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Family and Consumer Sciences|College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Department of Family and Consumer Sciences
1000 E. University Ave., Dept. 3354
Laramie, WY  82071-3354

Office: AG C 254
Phone: (307) 766-4186
Email: weig@uwyo.edu

Randolph R. “Randy” Weigel, Ph.D.

Professor, Extension Specialist
Human Development and Family Sciences Program Option

 

Positions

Professor & Extension Specialist, University of Wyoming, 2004
Associate Professor & Extension Specialist, University of Wyoming, 1998-2004
Associate Professor & Ext. Associate Director, University of Wyoming, 1993-1998
Assistant Professor & Ext. Program Leader, University of Wyoming, 1986-1993
Assistant Professor & Extension Specialist, Iowa State University, 1980-1986


Education

Ph.D.  Professional Studies in Education, Iowa State University, 1985
M.S.  Family & Child Development, Kansas State University, 1973
B.S.  Psychology, Colorado State University, 1971

 

Personal Statement

As a faculty member in the land-grant university system, I am committed to the three prong mission of engagement, (extension/outreach), discovery (research/scholarship) and learning (instruction). Supporting individuals and families in transition best describes my academic focus. I began working in the area of family stress and families facing the farm crisis of the 1980s. I continue this effort today in helping Wyoming and western agricultural families cope with agricultural stress and rural mental health issues.  I also conduct educational programs for families at-risk and human interaction and human resource management in agricultural and rural family enterprises. In addition, I am project Director for Wyoming AgrAbility: Cultivating Accessible Agriculture.

 

Activities of Engagement

 

Activities of Discovery

I have collaborated with Agricultural and Applied Economics Department and the Extension Services of Colorado and Arizona on a Risk Management Education project titled:
 

Activities of Learning

  • FCSC 1010, Perspectives in Family & Consumer Sciences
  • FCSC 4985/5985, Seminar: Development in Community Leadership
  • FCSC 4117/5117, Understanding Community Leadership
  • Human Development and Family Sciences
  • AGEC 4890/5890, Western Integrated Resource Management, an online integrated agricultural management credit and noncredit course for college students and agricultural producers.
    http://agecon.uwyo.edu/wire/default.htm
  • Enterprising Rural Families: Making it Work, an online, international (AU, CA, US) course and educational resources for rural families involved in family enterprises.
    http://www.eruralfamilies.org/

 

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