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Jodi Delozier, North Dakota State University

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Jodi Delozier is one of two new Program Coordinators, Conservation Leadership and Planning for North Dakota State University (NDSU). She came to ND State in March from Lincoln, Nebraska where she completed her Ph.D. in Natural Resource Sciences. Jodi’s degree also includes a specialization in Human Dimensions which focuses on understanding the social aspects of natural resource management. Her research examined the role of a Boundary Spanner as it pertains to community stakeholder engagement with particular emphasis on issues dealing with water and agriculture management practices.

Jodi holds a Master’s degree in German Linguistics and Literature from the University of Nebraska and spent many years teaching German at both the college and secondary levels. She was a German Lecturer for Mount Union College and University of Akron in Ohio. Prior to moving to Fargo, she completed a second master’s degree in Natural Resource Sciences and worked closely with the Nebraska Water Leaders Academy. Jodi not only helped facilitate relationship-building among participants, but currently serves as an Academy presenter.

Jodi Delozier, Ph.D.
Extension Program Coordinator, Conservation Leadership and Planning
Soil and Water Leadership Development
North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND
phone: (701) 231-1861
mobile phone (701) 951-9904

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