Dr. Will Doss is currently an Assistant Professor of Agricultural Education at the University of Arkansas. He currently teaches courses in research methodology to master’s and doctoral students, undergraduate agricultural education, and undergraduate agricultural mechanics. Dr. Doss has presented several studies at American Association for Agricultural Education research conferences and has published studies related to survey research methodology and school-based agricultural education in the Journal of Agricultural Education and Career and Technical Education Research.
His professional research interests include effective teaching strategies to increase learning and retention, effective pre-service teacher preparation, making supervised agricultural experiences relevant, and research methodology within agricultural education. Prior to working at the University of Arkansas, Dr. Doss was a secondary school agricultural education teacher in Texas for five years.
Ph.D. in Agricultural Communications & Education, Texas Tech University, 2021
M.S. in Agricultural Leadership, Education, & Communications, Texas A&M University, 2014
B.S. in Agricultural Science, Texas A&M University, 2012