Citations and Selected References
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Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (2017) Ready for Jobs, Careers, and a Lifetime – Public Research Universities and Credentials that Count. https://www.aplu.org/library/ready-for-jobs-careers-and-a-lifetime/file.
Bal, T. L., and T. L. Sharik (2019) Image Content Analysis of U.S. Natural Resources-Related Professional Society Websites with Respect to Gender and Racial/Ethnic Diversity. Journal of Forestry 117:360-364.
Bal, T. L., and T. L. Sharik (2019) Web content analysis on university forestry landing webpages: What gender and race/ethnicity diversity is seen by potential students? Journal of Forestry 117:379 397.
Bal, T. L., M. R. Rouleau, T. L. Sharik, and A. M. Wellsted (2020) Enrollment decision-making by students in forestry and related natural resources degree programs globally. International Forestry Review 22:287-305.
Crawford, P., and W. Fink (2020) Employability Skills and Students Critical Growth Areas. NACTA Journal 64, p 132-141.
Crawford, P., and W. Fink (2020) From Academia to the Workforce: Critical Growth Areas for Students Today. Washington, DC: APLU. https://www.aplu.org/library/from-academia-to-the-workforce-critical-growth-areas-for-students-today/file.
Crawford, P., and W. Fink (2020) From Academia to the Workforce: Executive Summary. Washington, DC: APLU. https://www.aplu.org/library/from-academia-to-the-workforce-executive-summary/file.
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Lawver, R. G., D. D. Foster, and A. R. Smith (2018) Status of the U.S. Supply and Demand for Teachers of Agricultural Education, 2014 - 2016. http://aaaeonline.org/resources/Documents/2014%20-%202016%20Status%20of%20the%20U.S.%20Supply%20and%20Demand%20for%20Teachers%20of%20Agricultural%20Education%20.pdf.
Rouleau, M., T. L. Sharik, S. Whitens, and A. Wellstead (2017) Enrollment decision-making in U.S. forestry and related natural resource degree programs. Natural Sciences Education 46:170007. Doi:10.419S/nse2017.05.0007.
Sharik, T. L. (2015) Strategies for diversifying student demographics in natural resources. Journal of Forestry 113: 579-580.
Sharik, T. L., R. J. Lilieholm, W. Lindquist, and W. W. Richardson (2015) Undergraduate Enrollment in Natural Resource Programs in the United States: Trends, Drivers, and Implications for the Future of Natural Resource Professions. Journal of Forestry 113(6): 538–551. http://dx.doi.org/10.5849/jof.14-146
Sharik, T. L., and S. L. Frisk (2011) Student perspectives on enrolling in undergraduate forestry degree programs in the U. S. Journal of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Education 40: 160-166. Undergraduate Education doi:10.4195/jnrlse.2010.0018u