Associate Professor Emeritus of Agricultural and Extension Education
Dr. Kerry Odell earned a bachelor of science degree from the University of Georgia, a master of science degree from The Pennsylvania State University and a doctorate from The Ohio State University. All three degrees were in agricultural education. Dr. Odell teaches courses in advanced farm machinery, basics in agricultural mechanization, agricultural mechanics skills, and small engines and hydraulics.
- Odell, K.S., Williams, M.E., Lawrence, L.D., Gartin, S.A., & Smith, D.K. (2002). Evaluation of the International 4-H youth exchange (IFYE) program. Journal of International Agricultural and Extension Education, 9(1), 57-64.
- Boone, H.N., Gartin, S.A., Wright, C.B., Lawrence, L.D., & Odell, K.S. (2002). Adult education philosophies practiced by agricultural education teachers in Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia. Journal of Agricultural Education, 43(3), 37-48.