This issue of Triangle News is packed full of stories that showcase how our agricultural and natural resources initiatives make a difference for Oklahomans. From health and wellness courses to livestock marketing programs and educational achievements decades in the making, we are proud of our record of providing science-based information to improve people’s lives.
To help us continue this tradition of excellence, we were pleased to welcome Damona Doye as associate vice president for the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service earlier this month. Watch the video above to hear directly from Dr. Doye about her plans and goals for Extension to build on our reputation and continue to fulfill our land-grant mission.
Until next time,
Thomas G. Coon
Vice President for Agricultural Programs
Oklahoma State University