|Timestamp||Your Name||Your E-mail||1 - DID YOU PRESENT iPiPE TO GROWERS/CONSULTANTS AT MEETINGS?||1a - How many meetings?||1b - How many growers total?||1c - Were iPiPE Interns involved in some/all of these meetings?||2 - DID YOU PRESENT iPiPE TO EXTENSION PERSONNEL (E.G., COLLEAGUES, EDUCATORS...) AT MEETINGS?||2a - How many meetings?||2b - How many growers total?||2c - Were iPiPE Interns involved in some/all of these meetings?||3 - DID YOU PRESENT iPiPE TO GROWER ASSOCIATION REPRESENTATIVES?||3a - How many meetings?||3b - How many grower representatives total?||3c - Were iPiPE Interns involved in some/all of these meetings?||4 - DID YOU PRESENT iPiPE TO STAKEHOLDERS DURING FARM VISITS OR OTHER ONE-ON-ONE INTERACTIONS?||4a - How many stakeholders total?||4b - Were iPiPE Interns involved in some/all of these interactions?||5 - DID YOU PRESENT iPiPE TO STAKEHOLDERS DURING CONFERENCE CALLS?||5a - How many calls?||5c - Did iPiPE Interns attend these calls?||5b - How many stakeholders total?||6 - DID YOU PRESENT iPiPE TO STAKEHOLDERS VIA EXTENSION PUBLICATIONS?||6a - How many publications?||6b - Estimated total readership of publication(s)?||6c - Were iPiPE Interns involved in creating the publications?||7 - DID YOU PRESENT iPiPE TO STAKEHOLDERS VIA OTHER AGRICULTURAL MEDIA (E.G., GROWER MAGAZINES)?||7a - How many publications?||7b - Estimated total readership of publication(s)?||7c - Were iPiPE Interns involved in creating the publications?||8 - DID YOU PRESENT iPiPE TO STAKEHOLDERS VIA SOCIAL MEDIA?||8a - How many times?||8b - Were iPiPE Interns involved?||8c - What type(s) of social media did you use to present iPiPE to stakeholders?||9 - DID YOU PRESENT iPiPE TO NON-CPP STAKEHOLDERS (E.G., PROFESSIONAL COLLEAGUES)?||9a - How many times?||9b - How many people total?||10 - DID YOU PRESENT iPiPE TO THE PUBLIC VIA AN EXTENSION WEBSITE?||10a - How many different times?||10b - Were iPiPE Interns involved?||11 - DID YOU PRESENT iPiPE TO THE PUBLIC VIA A PERSONAL WEBSITE?||11b - How many different times?||11c - Were iPiPE Interns involved?||12 - DID YOU DEVELOP SIMPLE HANDOUTS FOR STAKEHOLDERS EXPLAINING THE GOALS OF iPiPE/CPP?||12a - How many different handouts?||12b - How many handouts total were distributed?||12c - Were iPiPE Interns involved in creating the handouts?||13 - DID YOU DEVELOP DOCUMENTS EXPLAINING THE PROJECT TO EXTENSION COLLEAGUES?||13a - How many different documents?||13b - Were iPiPE Interns involved in creating the handouts?||14 - DID YOU DEVELOP WEB PAGES EXPLAINING THE PROJECT TO THE PUBLIC?||14a - How many different webpages?||14b - Were iPiPE Interns involved in creating the webpages?||15 - DID YOU DEVELOP POSTERS ON ASPECTS OF iPiPE AND YOUR CPP?||15a - How many posters?||15b - In how many venues were the posters displayed?||15c - Were iPiPE Interns involved in creating the posters?||16 - DID YOU ESTABLISH LINKS TO iPiPE WEBSITES FROM STATE EXTENSION WEBSITES?||16a - How many websites?||17 - WHAT OUTPUTS (E.G., ACTIVITIES AND PRODUCTS) NOT LISTED ABOVE DID YOU USE TO EXPLAIN/PROMOTE iPiPE? PLEASE INCLUDE RELEVANT NUMBERS SUCH AS NUMBER OF PEOPLE REACHED, AND INDICATE WHETHER THE INTERNS WERE INVOLVED.|
|10/5/16 12:38||Peter Goodellfirstname.lastname@example.org||YES||3||45||NO||YES||3||45||NO||YES||4||8||NO||YES||5||NO||NO||NO||NO||NO||NO||YES||1||NO||NO||YES||2||50||NO||NO||NO||NO|
|10/20/16 14:10||Lori Spearsemail@example.com||YES||2||50||NO||YES||1||25||NO||NO||NO||YES||5||YES||NO|
|10/25/16 14:02||Darcy Telenkofirstname.lastname@example.org||YES||4||94||YES||YES||2||10||YES||YES||3||15||YES||YES||25||YES||NO||0||NO||0|
|10/26/16 15:36||Moneen Jonesemail@example.com||YES||2||340||NO||YES||2||340||NO||NO||YES||1000||NO||NO||NO||NO||YES||2||2000||NO||YES||3||NO||blog||NO||YES||3||NO||NO||YES||1||700||NO||NO||YES||1||NO||YES||2||1||YES||NO|
Scouting orchards by iPiPE interns, they reached out to 15 growers and farm mangers
|10/31/16 10:59||Sam Markellfirstname.lastname@example.org||YES||1||15||NO||YES||2||20||YES||YES||1||15||NO||NO||NO||NO||NO||NO||YES||3||30||NO||NO||YES||2||100||NO||YES||1||NO||NO||NO||NO|
The two interns and I were interviewed by an CBS (KX4) affiliate during an annual field day in Minot, ND. We spent an hour working with the Television crew on multiple topics; iPIPE, scouting, diseases, sunflower pests, etc... The scouts were filmed walking through fields, scouting and entering data. As I understand it, the segment became a large portion of their ag show the next week. Probably about 1,000 viewers.
|10/31/16 12:18||Daren Muelleremail@example.com||YES||20||500||YES||NO||0||YES||1||30||NO||NO||NO|
|YES||3||45||YES||1||NO||NO||YES||1||200||YES||NO||NO||YES||1||0||YES||NO||Intern contacted twenty different agricultural cooperatives across Iowa and ten different extension specialists throughout the Midwest, asking them for their help to tweet out soybean disease discoveries as part of the iPiPE project.
Intern produced a video: https://youtu.be/TG4aFVaMpCs yes intern involved, 253 views
|11/2/16 13:18||Phil Stanslyfirstname.lastname@example.org||YES||1||300||NO||YES||1||300||NO||YES||1||300||NO||YES||10||YES||NO||NO||NO||NO||NO||NO||YES||1||500||YES||YES||1||YES||NO||NO||NO|
A questionnaire was developed explained and distributed at a Citrus Expo meeting attended by at least 300 growers and other industry reps. 73 completed forms were returned and are not being analyzed. Two interns were engaged. Alfredo Villalobos and Victoria Adeleye. Alfredo was a freshman at Grinnell College and originally from Immokalee. He was mentored by myself and my staff and learned about citrus and vegetable IPM, in part by assisting with many research and extension tasks in our program over 11 weeks during the summer. Alfredo also conducted a research project evaluating olfactory responses by adults of the mirid predator Nesidiocoris tenuis to tomato and sesame. This was in conjunction with a field study employing N. tenuis for biological control in open field tomato production which he also assisted with. Victoria is on a 4 month internship from Earth University in Costa Rica and originally from Nigeria. She is being mentored by myself, graduate students and staff and has been assisting with rearing of Asian citrus psyllid, Diaphorina citri and its parasitoid, Tamarixia radiate. Under supervision of Ph.D. candidate Xulin Chen, Victoria has been conducting bioassays to evaluate D. citri nymphal mortality response to imidacloprid as part of a resistance management program to monitor key insecticides in commercial orchards.
|11/3/16 15:34||Carl Bradleyemail@example.com||YES||3||119||YES||YES||3||20||YES||YES||1||3||YES||NO||NO||NO||NO||NO||NO||YES||1||300||NO||YES||221||YES||NO||NO||NO||YES||1||200||YES||YES||1||YES||NO||NO||NO|
Field day presentation and webinars were included in numbers above. Twitter (@corndisease) was used extensively to track corn diseases and get the information to stakeholders.