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					CHARLES BRYAN COX Professor, Department of Agricultural Education, Communication and 4-H Youth Development, &
Interim Assistant Director, OCES, 4-H Programs

Oklahoma State University Stillwater, OK 74078 (405) 744-8885
Charles.Cox@okstate.edu EDUCATION Ed.D Degree, Agricultural Education, Oklahoma State University, May 1994 Degree emphasis in Education Administration An assessment of the knowledge and perceptions of agriculture by selected fourth grade teachers in Oklahoma. Oklahoma State University. May 1994. Advisor, Dr. Eddy Finley. M.S. Degree, Agriculture Education, Oklahoma State University, May 1988 Identification and comparison of factors influencing Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service agents to remain in the profession. May 1988. Advisor, Dr. James P. Key B.S. Degree, Agronomy, Oklahoma State University, May 1979 Assoc. of Sci. Degree, Agriculture, Murray State College, Tishomingo, OK, May 1977 Diploma, Dickson High School, Dickson, Oklahoma, May 1975 EMPLOYMENT RECORD Professor, Department of Agricultural Education, Communications and 4-H Youth Development, State Extension Specialist, 4-H Youth Development Cooperative Extension Service, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma. February 1, 2006 - present Interim Assistant Director, OCES, 4-H Programs July, 2005 promoted to Professor July, 2000 promoted to Associate Professor January 1, 1998 to present, State Ext. Specialist and Program Leader July, 1995 promoted to Assistant. Professor October 1, 1994 to October 1, 1996, Interim State 4-H Program Leader July, 1994 Tenure Granted April 1, 1989-September 25, 1989 Interim Assistant Director, OCES, 4-H Programs October 24, 1988 to June 1995, Instructor Logan County Extension Agricultural Agent and CED, August 1981 to October 1988. Cooperative Extension Service, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma. Woods County Extension Agricultural Agent and CED, July 1980-July 1981. Cooperative Extension Service, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma. Woods County Extension 4-H Agent, June 1979-July 1980. Cooperative Extension Service, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma.

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EMPLOYMENT RESPONSIBILITIES Interim Assistant Director: -- Some of my major responsibilities during the interim time are as follows, many of these were things I was doing as Program Leader in cooperation with the Assistant Director.  Represent the needs of the 4-H program and its staff at administrative meetings within the DASNR.  Provide leadership to the 4-H and youth development educators/specialists and programs.  Work closely with department heads and faculty for planning, developing, implementing and evaluating the 4-H and youth development programs. Have added two new 4-H specialists housed in academic departments yet directed largely by the unit.  Provide leadership to establish and support interdisciplinary teams to address youth issues. This has been done by working with Impact and Initiative Teams within DASNR.  Develop and administer financial support for 4-H youth development programs including appropriated funds, external funds, grants, and contracts.  Serve as a spokesperson for Oklahoma 4-H programs and in addressing issues facing young people.  Mentor and support the 4-H youth development professionals in the department.  Share leadership in Extension‟s commitment to program for the diversity represented in Oklahoma‟s population, this is done through collaborations with Langston University, tribal groups, and an increased emphasis on program expansion.  Engage in scholarly and creative youth development work in support of county/district 4-H programs and professionals. This is done through student advisement, guest lecturing, and directed graduate research.  Provide leadership for multi-state activities related to 4-H.  Manage the unit‟s budget and provide clinical supervision to the faculty and staff.  Provide leadership for programs that meet the needs of eligible clientele regardless of race, color, and national origin, sex, age, disability, religion, or veteran status. Program Leader Responsibilities: In conjunction with the Assistant Director  Identify emerging needs and issues and recommend programming to meet those needs.  Work with Assistant Director to develop programming strategies.  Administer reporting system including enrollment.  Work with Executive Director, Oklahoma 4-H Foundation to provide leadership to the development of external funding.  Meet with DASNR state specialists to coordinate state 4-H directions and priorities.  Provide interpretation of 4-H policies related to local, county and state programming efforts.  Assisted District Extension Directors in matters related to 4-H policy and county based staffing. Participate in monthly applicant screening for the OCES employment pool.  Serve as the first point of contact for parents, leaders, agents, and administrators regarding 4-H programmatic issues and as much as possible filter those through the District Program Specialists..  Represent DASNR and Oklahoma 4-H at various state, regional and national 4-H functions and on various committees as assigned. Specialist Responsibilities:  Literature Management, including the management of the curriculum inventory and the printing budget  School Enrichment Coordination; Ag in the Classroom Coordination; and associated projects in the curriculum area of Social and Political Science, and Science and Technology.  Some associated projects include: Shooting Sports, agriculture literacy education, citizenship, community development, and leadership.

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Activities relating to responsibilities: State 4-H Roundup Coordinator (7 years), State 4-H Leadership Congress (12 years), Citizenship Washington Focus Trip Coordinator (8 years), Western 4-H Roundup Trip Coordinator (4 years), Kansas City Conference Trip Coordinator (6 years), Ag in the Classroom State Coordinator, Ag in the Classroom Teacher Institute, 4-H Day at the Capitol, 5-State-Level Shooting Sports events annually, 3-annual events with the athletic department.

REFEREED AND PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES, PRESENTATIONS and POSTER SESSIONS

Presentations:
Cox, C. Dunlap, N. and Sallee, J. (2004). Rural Youth Development Program: Engaging Youth Serving Community. Program Highlight and Exhibit. National 4-H Council Program Conference, OKC, OK. Howard, J., Cox, C.B. and Sallee, J. (2004). An introduction to CECP and e-Extension. OKC, OK. National Association of Extension 4-H Agents National Meeting. Cox, C.B. (2004). An introduction to e-Extension and CECP. New Orleans, LA. Invited General Assembly Speaker. Cox, C.B., Winsel, D. Mueggue, P (1999). Funding your Ag in the Classroom program. Proceedings of the 1999 National Ag in the Classroom Conference, Oklahoma City, OK. Cox, C.B. (March, 1999). Using Ag in the Classroom as a 4-H School Enrichment Program. Southern Regional Triennial 4-H Specialists Meeting. Williamsburg, VA. Wilhelm, A., Cox, C., & Terry Jr. R. (1998). Assessment of an Ag in the Classroom summer institute. th Proceedings of the 48 annual Southern Region Agricultural Education Research Meeting. Little Rock, AR. Cox, C.B. & Terry, V.J. (1997). Ag Goes to School. Proceedings of the National Extension Galaxy Summit Conference. Cincinnati, OH. (Workshop and Poster Session) Terry, V. Cox, C., Forbes, S., Chambers, B. (1997). Building upon common ground. Proceedings of the 47th Annual Southern Region and 16th Annual Western Region Agricultural Education Research Meeting, Stillwater, OK. Leising, J. Igo, C., Hubert, D., Torrance, N., Terry, Jr. R., Cox, C., (1997). Setting the Standard in Agricultural Literacy. Proceedings of the 47th Annual Southern Region and 16th Annual Western Region Agricultural Education Research Meeting, Stillwater, OK. Cox, C.B. (1996). 4-H School Enrichment Programming. NAE4-HA Curriculum Pre-conference session. Grand Rapids, MI. Cox, C.B. (1996). Let‟s look at what Youth are saying About the Issues in Their Life. Southern Regional Triennial Meeting of 4-H faculty. Memphis, Tennessee. Cox, C.B. and Rutledge, J. A. (1994). Classic collaborations for 4-H programming. National Association of Extension 4-H Agents, Niagara Falls, NY. Cox, C.B., Rupp, C., Tsoodle, P. (1994). Oklahoma‟s Ag in the Classroom program. National Ag in the Classroom Conference. Kansas City, MO. Cox, C.B. (1994). Addressing Ag literacy issues. National Ag in the Classroom Conference. Kansas City, MO. Cox, C.B and Klumpp, B.M. (1993). Oklahoma Aqua Times - water quality education. National Association of Extension 4-H Agents Conference. Winston Salem, North Carolina. Cox, C.B. (1991). Cloverbud 4-H - Strengthening families. Poster Session, NAE4-HA National Conference. Phoenix, Arizona. Cox, C.B. and Key, J.P. (1989). Why agents remain in the profession. Research Report for Agriculture Education, Western Region Conference.

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Posters: Cox, C., Manske T. (2002). The impact of the 4-H Shooting Sports training in Oklahoma, (poster) AAAE Southern Region Conference, Orlando, FL. Terry, V. Cox, C., Forbes, S., Chambers, B. (1997). Building upon common ground. Proceedings of the 47th Annual Southern Region and 16th Annual Western Region Agricultural Education Research Meeting, Stillwater, OK. Publications: Cox, C., Manske T. (2002). Assessment of the 4-H Shooting Sports in Oklahoma, The Agricultural Education Magazine, 74;6 26pp. Terry, V. Cox, C. (2000). 4-H: Offering Lifelong Seamless Learning, The Agricultural Education Magazine. 72 (6) p. 14-15. Submitted but not published: McDaniel, J. and Cox, C. (2004). An Assessment of the Management Practices of Beef Cattle Producers in Atoka and Coal Counties of Oklahoma. Submitted to the Journal of Extension. Cox, C., Manske T. (2001). The impact of the 4-H Shooting Sports training in Oklahoma, Submitted to the Journal of Extension. Cox, C., Worthington, K. (2001). Youth community service projects among Oklahoma 4-H members. Submitted to the Journal of Extension. Wilhelm, A. Cox, C., (1999). Comparison of elementary teachers' use of agriculture in their teaching. Research Brief submitted for review for the Journal of Extension. Cox, C.B. (1989). What Keeps You Working? Article submitted to Journal of Extension. GRANTS These are current grants where I am either the primary investigator or where I have provided major support to the PI:

Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry - $25,000 (FY-07) Contract to support development of lessons for 7th & 8th grade Ag in the Classroom lessons. USDA National Ag in the Classroom Development Grant - $5,000 (FY05) Co-authored with Pat Thompson to develop nutrition education lessons related to agriculture, especially production agriculture.* Learn & Serve America, Oklahoma Department of Education - $50,000 (CY-04) Co-authored with Nancy Dunlap to create a community based leadership project in 11 Southeast Oklahoma Counties. * Oklahoma Beef Industry Council Grant - $10,000 (FY 04), (FY-05) A financial commitment to support the Oklahoma Ag in the Classroom Project and for teacher training and program implementation, through direct payment by OBIC. Engaging Youth, Serving Community - $8,700 (FY-04-05) Authored the Oklahoma proposal to support programs in a multistate regional grant for 4-H Afterschool. National Wild Turkey Federation - $500 (FY-05) Funds to underwrite training expenses associates with the 4-H Shooting Sports Project.* Federal Cartridge Company - $400 (FY-05)
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Funds to underwrite training expenses associates with the 4-H Shooting Sports Project.* Engaging Youth, Serving Community - $25,000 (FY-03-04) Authored the Oklahoma proposal for 4-H Afterschool programs.
Engaging Youth, Serving Community - $25,000 (FY-03-04) Authored the Oklahoma proposal for 4-H Afterschool programs. National 4-H Council- Chevy Chase Maryland - $8,500 (FY-03) Assisted Jeff Sallee in submitting proposal to provide training for youth, Extension Educators, and volunteers teams in the area of biotechnology in agriculture. National Wild Turkey Federation - $500 (FY-03) (FY-04) Funds to underwrite training expenses associates with the 4-H Shooting Sports Project. Federal Cartridge Company - $400 (FY-03) Funds to underwrite training expenses associates with the 4-H Shooting Sports Project. National Wild Turkey Federation - $2,500 (FY-01) (FY-02) Funds to underwrite training expenses associates with the 4-H Shooting Sports Project. National Shooting Sports Foundation - *$7,500 (FY-02) Shooting Sports Trailer for Air Rifle training and program promotion. *Estimated value. National 4-H Council- Chevy Chase Maryland - $2,500 (FY 99-2000) Funds to provide training for Extension Educators and volunteers in the area of biotechnology in agriculture. Plant Industry and Consumer Service Division of the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture - $39,000 (FY97) I assisted in the development of a grant proposal to the US Department of Environmental Protection Agency Region 6 for the development of 15 instructional lessons on the topics of Integrated Pest Management, Safe Pesticide Use, and Food Safety. Oklahoma Department of Education (FY 96) - $46,000, (FY97) - $46,000, (FY98) - $50,001 (FY 99) $50,001, (FY 00) $50,001, (FY-01)-$50,018, (FY-02)-$50,019, (FY-03)-$47,518 (FY-04 – FY-07)-$ $43,788 A grant earmarked for the development of instructional materials for the Oklahoma Ag in the Classroom Project. USDA Creek Nation Extension Agent Grant (FY 96) - $48,000, (FY 97) - $52,000 (FY 98) S46,000, (FY 01) $43,000 Designed to provide a full-time Extension 4-H Agent in the Muscogee (Creek) Nation of Oklahoma. In November I wrote the five-year program summary and application for a new project grant for the next five years, (FYS 1998-2003). USDA Extension Indian Reservation Grant Program Submitted three new proposals but none were funded. All will be considered for funding in FY99. Oklahoma Beef Industry Council Grant (3 year) - $50,000 ended in 1998 A grant earmarked for the development of instructional materials for the Oklahoma Ag in the Classroom Project and for teacher training and program implementation. Oklahoma Beef Council Grant - $10,000 (FY 99) (FY 00) (FY 01) (FY 02) (FY-03) A grant earmarked for the development of instructional materials for the Oklahoma Ag in the Classroom Project and for teacher training and program implementation. Oklahoma Pork Council (6/98) - $10,000 renewed for 99- increased to $14,250 in 2000, reduced to $10,000 in 2001 due to loss of revenue form the Pork Referendum $10,000 awarded in 2003, the funds will be designated for teacher grants in 2004 but will be awarded directly by the Pork Council as we direct. A grant to be used for Ag in the Classroom expansion for teacher stipends and classroom grants. Oklahoma Peanut Commission (6/98) - $1,500 renewed for 99- $1,000 for (FY-00) (FY-01) (FY-02) A grant to be used for Ag in the Classroom expansion for teacher stipends and classroom grants.

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USDA Creek Nation Extension Agent Grant (FY 96) - $52,000 Designed to provide a full-time Extension 4-H Agent in the Muscogee (Creek) Nation of Oklahoma. USDA Cherokee Nation Extension Agent Grant (FY 96) - $50,000 Designed to provide a full-time Extension 4-H Agent in the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma. OCES Step Grant - Ag in the Classroom Teachers’ Institute (FY 95) - $4,500 Designed to fund the development of a teacher-training institute for Oklahoma elementary teachers. OCES Step Grant - Agless Day Calendar (FY 95)- $5,000 A matching-grant for the development of an educational calendar for school use that included an agricultural fact for every day of the year. COMMITTEES Committees associated with staff assignments:  OSU Student Conduct Committee – 2005-present  Search Committee for Animal Science Youth Specialist – 2005  Search Committee for 4-H Foundation Executive Director & Assistant Specialist – 2004  National 4-H Congress Board of Directors – 2005-2007  Statewide FCS and 4-H In-service, Chair - 2004  National 4-H Congress Design Team - 2000-2002  National 4-H Congress Headquarters Committee - 2000-2001(chair)  Dept.'s Search and Screen Committee Chair for Leadership Position - 2001  National 4-H Strategic Plan - Staff Development Focus Group - 2000  National 4-H Council/Kraft Foods - "Kid's Fighting Hunger" Campaign - 1999  Southern Region Program Leaders Council, 1999-2002  Dept of Science and Education Resources Development, USDA Ag in the Classroom advisory       

committee - 1999 National 4-H Impact Assessment Design Team and Pilot State Chair, 1998-2000 1999 National Ag in the Classroom Conference co-chair - 1998-99

National Youth Congress Planning and Advisory Committee - 1998-99 Food and Fiber Systems Literacy - (Kellogg Grant Project), Advisory Committee Member 1996-1997 Southern Region Curriculum Development Fund Committee - 1996 - present NAE4-HA Curriculum Pre-Conference Planning Committee - 1996 Southern Region Triennial Training Conference for 1862 and 1890 4-H Faculty Steering Committee 1995-96  Youth Issues „95: A 4-H Congress, Coordinator of National Town Meeting - 1995  Southern 4-H Program Leaders Committee, Secretary - 1995-96  Southern Region Curriculum Committee, Chair - 1995-98 Previous Committees Related to Responsibilities  OCES Staff Development Task Force, 2002-03  Search Committee for OCES Associate Director - 1999  Search Committee for Youth Animal Science Specialist - 1999  Search Committee for Southeast District Extension Director - 1995  Search Committee Chair, 4-H Faculty position for volunteer programs - 1995  Department of Agricultural Education, Communications and 4-H Youth Development, Search Committee for Department Head - 1994  Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources Transition Team for Department of Agricultural Education, Communications and 4-H Youth Development - 1994

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OCES Annual Conference Committee Co-chair - 1993 OCES Annual Conference Committee - 1992 Southern Region Curriculum Committee - 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 USDA Faculty and Staff Awards Committee - 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 Faculty Governance Council - Division Ag. Sciences and Natural Resources -1991-94 Ag. Curriculum Validation Committee - State Department of Vo-tech - 1992 Division of Agriculture Strategic Planning Group - 1991 Representative to the Dean's Faculty Group, Division of Agriculture - 1990 Cooperative Extension Service Publications Review Committee, Chairman - 1989 OCES Program Expansion Task Force - 1989

SERVICE TO THE UNIVERSITY  Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska Junior Science and Humanities Symposium, Judge, 2003, 2004  Harvest Festival Judge, 1998 & 1999  Homecoming Royalty Judge, 1999  University Diversity Committee, 1999 ACTIVITIES AND AWARDS  NAE4-HA and OAE4-HA 25-Years of Service Award, 2005  NAE4-HA and OAE4-HA Meritorious Service Award, 2004  Advisor for the team hosting the National Conference 02/ 20-23/03 Ft. Worth, Texas Oklahoma State University, Texas Tech University, West Texas A&M University  OAE4-HA Professional Improvement Committee, 2002-03  Advisory, OSU Collegiate 4-H Club, Top club in the Nation, 2000, 2001  National Land and Range Judging Contest Honoree - 2000  Oklahoma Cattlewoman of the Year Honorary Member - 1999  OAE4-HA Communicator Award for Best Group Piece - 4-H Month Packet, 1999  Regional Epsilon Sigma Phi Specialized Team Award, 1994  State Epsilon Sigma Phi Specialized Team Award, 1994  National Epsilon Sigma Phi Scholarship Winner, 1994  State Epsilon Sigma Phi Scholarship Winner, 1993  OAE4-HA and NAE4-HA Distinguished Service Award Winner, 1991  OAE4-HA Scholarship Winner, 1986,1990  OAE4-HA Hall of Fame Winner, 1989  Programs Committee Member, NAE4-HA, 1989  National Winner, NAE4-HA Communicator Award for State Association Newsletter, 1988  Regional Winner, NAE4-HA Communicator Award, 1988  Governor's Conservation Award Recipient, 1988  Listed among Outstanding Young Men of America, 1987  Listed among Outstanding Persons of the South, 1985  OAE4-HA and NAE4-HA member, 1979-present PROFESSIONAL LEADERSHIP  Omicron Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Phi, President, 2004-05  Southern Region 4-H Program Leaders Network, Chair, 2003-04  Southern Region 4-H Program Leaders Network, Chair-elect, 2002-03  Southern Region 4-H Program Leaders Committee, Chair, 2002-04

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Southern Region Program Leadership Committee, Chair, 2002-03 Southern Region Program Leadership Committee for 4-H, 1999-2002 National Association of Extension 4-H Agents, Host State Finance Committee Co-chair, 2001-2004 Southern Region Curriculum Materials Committee, 1995Epsilon Sigma Phi Awards Committee, 1993, 1994 Oklahoma Association of Extension 4-H Agents, Perspective Editor, 1986-87, 1993-94 Oklahoma Association of Extension 4-H Agents, Annual Conference Committee chairperson, 1986, 1989 Oklahoma Association of Extension 4-H Agents, Nominating Committee Chairperson, 1985 Oklahoma Association of Extension 4-H Agents, President, 1983-84 Oklahoma Association of Extension 4-H Agents, President-elect, 1982-83 Oklahoma Association of Extension 4-H Agents, NW District Director, 1980-81 National Association of Extension 4-H Agents, Teens Programs Committee, 1983-84 National Association of Extension 4-H Agents, Programs Committee, 1984-86 Faculty Advisor to Collegiate 4-H Club, 1988 to present

LITERATURE DEVELOPED
MATERIALS WHERE AUTHORSHIP WAS GIVEN AS AN ORIGINAL (O) PIECE OR MATERIALS THAT WERE REVIEWED AND UPDATED (R) AND REVISED (RV) FOR USE IN OKLAHOMA:

Reviewed 63 4-H publications for inclusion in the “print on demand” system for OCES, (2002-04). Knoepfli, K. Cox, C.B., (2004) 4-H Treasurers Guide. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 17. (O) Knoepfli, K. Cox, C.B., (2004) 4-H For Century III. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Leader and Staff Guide. Abner, C.L; Green, C. B.; Craighead, M. (2002) Collecting and Exhibiting Tree Leaves, 4-H Members Guide, Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 236. (R & RV) Cox, C.B. and Haigh, M. (2001). Character Critters poster. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 88. (O) Cox, C.B. and Haigh, M. (2001). Exercising Character poster. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 90. (O) Cox, C.B., Forbes, S. and Coe, N. (2001). Exercising Character brochure. Cooperative Extension Service. 4H Lit. No. 90. (O) Cox, C.B., and Forbes, S. (2001). Character Critters brochure. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 87. (O) Cox, C.B. (2000, 2001, 2002). 4-H Visibility poster/calendar. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 36. (O) Cox, C.B. and Haigh, M. (2000). 4-H promotional brochure. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 45. (O) Thompson, P, Moman, J, and Cox, C.B. (2000) Beans, Baseballs, and Butterflies. Ag in the Classroom supplement. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 732 (O & R) Bidwell, T. and Cox, C.B. (2000). Rangeland & plant identification guide. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 149. Cox, C.B. (2000). Oklahoma state 4-H policy fact sheet. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 5. (RV) Cox, C.B. (1999). Wildflower exhibit card. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 718. (RV) Cox, C.B. (1999). Wildflower exhibit card. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 718. (RV) Cox, C.B. (1999). Wildlife food and cover exhibit card. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 719. (R)

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Cox, C.B. (1999). Oklahoma state 4-H policy fact sheet. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 5. Cox, C.B. (1998). 4-H officers guide. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 30. (RV) Cox, C.B. (1998). 4-H secretary's guide. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 31. (RV) Cox, C.B. (1989). Collecting & exhibiting tree leaves. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 236. (R) Freeman, D and Forbes, S. Horses and kids: Safety on ground. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit No. 600. (R) Freeman, D and Forbes, S. Horses and kids: Safety on bridling. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit No. 601. (R) Cox, C.B. (1998) 4-H visibility calendar. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit No. 36. Cox, C.B. (1998). Oklahoma state 4-H policy fact sheet. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 5. Cox, C.B. (1998). Young people and shooting sports, Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 697. Cox, C.B. (1998). 4-H Vol. Ldr. membership card. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 17. Cox, C.B. (1998). 4-H member membership card. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 18. Cox, C.B. (1998). 4-H Cloverbud enrollment card. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 34. Cox, C.B. (1997). Oklahoma State 4-H policy fact sheet. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 5. Cox, C.B. (Rev. 1997). Leadership life skills - President role description. Cooperative Extension Service. 4H Lit. No. 446. (RV) Cox, C.B. (Rev. 1997). Leadership life skills - Treasurer role description. Cooperative Extension Service. 4H Lit. No. 529. (RV) Cox, C.B. (Rev. 1997). Leadership life skills - Secretary role description. Cooperative Extension Service. 4H Lit. No. 528. (RV) Cox, C.B. (Rev. 1997). Leadership life skills - Recreation Leader role description. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 532. (RV) Cox, C.B. (Rev. 1997). Leadership life skills - Song Leader role description. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 531. (RV) Cox, C.B. (Rev. 1997). Leadership life skills - Vice-president description. Cooperative Extension Service. 4H Lit. No. 527. (RV) Cox, C.B. (Rev. 1997). Leadership life skills - Project Leader role description. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 442. (RV) Cox, C.B. (Rev. 1997). Leadership life skills - Committee Member role description. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 444. (RV) Cox, C.B. (Rev. 1997). Leadership life skills - Reporter role description. Cooperative Extension Service. 4H Lit. No. 530. (RV) Cox, C.B. (Rev. 1997). Leadership life skills - Secretary role description. Cooperative Extension Service. 4H Lit. No. 527. (RV) Cox, C.B. (Rev. 1997). Leadership life skills - Project leader role description. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 442. (RV) Cox, C.B. (Rev. 1997). Leadership life skills - Activity leader role description. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 445. (RV) Cox, C.B. (Rev. 1997). Leadership life skills - Organization leader role description. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 447. (RV) Cox, C.B. (Rev. 1997). Leadership life skills - Committee chairperson role description. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 443. (RV) Cox, C.B. (Rev. 1997). Leadership life skills - Workshop outline description. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 553. (RV) Richardson, C., revised by Cox, C.B. (Rev. 1996). Learn about dairy goats. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 424, posted to www. (RV) Cox, C.B. (1996). Oklahoma state 4-H policy fact sheet. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 5. Cox, C.B. (1996). Cloverbud enrollment card. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 34.

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Cox, C.B. (Rev. 1991 and 1996). Giant pumpkin project. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 298. (RV) Cox, C.B., Rupp, C., and Tsoodle, P. (1994). Oklahoma Ag in the Classroom for 3-4. Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 730. Cox, C.B. (1991 - 1997). OK Clover promotional tabloid. Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 2. McCraw, B.D., Maxson, J., and Cox, C. (Rev. 1993). Classroom Activities in Plant Science. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. 500. (RV) Cox, C.B. (Rev. 1993). Leadership life skills - vice president role description. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 527. (RV) Hughes, J., Luce. W., and Cox, C. (1993). Swine quiz game. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 545. (R & RV) Cox, C.B. (1993). Swine breeds poster for Ag in the Classroom. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 728. Secured permission to use photographs and supervised the printing. (RV) Cox, C.B. (1993). Dairy breeds poster for Ag in the Classroom. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 729. Secured permission to use photographs and supervised the printing. (RV) Cox, C.B., Czarnecki, P., Rupp, C., Rutledge, J., Theimer, J. and Tsoodle, P. (1992). Oklahoma Ag in the Classroom. Oklahoma for K-2. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 727. Cox, C.B. (1992). Welcome to 4-H. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 6. Cox, C.B. (1992). Cloverbud promotional brochure. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 739. Cox, C.B. (1991). Model rocketry. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 335. Adapted from Ohio CES 4-H publication. (R&RV) Cox, C.B. (1991). Cats: As a 4-H project. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 510. Adapted from Ohio CES 4-H publication. (R&RV) Cox, C.B. (1991). Birds: As a 4-H project. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 509. Adapted from Ohio CES 4-H publication. (R&RV) Cox, C.B. (1991). Fish: As a 4-H project. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 359. Adapted from Ohio CES 4-H publication. (R&RV) Cox, C.B., and Pinkston, K. (Rev. 1991). Swallowtail butterfly project. Cooperative Extension Service 4-H Lit. No. 182. (RV) Cox, C.B., and Ott, G.G. (1990). Cloverbud leader/parent guide. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 738. Cox, C.B., and Arnold, D. (Rev. 1990). Handbook to the insect world. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 180. Cox, C.B. (Rev. 1990). The art of 4-H debating. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 491. Adapted from Ohio CES 4-H publication. PROJECTS REVIEWED AND PRINTING DIRECTED AS CURRICULUM SPECIALIST Chambers, B., (2002) Dog Obedience Training Graduate, 4-H Members Guide, Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 658. (R) Hitch, K. & Masters, R. and WHEP National Committee. (2002) Wildlife Habitat Evaluation Project CD-rom and curriculum guide. Cooperative Extension Service. (RV) Pace, Dave (2002). 4-H Livestock Leader Guides Interactive CD-rom. Cooperative Extension Service. (R) Pace, Dave (2002). Bucket Calf Series: Lit No 133--4-H Bucket Calf Project, Lit No 134--Buying a Bucket Calf, Lit No 135--Feeding a Bucket Calf, Lit No 136--Keeping Your Calf Healthy, Lit No 137--4-H Bucket Calf Housing, Lit No 138--Showing Your Bucket Calf, Lit No 139--What if My Calf Dies, Cooperative Extension Service. (R) Forbes, S and Freeman, D. (2000) Horse Smarts Interactive CD-rom. Cooperative Extension Service. Masters, R. and WHEP National Committee. (2000) Wildlife Habitat Evaluation Project CD-rom and curriculum guide. Cooperative Extension Service.
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Forbes, S and Freeman, D. (1998) Progressive Horse Skills Manuals 1-IV, Facilitator Guide, Member Record and Certificates. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 602, 603, 604, 605, 606, 607, 492, 670, 671, 672, 673. Forbes, S and Freeman, D. (1998) Horses and Kids: Safety on Ground. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 600. Forbes, S and Freeman, D. (1998) Horses and Kids: Preparing to Ride. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 601. Hughes, J. (1998). Dehorning and Castrating. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 351. Forbes, S and Brown. B. (1997). Oklahoma 4-H Food Science Notebooks. Cooperative Extension Service. 4H Lit. No. 185, 186, 187, 188, and 189. Green, C. (1997). Forestry Insect and Disease ID Scorecard. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 79. Tsoodle, P. and Cox, C.B. (1996, 97). OK Clover Promotional Tabloid. Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 2. Needham, D.C. (1996) Horticultural Crop Judging Manual. Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 702. Wilson, E. (1995) Child Care Crafts for Children. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 742: Wilson, E. (1995) Charging for Child Care. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 743. Wilson, E. (1995) Child Care: Is It For Me? Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 744. Wilson, E. (1995) Child Care: Reading with Children. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 745. Forbes, S., Park, J., State Clothing Curriculum Committee. (1994). 4-H Fashions and Fabrics Project. Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. Project number 220. (Assisted with printing and technical curriculum support). National 4-H Council Development Team, (Rev. 1993). Dog obedience training lessons for graduate and novice, open and utility. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 658. Hughes, J. (1993). Managing and showing the beef heifer. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 349. Advised in development and supervised the curriculum printing, promotion and distribution. National 4-H Council Development Team. (1993). Many faces, one people. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 495. Supervised the curriculum printing, promotion and distribution. Klumpp, B.M. and Ruby, S. (1992). Oklahoma aqua times, teachers guide. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 747. Advised staff in development and assisted with the curriculum printing, promotion and distribution. Klumpp, B.M. and Ruby, S. (1992). Oklahoma aqua times, student sheets. Cooperative Extension Service. 4H Lit. No. 746. Advised staff in development and assisted with the curriculum printing, promotion and distribution. Forbes, S. and Scott, S. (1992). I Am, I Can. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 740. Advised staff in development and assisted with the curriculum printing, promotion and distribution. Luce. W. and Hughes, J. (Rev. 1992). Basic swine project. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 569. Assisted with the revision and reprinting of dated curriculum item. National 4-H Council Development Team, (Rev. 1992). 4-H photography leader‟s guide. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 343. Revised and Reprinted. National 4-H Council Development Team, (Rev. 1992). 4-H photography level 2 member‟s manual. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 339. Revised and Reprinted. Wilson, E. (1992). Childcare game board. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 669. Wilson, E. and Cox, C, (1992). Childcare games for children. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 705. Forbes. S. (1992). Learning through competition and cooperation. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 689. Advised staff in development and assisted with the curriculum printing, promotion and distribution. Forbes, S. (1992). What‟s all this talk about self-esteem? Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 690. Advised staff in development and assisted with the curriculum printing, promotion and distribution.
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Stigler, J., Czarnecki, P., Cox. C. (1991). Land judging in Oklahoma. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 148. Cox. C.B., Rutledge, J. A. and McCraw, B.D. (1990). Plant science exhibit preparation manual. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 701. Beam, M. (et al, 1990). Crawfish farming in Oklahoma. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 478. Edited and assisted with production. Wilson, E. (1990). Books for children. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No. 707. Wilson, E. (1989). Childcare checklist. Cooperative Extension Service. 4-H Lit. No 709. OTHER PROFESSIONAL WRITINGS Cox, C.B. (1993). An annotated bibliography of current 4-H literature for the Extension Service- Southern Region states. Cox, C.B. (1990). Survey of programming for pre-nine year olds in 4-H. Reported to NAE4-HA and state 4H program leaders. OTHER PRESENTATIONS Conducted over 300 seminars, workshops, or in-service trainings as an Extension Specialists on topics such as: Risk Management, Leadership Development, Managing 4-H Programs, Ag Literacy (including a class for the college of education each fall and spring). OTHER WORK EXPERIENCES Logan County Extension Agriculture Agent, CED, August 1981 - October 1988, Guthrie, OK Responsibilities: Adult and youth agriculture programs. Responsible for planning, conducting and evaluating agriculture programs and shared responsibility with the home economist for the 4-H and Rural Development programs in Logan County. Some major 4-H responsibilities included managing the on-going 4-H School Enrichment program, which reached an average of 1500 members yearly. Also conducted environmental education training for teachers and volunteers of youth programs in Project Learning Tree, an environmental education workshop that used trees as a window to learning. Provided training for volunteers in a total volunteer led 4-H program. Woods County Extension Agriculture Agent, CED, July 1980-July 1981, Alva, OK Responsible for similar programs as mentioned above. Woods County 4-H Agent, June 1979-July 1980, Alva, OK Responsible for 4-H and Youth programs in a rural Oklahoma county. PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AND ORGANIZATIONS Sirloin Club of Oklahoma Southwest American Livestock Foundation Board Oklahoma Association of Extension 4-H Agents National Association of Extension 4-H Agents Epsilon Sigma Phi, Extension Service Fraternity Ag Alumni Association, Oklahoma State University Oklahoma State University Alumni Association Phi Kappa Phi Honor Fraternity Fellowship of Christian Faculty and Staff, OSU

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ADVISING Faculty Advisor for Collegiate 4-H, the oldest student club at Oklahoma State University and the oldest collegiate 4-H club in the world. The club serves students in all majors. The club was recognized as being the outstanding club in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources seven of the past nine years.

Completed degrees where I served as a member:
(Date degree was completed is listed and my role is listed if other than, “member”)

Gina Alexander, MS Lisa Only Anderson, MS - HPELS 5/96 Brad Bain, MS 12/04 Jared Bain, MS Travis Battles, MS 5/02 Thesis Advisor & Chair Cara Bigger, PhD Dissertation Advisor Andrea Bryant, MS, 12/02 Andrea Bryant, PhD Marlene Buck, MS, 5/04, Advisor & Chair Lori Clawson, MAg., 12/02, Chair Liz Cooley, MS – AgEd Rhonda Danuser, PhD Kimberly Davis, MofAg Michael Deering, MS AgCom Karen Fellers, MS, 12/95 Becki Foster, MS 12/98 Kevin Hackett, EdD – OAED Grant James, MS Sarah Johnson, MS 5/97 Rodney King, MS 12/06 Chair Sarah Maass, MS, 5/04 (Florida) provided study input and review

Thom Manske, MS, Thesis Advisor, 12/00 Justin McDaniel, MS, 12/03, Thesis Advisor & Chair Randy McKinley, MS - AgEd Sonia Morales Osegueda, Ph.D., 5/97 Brett Morris, MS - AgEd Elizabeth Karns Nokes, MAg. 12/06 Chair Seb Pense, PhD 5/02 Matt Portello, PhD 5/02 Fred Rayfield, EdD, 5/96 Barbara Robinson, MS Jeffrey Sallee, PhD., Chair and Dissertation Advisor Jerry Sperier, Ph.D., 5/98 Mike Steele, MS 5/98 Harold Stephens, MS 8/01 Thesis Advisor Kylie Vincent, MS, chair Anissa Wilhelm, PhD, 8/98 Tania Wood, MS (Comm.) Kyle Worthington, MS Thesis Advisor 5/00

Other service to students:
 Wentz Projects Daleena Babcock, 2004 (not funded but used project in summer internship in CO) Jennifer Simmonson, 2000 Interns Directly Supervised Morgan Hamlin – Fall 04 Sarah Probasco – Summer 04 Melissa Lopez – Spring 05 Justin McConaghy – Summer 05 Heather Branson – Summer 06

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References: Mr. Terry Hyman (Long-time friend) State Representative District 49 580-276-7860 Dr. Lynda Harriman (Former Supervisor) Assistant Director, OCES, Emeritus 4-H Youth Development and Family Consumer Sciences Tom.harriman@msn.com 360-885-7973 Mr. Jerry Kiefer (former C-4-H member, 4-H Foundation Board and friend) Jerry.kiefer@axa-advisors.com 405-715-2800 (W) 405-478-7897 (H) Dr. James Leising, Head (Head of academic home) Dept of Agric. Education, Communications and 4-H Youth Development James.Leising@okstate.edu 405-744-8036 Mr. David Sorrell (Former Co-worker and friend) Extension Educator, Ag & 4-H Interim CED, Marshall County David.Sorrell@okstate.edu 580-795-3563

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