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Martin H. Smith- EdD
Associate Specialist in Cooperative Extension
Population Health & Reproduction

3213 Vet Med 3B
Davis, CA 95616

+1 530 752 6894
mhsmith@ucdavis.edu

   

Research Focus

Applied research in curriculum development using effective science pedagogy and educator professional development using reform-based models.

Specialty Focus

Applied research in curriculum development using effective science pedagogy and educator professional development using reform-based models.

Education

1974 AS Biology, Waubonsee Community College, Sugar Grove, IL
1976 BS Environmental Biology, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL
1979 MS Biology, The University of Illinois, Urbana, IL
1982 Language Study German, Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich, Federal Republic of Germany
1984 PhD Candidate Zoology, University of Vienna, Austria
2011 EdD Teacher Leadership, Walden University, Minneapolis, MN

Active Research Grants

Principal Investigator, 4-H Animal Science Curriculum Development Project, (Principal Investigator), Wells Fargo Foundation

Principal Investigator, 4-H Bio-Security and Traceability Education Outreach Program, (Principal Investigator), Wells Fargo Foundation

Principal Investigator, The Animal Welfare Proficiency Program for 4-H Youth in California, (Principal Investigator), Wells Fargo Foundation

Collaborator, A Multi-Component, School-Based Approach to Supporting Regional Agriculture, Promoting Healthy Behaviors, and Reducing Childhood Obesity, Zidenberg-Cherr S (Nutrition) (Principal Investigator), UC ANR Competitive Grants Program

Principal Investigator, Animal Welfare Proficiencies Project for 4-H Youth, (Principal Investigator), UC Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Principal Investigator, Mitigating Zoonotic and Animal Disease Risks in 4-H Animal Science Projects through Coordinated Education and Research Project, (Principal Investigator), UC ANR Competitive Grants Program

Most Recent 10 Publications

  • Link Icon 2014 Schmitt-McQuitty L, Carlos RM, Smith MH Learnings and recommendations to advance 4-H science readiness J Extension,
  • Link Icon 2014 Smith MH, Meehan CL, Techanun J, Castaneda K, Harrigan J, Lembrikova J Pre-Harvest Food Safety in 4-H Animal Science: Part 4: Decision-Making and Owner Responsibilities ANR Communication Services, Publication 8511,
  • Link Icon 2014 Smith MH, Meehan CL, Techanun J, Castaneda K, Harrigan J, Lembrikova J Pre-Harvest Food Safety in 4-H Animal Science: Part 3: Raising and Protecting a Healthy Animal ANR Communication Services, Publication 8510,
  • Link Icon 2014 Smith MH, Meehan CL, Techanun J, Castaneda K, Harrigan J, Lembrikova J Pre-Harvest Food Safety in 4-H Animal Science: Part 2: Food-Producing Animal Selection and Pre-Harvest Food Safety Considerations ANR Communication Services, Publication 8509,
  • Link Icon 2014 Smith MH, Meehan CL, Techanun J, Castaneda K, Harrigan J, Lembrikova J Pre-Harvest Food Safety in 4-H Animal Science: Part 1: Assessing Critical Control Points Associated with Disease Transmission ANR Communication Services, Publication 8508,
  • Link Icon 2014 Smith MH, Meehan CL 4-H Youth Curriculum: Swine: From the Animal’s Point of View: Module 5: Pig Care & Responsibility ANR Communication Services, Publication 8483,
  • Link Icon 2014 Smith MH, Meehan CL 4-H Youth Curriculum: Swine: From the Animal’s Point of View: Module 4: Pig Disease: What You Need to Know ANR Communication Services, Publication 8482,
  • Link Icon 2014 Smith MH, Meehan CL 4-H Youth Curriculum: Swine: From the Animal’s Point of View: Module 3: Pig Nutrition: What You Need to Know ANR Communication Services, Publication 8481,
  • Link Icon 2014 Smith MH, Meehan Cl 4-H Youth Curriculum: Swine: From the Animal’s Point of View: Module 2: Pig Housing: Designing a Swine Habitat ANR Communication Services, Publication 8480,
  • Link Icon 2014 Smith MH, Meehan CL 4-H Youth Curriculum: Swine: From the Animal’s Point of View: Module 1: What Does it Mean to be a Pig? ANR Communication Services, Publication 8479,