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Adapting to Change in a Changing Environment

The members of NAEPSDP (the National Association of Extension Program and Staff Development Professionals) invite you to join us for our next 90-minute quarterly webinar in the extension change series:

“Adapting to Change in a Changing Environment”
Presenter: Dr. Nick Place, University of Maryland Extension
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
3:00 p.m. ET

There can be no question that extension as we know it is in a change mode. Join us as our presenter, Dr. Nick Place, Associate Dean and Associate Director at the University of Maryland Extension, shares his insights with us on this topic. The session will offered via Adobe Connect.

Not a member of NAEPSDP…no problem. Join us on the webinar anyway. Interested in becoming a member, visit the NAEPSDP website to learn more ( Please share this announcement with your colleagues who may be interested. Contact: Debra T. Davis, Ph.D., NAEPSDP President

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