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2020 Rural Scholars

Eight students served rural Oklahoma communities in the summer of 2020. Learn more about them and their work below. 


 

Rural Scholars

Autumn Burns

Sophomore in Civil Engineering, studying infrastructure revitalization in Harmon county

Braden Coats

Junior in Environmental Science, studying infrastructure revitalization in Harmon county

Caitlin Dreher

Graduate student in Agricultural Leadership, studying youth development in Harmon and Tillman counties

Ali Meek

Senior in Environmental Science, studying the impacts of agricultural technology in rural communities in Harmon and Tillman counties

Hunter Meyers

Second-year medical student, studying the impacts of hospital closures and implementation of telemedicine in Harmon and Tillman counties

Kate Miller

Graduate student in Agricultural Communications, studying the impacts of hospital closures and implementation of telemedicine in Harmon and Tillman counties

Luke Muller

Senior in Agribusiness, studying the impacts of agricultural technology in rural communities in Harmon and Tillman counties

Katie Webb

Sophomore in Agricultural Education, studying youth development in Harmon and Tillman counties

 

2020 Rural Scholars Projects

 

Rural EMS Post-Hospital Closure Perceptions and Impact: Telemedicine Readiness

 

Perspectives of Rural Health Systems

 

Wireless Soil Moisture Sensor Performance in Irrigated Cropland: On-Farm Evaluation

 

Use of Soil Moisture Information in Agricultural Decision-Making: Perspectives from Irrigators

 

Evaluating Rural Restoration Potential and the Problems Rural Communities Face in Infrastructure Maintenance/Revitalization

 

The Impact of a Five-week Rural Youth Leadership Development Program

 

 

 

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