Kattlyn Wolf Presented the Omicron Tau Theta Research Award

Thursday, December 3 2009

Kattlyn Wolf, assistant professor, agricultural and extension education, has been awarded the Omicron Tau Theta Research Award for her dissertation titled ÔÇťAgricultural Education Teacher Self-Efficacy: A Descriptive Study of Beginning Agricultural Education Teachers in Ohio. The OTT Research award is presented to the OTT member who was found to have written the best doctoral dissertation from those studies nominated. She was nominated by Larry Miller, professor in the Department of Human and Community Resource Development at Ohio State University. Wolf earned her doctorate in agricultural education at Ohio State in August 2008. Omicron Tau Theta is an honorary professional graduate society in vocational-technical education. OTT was established to acknowledge the achievement of vocational-technical educators, top graduate students in vocational-technical education, outstanding leaders in vocational-technical education, government, business, and industry.