June 16, 2014
Brown presents at 55th annual Adult Education Research Conference
Nozella L. Brown, Wyandotte County Extension educator, presented a paper at the 55th annual Adult Education Research Conference at Penn State Harrisburg, June 4-7.
Her presentation, "What's for Dinner? How Factors that Potentially Influence Perceived Self-Efficacy Affect the Dietary Habits of Low-Income African American Mothers," discussed findings of her research study and implications for practice.
Brown also was elected to serve on the Adult Education Research Conference steering committee. Kansas State University's adult and continuing education program, a part of the educational leadership department in the College of Education, will host next year's conference, May 20-23, at the K-State Alumni Center.