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Family & Consumer Science Leaders and Administrators: Food Stamp Nutrition Education and You. Helen Chipman, Shirley Hastings, Sandra Jensen and C.Y. Wang (National FSNE Virtual Office Oversight/Management) Breeze/Teleconference Training 16 July 2008. Training Outline. Introductions

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Family consumer science leaders and administrators food stamp nutrition education and you

Family & Consumer Science Leaders and Administrators: Food Stamp Nutrition Educationand You

Helen Chipman, Shirley Hastings, Sandra Jensen

and C.Y. Wang

(National FSNE Virtual Office Oversight/Management)

Breeze/Teleconference Training

16 July 2008


Training outline

Training Outline

  • Introductions

  • Extension Directors/Administrators FSNE Assessment

  • FSNE Virtual Office

  • Shared Accomplishments

  • Discussion - FCS Leaders/Administrators Potential Roles

  • Next Steps


Size and scope of fsne

Size and Scope of FSNE

  • Begin in 1988 – 1 Wisconsin county

  • 1992 – Recognized as FNS national focus

  • FNS recognized extension system as important partner

  • 2007 – Land-Grant Universities in 46 states had FSNE projects

  • Land-Grant Universities contributed $125 million


Why an assessment

Why an Assessment?

  • 1999 – Concern – inconsistencies, lack of understanding of university system

  • Sought help from federal partner, CSREES

  • Karen Konzelmann – 25% time designated to initiate dialogue

  • North Central Region initiated pilot of self assessment – Larry Jones to work with Karen Konzelmann

  • Initial success led to decision through ECOP for national Extension Assessment


Next steps

Next Steps

  • Three year pilot began in 2002

  • CSREES – funded ½ position for pilot

  • 2002 – Helen Chipman asked to provide full time national leadership


Decision to continue assessment

Decision to Continue Assessment

  • Success in building bridges

  • Addressing critical issues


Decision to continue assessment1

Decision to Continue Assessment

  • Significant funding

  • National leadership for specific projects


New model

New Model

  • 2006 – CSREES – emphasis on low-income food and nutrition education

  • Wells Willis retirement

  • ECOP – FSNE Planning Team

  • Shift to office and tasks

  • Still federal/state financial commitment

  • Continued shared leadership


Fsne virtual office description

FSNE Virtual Office Description

  • Support services for the Land-Grant University System that provides FSNE

  • Utilizes remote communication technology

  • System resource for Program Coordinators, FCS Leaders/Administrators and Extension Directors/Administrators


Virtual office description continued

Virtual Office Description Continued

  • Personal interaction and immediate availability

  • Good communication between the Virtual Office Manager and the oversight leadership is vital


Funding

Funding

  • The Virtual Office is funded through the assessment provided by the Extension Directors/Administrators

    • Budget is $150,000 per year for calendar years 2008 and 2009

  • CSREES provides in-kind support for the Virtual Office.

    • 2008 in-kind contribution is approximately $47,500


Oversight 2 fcs administrators and national program leader

Oversight: 2 FCS Administrators and National Program Leader

  • Laurie Nichols, Dean, College of Family and Consumer Sciences, South Dakota State University (To serve as interim president of Northern State University Aug 1st)

  • C.Y. Wang, Department Head, Nutrition Food Science & Hospitality, South Dakota State University (Interim for Dean Nichols)

  • Shirley Hastings, Associate Dean, University of Tennessee Extension

  • Helen Chipman, National Program Leader, Food and Nutrition Education, CSREES/USDA


Location and staff

Location and Staff

  • Host: College of Family and Consumer Sciences, South Dakota State University, Brookings, South Dakota

  • Virtual Office Manager: Sandra Jensen


Virtual office manager responsibilities

Virtual Office Manager Responsibilities

  • Facilitate communication

  • Develop reports and presentations

  • Share findings, announcements and recent developments

  • Maintain national and regional listservs


Virtual office manager responsibilities continued

Virtual Office Manager Responsibilities Continued

  • Provide updates for website

  • Monitor FSNE plan approval and review process and questions that arise

  • Query universities to capture Land-Grant perspective on specific questions

  • Facilitate completion of contracts


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Virtual Office Manager Responsibilities Continued

  • Hold and disperse funds

  • Organize meetings and teleconferences

  • Support the work of workgroups and committees

  • Serve as contact for CNE Logic Model on-line reporting system hosted by South Dakota State University


Accomplishments continuous effort

Accomplishments: Continuous Effort

  • Relationships

  • Resolution

  • Strategic Planning and Leadership


Accomplishments specific projects

Accomplishments: Specific Projects

  • Communication

  • Staff Development

  • Evaluation and Reporting


Questions and discussion

Questions and Discussion


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