Author Archives: Deb Weitzenkamp
A couple weeks ago I heard a great quote from Wayne Gretzky…and I can’t stop thinking about it! “Skate to where the puck is going, not to where it’s been.” – Wayne Gretzky In case you don’t know who … Continue reading
Susan Harris-Broomfield presented on how sleep affects every moment of our daily lives, from how we think and remember to how our bodies thrive or deteriorate. It determines how we deal with stress, make choices related to safety, and function … Continue reading
If you were not able to join us this morning for Karly Black‘s presentation “Presenting with Clarity”. Here is a link to the webinar, and here is a link to the slide deck.
Here is the link to the December Extension Life Hacks webinar. https://youtu.be/pMVA_6w_f0w Enjoy!!!
Please join us for another great Next Generation Extension webinar on Tuesday, January 14th at 10:00 a.m. CT. at https://nebraskaextension.zoom.us/j/583999580 Let’s face it, you likely started working in Extension because of your passion for a particular subject matter and not … Continue reading
As I age I’m getting even more sentimental about the relationships I have with people. And last week as I spent time/connected with family for Thanksgiving I was struck at how similar the structure of my relationships with my family … Continue reading
I’m an avid Husker football fan….yep, and I was there last weekend too! I stayed until the last second. It didn’t matter that we were behind….I was going to be there no matter what! And, yes, I sat there from … Continue reading
Engaging stakeholders in evaluation data can be difficult. Yet we know that understanding and utilizing data is a critical vehicle in improving program outcomes and practices. This workshop will introduce the idea of “data parties” which consist of fun, engaging … Continue reading
Many of you know that I teach 3D CAD design for Extension. Recently I was working on developing a 3D CAD design and within the design I needed to bend plastic….and the PLA I was working with is not flexible. … Continue reading