    amended soils", Johnson, J. M. (Presenter & Author), Sleugh, B. B. (Author Only),
    Gilfillen, B. A. (Author Only), Willian, W. T. (Author Only), Futrell, M. L. (Author Only),
    Academic, International, published in proceedings, Accepted. (Submitted: May 2006,
    Accepted: August 2006, Presented: November 15, 2007).
   2007 American Society of Agronomy Meetings, American Society of Agronomy, New
    Orleans, LA, "Nturient removal by a Rye Cover Crop after Poultry Litter Application to
    Sorghum-Sudangrass", Gilfillen, B. A. (Presenter & Author), Sleugh, B. B. (Author Only),
    Willian, W. T. (Author Only), Futrell, M. L. (Author Only), Academic, International,
    published in proceedings, Accepted. (Submitted: May 2007, Accepted: August 2007,
    Presented: November 7, 2007).
   2007 American Society of Agronomy Meetings, American Society of Agronomy, New
    Orleans, LA, "Nutrient accumulation in Sorghum-Sudangrass with a Winter Rye Cover
    Crop after Poultry Litter Application", Rowland, N. S. (Presenter & Author), Gilfillen, B.
    A. (Author Only), Sleugh, B. B. (Author Only), Willian, W. T. (Author Only), Futrell, M. L.
    (Author Only), Academic, International, published in proceedings, Accepted.
    (Submitted: May 2007, Accepted: August 2007, Presented: November 7, 2007).
   2007 American Society of Agronomy Meetings, American Society of Agronomy, New
    Orleans, LA, "Soil nutrient availability and Corn grain yield as influenced by Tillage and
    Poultry Litter Application", Willian, W. T. (Presenter & Author), Gilfillen, B. A. (Author
    Only), Sleugh, B. B. (Author Only), Futrell, M. L. (Author Only), Academic, International,
    published in proceedings, Accepted. (Submitted: May 2007, Accepted: August 2007,
    Presented: November 5, 2007).
   Grower Training Session, Kentucky Agribusiness Association, Bowling Green, KY,
    "Herbicide Resistance", Willian, W. T. (Presenter & Author), Non-Academic, Local,
    Invited. (Presented: March 1, 2007).
   Tobacco Production Meeting, Farm Credit Services of Mid-America, Glasgow, KY,
    "Weed Control Options for Tobacco", Willian, W. T. (Presenter & Author), Non-
    Academic, Regional, Invited. (Presented: December 12, 2006).
   2006 American Society of Agronomy Meetings, American Society of Agronomy,
    Indianapolis, IN, "Soil nutrient removal by Ryegrass cover crop after poultry litter
    application", Futrell, M. L. (Presenter & Author), Gilfillen, B. A. (Author Only), Sleugh,
    B. B. (Author Only), Johnson, J. M. (Author Only), Willian, W. T. (Author Only),
    Academic, International, published in proceedings, Accepted. (Submitted: May 2006,
    Accepted: August 2006, Presented: November 14, 2006).
   2006 American Society of Agronomy Meetings, American Society of Agronomy,
                  Indianapolis, IN, "Soil nutrient accumulation in an Orchardgrass hayfield following
                  poultry litter application", Gilfillen, B. A. (Presenter & Author), Sleugh, B. B. (Author
                  Only), Willian, W. T. (Author Only), Futrell, M. L. (Author Only), Academic,
                  International, published in proceedings. (Submitted: May 2006, Accepted: August
                  2006, Presented: November 13, 2006).
                 18thCongress of World Soil Sciences, International Union of Soil Scientists,
                  Philadelphia, PA, "Poultry litter application creates nutrient accumulation in Sorghum-
                  Sudangrass Soils", Gilfillen, B. A. (Presenter & Author), Sleugh, B. B. (Author Only),
                  Willian, W. T., Academic, International, published in proceedings, Accepted.
                  (Submitted: January 2006, Accepted: April 2006, Presented: July (3rd
                  Quarter/Summer) 12, 2006).
                 "Determining P availability in Soils treated with Avail", Gilfillen, Becky A, Willian,
                  William T, Kaylissa Horton, Joshua Bennett, Kelly, On-Going, Scholarly. (April 2009 -
                  Present).
                 "Effect of plant population and hybrid choice on yield of baby corn.", Willian, William
                  T, Gray, Elmer, Stone, Martin J, international, On-Going, Scholarly. (May 2007 -
                  Present).
                 "Carbon accumulations in soils with tillage and manure additions", Gilfillen, Becky A,
                  Willian, William T, Annesly Netthisinghe, Naomi Rowland, Kaylissa Horton, Eric
                  Ferguson, Molly Jehlik, Joshua Bennett, Karamat Sistani, On-Going, Scholarly. (March
                  2005 - Present).
                 "Soil remediation following poultry litter application in a silage corn crop", Gilfillen,
                  Becky A, Willian, William T, Annesly Netthisinghe, Naomi Rowland, Kaylissa Horton,
                  Eric Ferguson, Molly Jehlik, Joshua Bennett, On-Going, Scholarly. (March 2005 -
                  Present).
                 "Influence of hybrid selection and plant population on field corn grain yield", Willian,
                  William T, Stone, Martin J, Gray, Elmer, Writing Results, Scholarly. (May 2007 -
                  December 2008). M.S. Thesis Project (T. Ballard)
                 "Using cover crops to remove excess soil nutrients from sorghum-sudangrass fields",
                  Gilfillen, Becky A, Willian, William T, Annesly Netthisinghe, Naomi Rowland, Eric
                  Ferguson, Joshua Bennett, Karamat Sistani, Writing Results, Scholarly. (March 2005 -
                  December 2007).
Dr. Paul         Woosley, P. B., Kessell, J. E. (2008). Innovative ideas to teach turfgrass management. In
Woosley           David White (Ed.), Proceedings of the Kentucky Academy of Sciences. KAS.
Associate         www.kyacademyofscience.org/
Professor        Woosley, P. B., West, B. (2008). Late season aerification effects on bermudagrass. In
of                David White (Ed.), Proceedings of Kentucky Academy of Sciences. KAS.
Agriculture       http://www.kyacademyofscience.org
                 Woosley, P. B. (2008). Fall aerification and topdressing effects on bermudagrass in the
Ph.D.             transition zone. Proceedings from Southern Association of Agriculture Scientist.
University        American Society of Agronomy. www.agronomy.org/branches/southern/
of Kentucky      Woosley, P. B. (2008). What are students looking for in a quality internship program?.
                  In Steve Griggs (Ed.), The Clippet. Louisville, KY: Kyiana GCSAA.
                 Woosley, P. B. (2007). Attracting interns to work in the turf industry. In Dwight Barkley
                  (Ed.), The State of Grass (ed.). Richmond, KY: Kentucky Turfgrass Council.
                 WKU Agriculture Faculty Seminar, Ag. Dept., Bowling Green, KY, "WKU Agriculture
                  student demographics, travel experiences, and college expectations.", Woosley, P. B.,
                  Kessell, J. E., Academic, Local, Invited. (Presented: May 2008).
                 WKU Agriculture Faculty Seminar, WKU Ag. Dept., Bowling Geen, KY, "Hurricane
                  Katrina post 2-years, a turf perspective.", Woosley, P. B., Academic, Local, Invited.
                  (Presented: April (2nd Quarter/Spring) 2008).
                 KTC Shortcourse Workshop, KTC and UK Extension, Louisville, KY, "Spring Dead Spot
                  Control", Woosley, P. B., Academic, State, Invited. (Presented: February 2008).
                 SAAS Annual Conference, Southern Branch of the American Society of Agronomy,
                  Dallas, TX, "Fall aerification and topdressing effects on bermudagrass in the transition
                  zone.", Woosley, P. B., Academic, Regional, published in proceedings, published
                  elsewhere, Accepted. (Submitted: November 2007, Accepted: November 2007,
                  Presented: February 2008).
                 Kentucky Academy of Sciences Annual Conference, KAS, Louisville, KY, "Late season
                  aerification effects on bermudagrass.", Woosley, P. B., Academic, State, published in
                  proceedings, published elsewhere, Accepted. (Submitted: November 2007, Accepted:
                  November 2007, Presented: December 2007).
                 Kentucky Academy of Sciences Annual Conference, KAS, Louisville, KY, "Turf Babies, an
                  innovative idea to teach turfgrass management.",
                 Woosley, P. B., Kessell, J. E., Academic, State, published in proceedings, Accepted.
                  (Submitted: November 2007, Accepted: November 2007, Presented: December 2007).
                 Kentucky Turfgrass Council Annual Conference, KTC, Bowling Green, KY, "WKU
                  turfgrass research update.", Woosley, P. B., Academic, State, Invited. (Presented:
                  October (4th Quarter/Autumn) 2007).
                 University of Kentucky Turfgrass Research Field Day., University of Kentucky,
                  Lexington, KY, "Cultivar performance of creeping bentgrass grown for putting greens.",
                  Woosley, P. B., Academic, State, Invited. (Presented: July (3rd Quarter/Summer)
                  2007).
                 University of Kentucky Turfgrass Research Field Day., University of Kentucky,
                  Lexington, KY., "Performance of creeping cultivars at fairway height.", Woosley, P. B.,
                  Academic, State, Invited. (Presented: July (3rd Quarter/Summer) 2007).
                 "Conversion of vegetative bermudagrass cultivars to new seeded bermudagrass
                  cultivars.", Woosley, Paul B, On-Going, Scholarly. (September 2007 - Present).


                                              Appendix II
                                       Faculty Service 2006-2011

 Faculty               College/University Service                        Professional Service
 Member
Dr. Charles      15 undergraduate student advised and          Host events for Mammoth Cave Area 4-
Anderson          2 graduate students advised (2007-             H clubs, Agriculture, 4-H students, (July
                  2011)                                          2007-June 2008). .
                 Daily care and management of WKU              Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders and
                  horse herd (July 2007-June 2008)               Exhibitors Association Program
                 Coach WKU Intercollegiate Horse Show           Organizer (January 2008-February
                  Team (September 1, 2007-May 12,                2008).
                  2008).                                        The Council on Post Secondary
                                                                 Education’s Equine Trust Fund
                                                              Committee Chairperson (July 2007-
                                                              January 2008).
                                                             Kentucky Equine Trust Committee,
                                                              Chairman (July 1, 2008-Present).
                                                             Consulting with private horse owners
                                                              and industry groups. Spent
                                                              approximately 25 hours for the year.
Dr. Alvin       12 undergraduate students advised and
 Bedel           1 graduate student advised (2007-2011)
Dr. Jenks       163 undergraduate students advised          NAIDC Chairperson
  Britt          and 14 graduate students advised            Assisted with Junior Live Stock Show
                 (2007-2011)                                  (July 2008)
                AGR Fraternity Advisor                      Lecturer for Barren County Young
                Dairy Club Advisor                           Farmers Association (November 2007-
                Graduate Committee (2007-2008)               December 2007)

Dr. David       7 undergraduate students advised
 Coffey          (2007-2011)
                Host for KY-Ecuador Partners of the
                 Americas
Mr. Roger       Assisted with Agriculture Department        Guest speaker at Elizabethtown Garden
 Dennis          Career Day                                   Club (June 2, 2008 - Present).
                WKU Alumni Association Guest Speaker        Guest speaker at Louisville Metro
                 (June 6, 2008)                               Garden Club (May 2008 - Present).
                Assisted with WKU Agriculture ASSET         Guest speaker at Kentucky Florist
                 program (June 2008)                          Association (January 2008)
                Assisted with WKU FFA Field Day (April      Guest speaker at Dreisbach Wholesale
                 2008)                                        florist (October 2, 2008)
                WKU Horticulture Club faculty mentor
                 (2007-Present)
                Agriculture Travel Course Faculty
                 Mentor (September 5, 2009-September
                 7, 2009)
                WKU Horticulture Club trip advisor
                 (April 3, 2009-April 5, 2009)
                53 undergraduate students
                 advised(2007-2011)
Dr. Becky       Undergraduate Research Supervisor for       Editor for Forage and Grazinglands
 Gilfillen       5 students (Spring 2009 and Fall 2007,       Plant Management Network (April 1,
                 July 2009, May 2009).                        2009 - Present).
                Master's Thesis Committee Chair             Secretary of Annual Meeting
                 and/or member for 7 students (January        Committee for the Southern American
                 2006, August 2005, August 2006, June         Society of Agronomy (January 2009 -
                 2008, May 2008, May 2007, May 2007).         Present).
                Program organizer for departmental          Field Trainer Department of Public
                 soil cores (September 2001 - Present).       Health in Soil Morphology (January
                Assisted with WKU Homecoming                 2007-2011
    luncheon (1998-2010).                       Observer and Technical support for
   Representative at Focus on Western           Jerry O’Briends Farm (June 2009)
    (September 2009, February 2007)             Grazinglands Editorial Board Reviewer
   Assisted with Departmental Welcome           (January 2007-April 2009)
    Back (1998-2010)                            American Society of Agronomy Soil
   ATP/OAR advisor (August 2000-                Science Education Award Committee
    December 2010)                               Member (November 2005-October
   Assisted with ASSET Conference (2009,        2006)
    2008, 2007)                                 American Society of Agronomy Soil
   Assisted with Departmental Graduation        Testing and Plant Analysis Committee
    Reception and Commencement (May              Member (November 2004-October
    2009, December 2008, December 2007,          2006)
    December 2006).
   FFA Field Day Land Judging Coordinator
    (1999-2010).
   National Agriculture College Teacher's
    Association Soil Judging Contest Coach
    (1999-2010).
   Search Committee Chair for Agronomy
    Research Scientist Position (June 2008 -
    April 2009).
   Girl's In Science Day Workshop
    Organizer. (2009, 2008, 2007).
   Assisted with Early Admission Day for
    Agriculture Department (2003-2010).
   Goldwater Scholarship Committee
    Member (August 2007 - June 2008).
   Supervisor and Assistant for
    Independent Study Courses (August
    2001 - June 2008).
   Agronomy Club Advisor (August 2000 -
    June 2008).
   Department, Graduation Reception,
    Attendee, Graduation, No, neither.
    (May 10, 2008).
   College, Ogden College Student Awards
    Committee, Committee Member, Yes,
    appointed. (February 2008 - April
    2008).
   University, Search committee for Lab
    Safety Officer Position, Committee
    Member, Yes, appointed. (September
    2007 - April 2008).
   College, Ogden College Student Awards
    Banquet, Attendee, Award Ceremony,
    No, neither. (April 13, 2008).
   Search Committee Chair for Research
                Scientist Position (June 2007 - January
                2008).
               College, Ogden College Sabbatical
                Leave Committee, Committee Member,
                Yes, appointed. (September 2007 -
                December 2007).
               M.S. Environmental Science Committee
                Member (August 2006 - December
                2007).
               Search Committee Chair for Agronomy
                Technician Position (January 2007 -
                May 2007).
               College, Ogden College Sustainability
                Initiative, Attendee, Meeting, No,
                neither. (August 2006 - May 2007).
               Department, Graduation Reception and
                Commencement, Attendee,
                Graduation, No, neither. (May 12,
                2007).
               College, ARTP/POD Expo Event,
                Presented Research, Yes, appointed.
                (March 1, 2007).
               University, Southern Region Soil
                Judging Contest, Program Organizer,
                Yes, appointed. (October 2005 -
                October 2006).
               64 undergraduate students and 8
                graduate students advised (2007-2011)
Dr. Linda      Master’s Thesis Committee Member for         Consulting for local forage producers
Gonzales        4 students (2007-2009)                       FFA Field Day event coordinator (April
               Undergraduate Leadership Practicum            2009, April 2008)
                Committee Member for 3 students              Women in Science and Engineering Girls
                (2008-2009)                                   in Science Day Chairperson 2009
               Graduate Leadership Practicum                Guest Speaker for WKU Genderations
                Committee Member for 1 student                (September 2008)
                (2008-2009)                                  Member of the organizing committee
               Independent student reading faculty           for the Oxford Meeting on Global
                member for 1 student                          Health (September 2005-2011)
               Master’s Non-thesis Committee                Apollo High School FFA Banquet
                Member (October 2008)                         attendee (May 2008)
               Retroactive appeals committee
                member (2009-2011)
               Leader in WISE UP program (November
                2008-2011)
               Faculty mentor (2007-2011)
               Ogden College International Committee
                (October 2007-2011)
                 Center for Leadership Excellence
                  Leadership Development Committee
                  (2006-2011)
                 Leadership Initiative for Faculty
                  Excellence Program Organizer
                  (December 2008-May 2009)
                 Guest Speaker for Women of Western
                  (April 2009)
                 Assist with Homecoming Luncheon
                  (October 2008, November 2007)
                 Prior Learning Assessment Taskforce
                  Committee Member (February 2008-
                  May 2008)
                 Assist with Career Day (March 2008)
                 Center for Leadership Excellence award
                  ceremony attendee (March 2008,
                  November 2007)
                 27 undergraduate students advised and
                  5 graduate students advised (2007-
                  2011)
                 KY-Ecuador Partners of the Americas
                  Host (November 2008 and March 2008)
Dr. Elmer        14 undergraduate students advised and
  Gray            8 graduate students advised (2007-
                  2011)
Ms. Kristie      8 undergraduate students advised
  Guffey          (2007-2011)
Dr. Gordon       402 undergraduate students advised
   Jones          and 8 graduate students advised 2007-
                  2011)
 Dr. John        145 undergraduate students and 9            American Association for Agriculture
 Kessell          graduate students (2007-2011)                Education Reviewer
                 ADA Compliance Committee Member             Program organizer for Barren River
                 Assisted with ASSET                          Regional Contests
                 ATP advisor                                 KAAE Member
                 FFA Leadership Training Center mentor       KY FFA Association Floriculture
                 Focus on Western departmental                Assistant Superintendent
                  representative                              KY FFA Association State parliamentary
                 Departmental Graduate Council                procedure exam program coordinator
                 Homecoming Luncheon attendee                KY FFA Association nursery Assistant
                 National FFA Convention Faculty              superintendent
                  Mentor                                      KY FFA Teacher Educator Committee
                 Student Teaching Chairperson                 Member
                 Assist with Welcome Back                    KY Leadership Training Center Careers
                 Collegiate FFA Advisor                       curriculum program organizer
                 FFA Field Day Chairperson                   KY Leadership Training Center Council
                                                               Committee Member
Dr. Stephen     Agriculture Business Club Advisor             Member of the Kentucky Academy of
    King         (March 2009-2011)                              Science (September 2008-2011)
                Ogden College Student Awards                  Member of the Mid-Continent Regional
                 Ceremony Committee Member (March               Science Association (January 2001-
                 2009-2011)                                     2011)
                ATP Advisor (March 2008-2011)                 Member of the Southern Agricultural
                Kentucky FFA Association Convention            Economics Association (January 2000-
                 contest judge (June 2009, June 2008)           2011)
                FFA Field Day contest judge (April 2009,      Reviewer for Mid-Continent Regional
                 April 2008)                                    Science Association Student Paper
                Assist with Graduation Reception (June         Competition (April 2008)
                 2008, May 2008)                               Provided information for US Peace
                Departmental Student Awards                    Corps Virtual Information session
                 Committee Chairperson (May 2008)               (February 2010)
                Attend Barren County FFA Banquet
                86 undergraduate student advised
                 (2007-2011)
 Dr. Jack       157 undergraduate students advised            Habitat for Humanity Break Trip
 Rudolph         and 29 graduate students advised               participant (May 2010)
                 (2007-2011)
 Mr. Cris       94 undergraduate students advised
 Scudder         (2007-2011)
 Dr. Nevil      University search committee member            Advisory Committee member for the
  Speer          for Glasgow Director (2010)                    Kentucky Beef Council.
                Senate Governance Ad-Hoc Committee            Member of the International Markets
                 Chairperson (2010)                             Committee of the National Cattleman’s
                University Graduate Council                    Association.
                 Chairperson (August 2009-2011)                Committee Chair of the Industry
                University MA Leadership Dynamics              Relations committee of the Kentucky
                 Program Director (September 2004-              Beef Council.
                 2011)                                         United Producers, Inc. advisory
                University Leadership Studies                  committee member (May 2010-2011)
                 Committee Member (2003-2011)                  National Institute for Animal Agriculture
                Coordinator of Beef Unit at University         Advocacy Council Committee Chair
                 Farm (1995-2011)                               (February 2010-2011)
                Search Committee member for                   Committee Member of the Stocker
                 Institutional Research Director (May           Advisory Board of Elanco Animal Health
                 2010-July 2010)                                (April 2009-2011)
                College Committee Chair for University        National Institute for Animal Agriculture
                 College Curriculum By-Laws (May 2010-          ID/EXPO planning committee member
                 July 2010)                                     (March 2009-August 2009)
                USDA-ARS LAEC Coordinator                     National Institute for Animal Agriculture
                Graduation attendee (May 2010)                 ID/INFO EXPO session leader (March
                University Senate Health Insurance             2009-August 2009)
                 Reserve Fund Subcommittee member              National Institute for Animal Agriculture
                 (March 2010-May 2010                           Annual Meeting Planning Committee
                Boyd-Lubker visiting scholar committee         (November 2008-March 2009).
    member (September 2009-May 2010)         National Institute for Animal Agriculture
   University Senate Committee member        annual meeting committee member
    (August 2009-May 2010)                    (August 2008-March 2009)
   College University College Curriculum    Review policy for Wageningen UR
    Committee Chair (September 2008-May       Animal Sciences Group (August 2008-
    2010)                                     November 2008)
   LEAD 400/600 Faculty Mentor (January     National Institute for Animal Agriculture
    2008-May 2010)                            ID/INFO EXPO Planning Committee
   University Advisory Committee             member (June 2007-September 2007).
    member on Faculty continuance and
    faculty grievance (January 2008-
    December 2009)
   Member of the University Graduate
    Council (September 2007-July 2009)
   Graduation Attendee (May 2009,
    December 2008, May 2008, December
    2007)
   University REAL advisors position
    committee chair (July 2008-Setpember
    2008)
   College BIS Development committee
    co-chair (September 2007-September
    2008)
   Expo Center Director search committee
    member (June 2008-August 2008)
   College University College Curriculum
    committee member (September 2007-
    August 2008)
   ALIVE Center Director position
    committee chair (July 2008)
   Dean of Graduate Studies search
    committee member (April 2007-May
    2008)
   University College Development
    Committee Member (September 2007-
    May 2008)
   Ogden College Faculty Awards
    committee member (April 2008)
   Ogden Scholar Award committee award
    (April 2008)
   Faculty Staff Capital Campaign
    Departmental representative (August
    2007)
   Doctoral Advisory Committee Chair
    (January 2009-2011)
   21 undergraduate students advised and
    218 graduate students advised (2007-
                 2011)
Dr. David       36 undergraduate students advised and
  Stiles         2 graduate students advised (2007-
                 2011)
Dr. Martin      Master’s Thesis Committee Chair for 5       Baker Arboretum Speaker Series
  Stone          students (2006-2009)                         Committee Chair (January 2005-2011)
                Master’s Thesis Committee Member for        KAS Agriculture Section Committee
                 2 students (2006-2009)                       Chair (November 2008-November 2009)
                Directed student undergraduate              KAS President (October 2009)
                 research for 6 students (2008-2009)         KAS Program Committee Chair (October
                ASSET Faculty Mentor (2007-2011)             2008-October 2009)
                Department Seminar Organizer (2006-         State FFA Speaking contest judge (June
                 2011)                                        2009)
                FFA Field Day organizer (2006-2011)         Nashville Rose Society Guest Speaker
                College Curriculum Committee member          (June 2009)
                 (August 2003-2011)                          Warren County Master Gardeners
                Horticulture Club faculty mentor             Guest Speakers (May 2009)
                 (August 2003-2011)                          Kentucky State Tree Board Meeting
                Organizer for departmental grafting          Attendee (March 2009)
                 seminars (February 2008)                    KAS Vice-president (November 2007-
                Departmental Academic Dishonesty             November 2008)
                 Chairperson (August 2006-April 2007)        Field Day at WKU AREC for University of
                University Centennial Committee              Kentucky extension service (January
                 Member (January 2005-January 2007)           2008-2011)
                91 undergraduate students advised and       Coordinate processing and packaging of
                 5 graduate students advised (2007-           Arbor Day tree giveaways.
                 2011)                                       Bowling Green Rose Society
                                                              representative for Horticulture
                                                              scholarships
Dr. Todd        Master’s Thesis Committee Chair for 3      Kentucky Agricultural Council Committee
 Willian         students (January 2008-December             Member (2007-2011)
                 2009; August 2006-December 2008;           National Farm Machinery Show
                 and August 2005-May 2007 )                  Representative for Department (2006-
                Advisor for M.S. Non-Thesis Option for      2011)
                 3 students (August 2002-Present; May
                 2006-May 2009; and August 2004-May
                 2008)
                Master’s Thesis Committee Member for
                 2 students (August 2007-December
                 2008; August 2005-May 2007)
                Departmental Library Chairperson
                 (1999-2011)
                Ogden College Library Committee
                 Member (2006-2011)
                Departmental Scholarship Committee
                 member (2006-2011)
                SACS Assessment Committee Member
               (2006-2011
              FFA Field Day Event Coordinator (1998-
               2011)
              Agronomy Club advisor (1998-2011)
              AGR Fraternity Advisor (1998-2008)
              Faculty Search committee chairperson
               (2007)
              Non-faculty search committee
               chairperson (2007)
              Faculty Awards committee member
               (2006-2007)
              Scorer/Record keeper for Southern
               Region Soil Judging Contest (2006)
              82 undergraduate students advised and
               11 graduate students advised (2007-
               2011)
Dr. Paul      347 undergraduate student advised and       Consulting at Crosswinds Municipal Golf
Woosley        4 graduate students advised (2007-           course (May 2007-May 2008)
               2011)                                       Consulting for homeowners, landscape
              Manage WKU Turf grass golf course and        companies and lawn care businesses
               classroom /lab building                      (May 2007-May 2008)
              Assist with Early Enrollment (2008).        Consulting for Harmony Landing
              Assist with Graduation Reception (May        Country Club (April 2008)
               2008)                                       Consulting for Valhalla Country Club
              Assist with Managing grounds at ROPES        (April 2008)
               course (May 2008)                           Consulting for Idle Hour Country Club
              Assist with compost heated greenhouse        (April 2008)
               project construction (May 2007-May          Consulting for 14 Career Day
               2008)                                        companies (2008)
              Assist with management of WKU               Consulting for UK Athletics (October
               wetlands (May 2007-May 2008)                 2007)
              Assist with construction of biodiesel       Consulting for Warren County Schools
               project (April 2008)                         athletic fields (June 2007-September
              Assist with FFA Field Day (April 2008)       2007)
              Assist with WKU Homecoming                  Consulting for Bowling Green High
               Luncheon (November 2007)                     School athletic fields (September 2007)
              Represent Agriculture department at         Interviewee for UK Turfgrass
               Focus on Western (October 2007)              Management Program (September
              Assist with Department Phonathon call        2007)
               backs (September 2007)                      Kentucky Turfgrass Council Board of
              Represent Agriculture department at          Directors Education Advisor (August
               Majors Fair (September 2007)                 2002-May 2008)
              Assist with Welcome Back Party (August      Kentucky Turfgrass Council Committee
               2007)                                        Member (August 2002-May 2008)
              ATP advisor (May 2007-May 2008)             Kentucky Turfgrass Council Education
              Ag Ambassador Advisor (May 2007-May          Advisor (August 2002-Present)
               2008)
                Career Day Chairperson (May 2007-
                 May 2008)
                University Senate (May 2007-May
                 2008)
                Turf Club Advisor (May 2007-May 2008)
                Assisted with ASSET Conference (June
                 2007)
                University Faculty Welfare Committee
                 Member (May 2007)
                Ceres and Farmhouse Advisor (May
                 2007)
                Undergraduate Research Supervisor for
                 3 students (January 2008-May 2008,
                 October 2006-May 2007)
                Consulting for WKU Athletics (May
                 2007-May 2008)
                Assist with researching equipment for
                 Ag Expo center (March 2008)

                                            Appendix III
                                  Faculty Grant Activity 2006-2011
EXTERNAL GRANTS
  Faculty                                            Grants
Dr. Charles  "Equine Trust Fund (Additional Allocation)", CPE, 2, Awarded: $40,000.00 (Award:
 Anderson     August 8, 2008, Start: July 1, 2006, End: June 30, 2050).
             Grant, "Equine Trust Fund (Supplement)", Instruction, CPE, 2, Anderson, C. E.
              (Principal), Requested: $380,000.00, Awarded: $380,000.00, (Submitted: August 1,
              2007, Award: January 1, 2008, Start: June 2008, Closed: January 1, 2008).
 Dr. Jenks  Grant, "Johne's Disease Demo Herd", National Johne's Disease Demo Herds, Britt, J. S.,
   Britt      Awarded: $12,000.00, Awarded. (Submitted: September 2003, End: December 2010).
             Grant, "Johne's Disease Demo Herd", National Johne's disease Demo Herds, Britt, J. S.,
              Awarded: $12,000.00, Awarded. (Submitted: September 2003, End: December 2010).
             Sponsored Research, "Effect of Colostrum Derived Immune Modulators on Calf and
              Pig Health", Research, ReBorne, Private Company, Britt, J. S., Awarded: $52,000.00
              (Award: July 2008, Start: December 2008, End: July 2010).
             "The Effect of Colostral Derived Immune Modulators on Average Daily Gains and
              Health Events in Calves", Halstrum LLC, 5, Requested: $27,585.00, Awarded:
              $26,257.00 (Submitted: March 24, 2008, Award: January 6, 2009, Start: December 4,
              2008, End: December 3, 2009).
             "The Effect of Colostral Derived Immune Modulators on Average Daily Gains and
              Health Events in Pigs", Halstrum LLC, 5, Requested: $22,415.00, Awarded: $23,743.00
              (Submitted: March 24, 2008, Award: January 6, 2009, Start: December 4, 2008, End:
              December 3, 2009)
             "Johne's Disease Demonstration Herd", KDA, 1, Awarded: $6,519.00, (Award:
              December 31, 2007, Start: January 1, 2008, End: March 31, 2009, Closed: April 16,
              2009).
             Sponsored Research, "Johne's Disease Water Trough Biofilm Study", USDA-ARS, Govt,
                Britt, J. S. (Co-Principal), (Start: January 2008, End: January 2009).
               Contract, "Effect of IGP5/10 on Production in a Commercial Dairy in Kentucky",
                Research, Akey Nutrition, Britt, J. S., Awarded: $500.00, Closed. (End: March 2008).
               "A comparison of milk & blood urea nitrogen levels on cows fed urea or Optigen",
                Research, Alltech Biotechnology Center, 4, Britt, J. S., Requested: $3,900.00, Awarded:
                $3,900.00 (Submitted: March 26, 2007, Award: March 31, 2007, Start: March 19,
                2007, End: June 30, 2007).
               "Johne's Disease Demonstration Herd Program", Research, KDA, 1, Britt, J. S.,
                Awarded: $3,194.00 (Award: July 7, 2006, Start: July 7, 2006).
               "Johne's Disease Demonstration Herd Program (Supplement)", Research, KDA, 1, Britt,
                J. S., Awarded: $506.00 (Award: March 17, 2006, End: June 30, 2006, Closed:
                November 14, 2005).
               "Johne's Disease Demonstration Herd Program (supplement)", Research, KDA, 1, Britt,
                J. S., Awarded: $6,000.00 (Award: December 16, 2005, Start: October 15, 2005, End:
                June 30, 2006, Closed: November 14, 2005).
Dr. David      "Support Services for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students", KY Cabinet for Workforce
 Coffey         Dev, 2, Awarded: $232,478.00 (Award: December 12, 2008, Start: July 1, 2008, End:
                June 30, 2009).
               "Student Support Services-Students who are deaf or hard of hearing (supplement)",
                Student Service, KY Cabinet for Workforce Dev, 2, Coffey, D. M., Awarded: $43,779.24
                (Award: February 5, 2007, Start: January 1, 2007, End: June 30, 2007).
               "Support Services-Students Who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing", Student Service, KY
                Cabinet for Workforce Dev, 2, Coffey, D. M., Requested: $183,585.00, Awarded:
                $182,685.00 (Submitted: May 31, 2006, Award: June 22, 2006, Start: July 1, 2006, End:
                June 30, 2007).
               "Gender Equity Manual for Agricultural Education", Instruction, KY Cabinet for
                Workforce Dev/Federal, 2, Coffey, D. M., Requested: $11,000.00 (Submitted: June 6,
                2003, Start: July 1, 2003, End: June 30, 2007).
               "Teaching Mathematical and Geometric Skills Related to Surveying for Construction
                and Land Class", Instruction, KDE Federal, 1, Coffey, D. M., Requested: $2,365.00,
                Awarded: $2,365.00 (Submitted: November 29, 2006, Award: March 7, 2007, Start:
                April 1, 2007, End: May 31, 2007, Closed: August 6, 2007).
               "Teaching Technical Skills Related to FFA Career Development Events", Instruction,
                KDE Federal, 1, Coffey, D. M., Requested: $2,429.00, Awarded: $2,429.00 (Submitted:
                November 29, 2006, Award: March 7, 2007, Start: April 1, 2007, End: May 31, 2007,
                Closed: August 3, 2007).
               "Teaching Mathematical and Geometric Skills Related to Surveying for
                Construction/Land Classification", Instruction, KY Cabinet for Workforce Dev, 2,
                Coffey, D. M., Requested: $3,443.00, Awarded: $3,443.00, (Submitted: November 10,
                2005, Award: February 17, 2006, Start: May 1, 2006, End: June 30, 2006, Closed:
                October 27, 2006).
               "Teaching Technical Skills Related to FFA Career Development Events", Instruction, KY
                Cabinet for Workforce Dev, 2, Coffey, D. M., Requested: $2,347.00, Awarded:
                $2,347.00(Submitted: November 10, 2005, Award: February 27, 2006, Start: May 15,
                2006, End: June 30, 2006, Closed: October 30, 2006).
               "Support Services-Students who are deaf and hard of hearing", Public Service, KY
                Cabinet for Workforce Dev, 2, Coffey, D. M., Awarded: $74,343.00(Award: August 24,
                 2005, Start: July 1, 2005, End: June 30, 2006, Closed: March 2, 2007).
Dr. Becky       Grant, "Poultry Waste Management Strategies", Research, USDA, 1, Gilfillen, B. A.
 Gilfillen       (Principal), Willian, W. T. (Co-Principal), Requested: $296,014.00, Awarded:
                 $149,674.00, Awarded. (Submitted: February 2005, Award: May 2009, Start: June 1,
                 2009).
                Sponsored Research, "Evaluation of Avail in No-Till Corn", Research, Southern States,
                 Willian, W. T. (Co-Principal), Gilfillen, B. A. (Co-Principal), Awarded. (Start: April 2009).
                Contract, "BGMU Composting Project", Research, BGMU, 4, Gilfillen, B. A.
                 (Supporting), Rudolph, J. L. (Supporting), Reynolds, J. O. (Principal), Requested:
                 $50,002.00, Awarded: $50,002.00 (Submitted: August 8, 1998, Award: September 14,
                 1998, Start: September 2008).
Dr. Linda       Grant, "NSF PAESMEM", Public Service, National Science Foundation, Government,
Gonzales         granting, Gonzales, L. B. (Principal), Wilson, S. (Co-Principal), Requested: $10,000.00,
                 Currently under Review. (Submitted: April 21, 2009, Start: December 1, 2009, End:
                 November 30, 2010).
Dr. Gordon      "Respiratory Protection Against Bioaerosols in Agriculture", Research,
   Jones         NIOSH/University of Cincinnati, 1, Jones, G., Requested: $93,999.00, Appropriation:
                 $0.00, Pending. (Submitted: October 23, 2006, Start: July 1, 2007, End: June 30, 2010).
                "The Effect of Colostral Derived Immune Modulators on Average Daily Gains and
                 Health Events in Pigs", Halstrum LLC, 5, Requested: $22,415.00, Awarded: $23,743.00,
                 Appropriation: $0.00, Awarded. (Submitted: March 24, 2008, Award: January 6, 2009,
                 Start: December 4, 2008, End: December 3, 2009)
                "The Effect of Colostral Derived Immune Modulators on Average Daily Gains and
                 Health Events in Finisher Calves and Pigs", Halstrum LLC, 5, Requested: $52,296.00,
                 Appropriation: $0.00, Pending. (Submitted: March 24, 2008, Start: June 1, 2008, End:
                 July 31, 2009).
                "The Effect of Colostral Derived Immune Modulators on Average Daily Gains and
                 Health Events in Finisher Calves and Pigs", Research, Halstrum LLC, 5, Requested:
                 $52,296.00, Appropriation: $0.00, Pending. (Submitted: March 24, 2008, Start: June 6,
                 2008, End: July 31, 2009).
                "The Effect of Colostral Derived Immune Modulators on Average Daily Gains and
                 Health Events in Pigs", Research, Halstrum LLC, 5, Requested: $22,415.00,
                 Appropriation: $0.00, Pending. (Submitted: March 24, 2008, Start: June 6, 2008, End:
                 July 31, 2009).
                "Respiratory Protection Against Bioaerosols in Agriculture", NIOSH/University of
                 Cincinnati, 1, Requested: $94,223.00, (Submitted: June 6, 2005, Start: April 1, 2006,
                 End: March 31, 2009).
 Dr. Jack       "Leaf Composting Project" Awarded $45,000 each fiscal year (2006-2011)
 Rudolph        Perkins Grant FY2009-$1607; FY2009-$10,988; FY2008-$4,437.00; FY2007-$127.00;
                 FY2007-$2,652; FY2005-$24,100; FY2005-$621
Dr. Martin      "Propagation of Rare and at Risk Species Via Greenhouse and Seed Orchard
  Stone          Production", Research, NPS/Mammoth Cave National Park, 1, Stone, M. J., Requested:
                 $10,000.00, Awarded: $10,000.00, (Submitted: June 24, 2005, Award: June 10, 2005,
                 Start: June 10, 2005, End: June 9, 2010).
                "Propagation of Rare and at Risk Species Via Greenhouse and Seed Orchard
                 Production", NPS/Mammoth Cave National Park, 1, Requested: $10,000.00, Awarded:
                 $10,000.00, (Submitted: June 24, 2005, Award: June 10, 2005, Start: June 10, 2005,
                     End: June 9, 2010).
 Dr. Todd          Sponsored Research for BASFA, "Evaluation of Interrelationships Between Residual
  Willian           Weed Control and Fungicides in Soybeans", Research, BASF, Willian, W. T. (Principal),
                    Funded (Start: June 2009).
                   Sponsored Research, "Kixor Soybean Preplant Efficacy in No-Till", Research, BASF,
                    Willian, W. T. (Principal), Funded (Start: June 2009).
                   Grant, "Poultry Waste Management Strategies", Research, USDA, 1, Gilfillen, B. A.
                    (Principal), Willian, W. T. (Co-Principal), Requested: $296,014.00, Awarded:
                    $149,674.00, (Submitted: February 2005, Award: May 2009, Start: June 1, 2009).
                   Sponsored Research, "Evaluation of Interrelationships Between Residual Weed Control
                    and Fungicides in Corn", Research, BASF, Willian, W. T. (Principal), Funded (Start: May
                    2009).
                   Sponsored Research, "Evaluation of Non-Selective Burndown Herbidides + Sharpen",
                    Research, BASF, Willian, W. T. (Principal), Funded (Start: May 2009).
                   Sponsored Research, "Evaluation of Avail in No-Till Corn", Research, Southern States,
                    Willian, W. T. (Co-Principal), Gilfillen, B. A. (Co-Principal), Awarded. (Start: April 2009).
                   Sponsored Research, "Kixor Corn Weed Control Programs", Research, BASF,
                    Agricultural, Willian, W. T. (Principal), Funded (Start: April 2009).
                   Sponsored Research, "Field Corn Isoline Comparison", Research, Monsanto, Willian, W.
                    T. (Principal), Awarded: $6,500.00, (Start: May 2004, End: November 2007).
                   Sponsored Research, "Corn Hybrid Variety Trial", Research, Monsanto, Willian, W. T.,
                    Awarded: $8,000.00, (Start: May 2005, End: November 2006).
                   Sponsored Research, "Roundup Ready Alfalfa Trial", Research, Monsanto, Willian, W. T.
                    (Co-Principal), Sleugh, B. B. (Co-Principal), Awarded: $1,500.00. (Start: March 2006,
                    End: October 2006).
                   "Poultry Waste Management Strategies Year 2", Public Service, USDA, 1, Willian, W. T.,
                    Requested: $538,830.00, Awarded: $538,830.00, (Submitted: March 11, 2002, Award:
                    May 24, 2002, Start: May 25, 2002, End: March 30, 2006).
 Dr. Paul           Sponsored research for Pure Seed Test Inc, $3000
 Woosley            Sponsored research for Kentucky Turfgrass Council $3600

INTERNAL GRANTS
   Faculty                                            Grants
  Dr. Linda  "Leadership Development for Faculty: Pilot Project for Women Faculty" Grant
 Gonzales     $2442.00 (December 2008-June 2009)
  Dr. John  "Agriculture Education Travel Grant" $5000 (July 1, 2009-Jun29, 2010)
   Kessell   "Agriculture Education Travel Grant" $4000 (July 1, 2008-June 29,2009)
 Dr. Martin  Grant, "Sustainable Agriculture Demonstration/Teaching Project at AREC", Stone, M. J.
    Stone     (Co-Principal), $26,090.00, Pending. (Start: January 2010).
             Grant, "Developing Asian Studies at Western Kentucky University", Stone, M. J.
              (Supporting), $4,000.00, Awarded. (Start: August 2009).
             Grant, "Vegetable Production at WKU AREC", Stone, M. J. (Principal), $18,000.00,
              Pending. (Start: September 2009, End: June 2010).
             SGA Grant, "Student Organic Vegetable Farm" $2500 (July 2009-June 2010)
  Dr. Paul  Pie Award for FFA Field Day (April 2008)
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