AgriLife WebEx is here!


The industry standard for reliable online meetings and webinars is now available to AgriLife Extension personnel. WebEx is a high-powered service hosted by Cisco, which will replace TTVN Web Meeting as our preferred conferencing application to include external audiences. Read More →

Wellness initiative off and running

Employee Wellness

Third time’s the charm: if you missed two prior opportunities, here’s your chance to learn 11 essential elements of “Living WELL Aware.” Watch the interactive online version of this wellness workshop, 8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. on Thursday, February 12. Read More →

Recognized partners support youth, extension education

Extension in the City Award recipient, Alan B. Sadler (right), and Extension director, Doug Steele.

As we look to the next 100 years of Extension work, we know that investments in youth development will always be critical. So it’s fitting that the 2015 state recipients of the Extension Partnership and the Extension in the City awards have made significant impacts on Extension’s outreach to youth. Announced January 6, 2015, the recipients are the Texas State Rifle Association, Texas Veterinary Medical Association and Alan B. Sadler, retired county judge, Montgomery County Commissioners Court. Read More →

Online and at Texas A&M: Teaching with Technology Conference


Scheduled March 4-5, 2015, the Texas A&M System’s premier event about instructional technology trends is open at no cost to all System university and agency educators. Register now to reserve your place or plan to watch some of the live webcasts. Read More →

How to express more thankful thanks


Recent announcements of numerous AgriLife awards were a great opportunity to acknowledge colleagues for a job well done. As you recognize others for their efforts throughout the year, consider these pointers to make your message more meaningful—Audrey Hepburn style. Read More →

Superior Service recognized; award presentations begun


Recipients of the 2015 Extension Superior Service Awards were revealed January 6 during the Texas A&M AgriLife Conference, where individual recipients and team representatives participated in an awards presentation. Read More →

AgriLife greets another centennial in the family


The Texas A&M Forest Service opened its centennial year with an impressive equipment display and presentation, January 5-6, 2015, at the biennial Texas A&M AgriLife Conference. Read More →

December update: webinar of interest


“Why Cooperative Extension? A New Century for Food and Ag” is a dialogue sponsored by the National Coalition for Food and Agricultural Research on Wednesday, December 17, 2014, from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Central. Read More →

A must read: October issue of County Progress magazine


“Extension Education Benefits Local Economies, Impacts Job Growth.” That’s the headline given to an article placed by AgriLife Extension, along with an advertisement, in the October issue of County Progress magazine. County agents in particular should take note, considering that county judges and commissioners are the magazine’s target audience. Read More →

At eXtension: strengthening advisory leaders webinar


“How to Communicate Programmatic Impact to Stakeholders,” part of a larger program to strengthen Extension advisory leaders, is scheduled as an eXtension webinar on Monday, Sept. 29, at 11:30 a.m. CDT. Read More →