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WCMER Deep Dive Survey - One Week Left!


WCMER Deep Dive Fellows want to hear from you! The data collected will help inform the development of an Urban Extension Toolkit focusing on the skillsets and competencies of Extension professionals. Two surveys (for Extension professionals and Extension administrators) aim to investigate the essential skills that Extension professionals require to effectively work across the urban-rural continuum and identify the obstacles they encounter in this process. The surveys are being distributed to Extension professionals and administrators within the land grant university system.

We would appreciate your assistance by:
1) taking one of the surveys and
2) distributing the surveys to other Extension professionals within your university or professional association.

Each survey should take approximately 15 minutes to complete.

The surveys will close on September 30, 2023.

Select one of the survey links:


Take this survey if you are an Extension Professional (i.e., Extension faculty, Extension agent, Extension educator)


Take this survey if you are an Extension Administrator (i.e., Dean, Director, Program Leader)

Contact Deep Dive Fellows Ramona Madhosingh-Hector or Alyssa Bowers if you have questions about the surveys.

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