3190 Maile Way, St. John 102
Honolulu, HI 96822
M'Randa R Sandlin
Assistant Researcher Public Issues Education
Public opinion research; Program development; Community education; Leadership development
Ph.D., Agricultural Leadership, Education, & Communications, Texas A&M University; M.S., Agricultural Leadership, Education, & Communications-International Agricultural Development, Texas A&M University; B.S. Horticulture, Texas Tech University
My research investigates public opinions of issues surrounding agriculture and natural resources (ANR). The findings are used to create programming for ANR industry and the general population. Programming for ANR industry includes trainings and workshops for message communication, leadership development, and organizational visioning. Programming for the general public includes working with Extension agents to deliver relevant content, media-based content delivery, and community leadership development trainings.
- Sandlin, M. R. (In Press). The agricultural industry in Trinidad and Tobago: Perspectives of industry professionals. Journal of International Agricultural and Extension Education.
- Burbank, M., Odom, S. F., & Sandlin, M. R. (2015). A content analysis of undergraduate students' perceived Reasons for changes in personal leadership behaviors. Journal of Leadership Education, 14(2), 182-197. doi: 1012806/v14/i2/r12
- Odom, S. F., Andenoro, A., Sandlin, M. R., Jones, J. (2015). Undergraduate leadership studentsâ€™ self-perceived level of moral imagination: An innovation foundation for morality-based leadership curricula. Journal of Leadership Education, 14(2), 129-145. doi: 1012806/v14/i2/r9
- Sandlin, M. R., & Wynn, J. T. (2014). Agricultural Innovation Systems: An investment Sourcebook [Review of the book Agricultural Innovation Systems: An Investment Sourcebook, by The World Bank]. Journal of International Agricultural and Extension Education, 21(3), 63-65. doi: 10.5191/jiaee.2014.21305
- Sandlin, M. R., Murphrey, T. P., Lindner, J. R., & Dooley, K. E. (2014). An examination of the use of reusable learning objects to alter agricultural studentsâ€™ attitudes and opinions regarding international settings. NACTA Journal, 58(1).
- Sandlin, M. R., Murphrey, T. P., Lindner, J. R., & Dooley, K. E. (2013). Impacts of a faculty abroad experience on teaching style and technology use in a College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Journal of Agricultural Education, 54(3).
- Murphrey, T. P., Sandlin, M. R., Lindner, J. R., & Dooley, K. E. (2013). Using reusable learning objects (RLOs) to share international experiences: Faculty perceptions and best practices in a college of agriculture. NACTA Journal, 57(1), 47-54.
- Odom, S. F., Jarvis, H. D., Sandlin, M. R., Peek, C. (2013). Social media tools in the leadership classroom: Studentsâ€™ perceptions of use. Journal of Leadership Education, 12(1), 34-53.
- Sandlin, M. R., Odom, S. F., Lindner, J. R., & Dooley, K. E. (2012). Developing a global leadership perspective through the use of student-created reusable learning objects. Journal of Leadership Studies, 6(1), 79-84. doi: 10.1002/jls.21232
- Lindner, J. R., & Sandlin, M. R. (2012). Using an integrative approach to working with small scale farmers. [Review of the book Reshaping Rural Extension: Learning for Sustainabilityâ€”An Integrative and Learning-Based Advisory Approach for Rural Extension with Small-Scale Farmers, by E. Gabathuler, F. Bachmann, & A. KlÃ¤y]. Journal of International Agricultural and Extension Education, 19(1), 6-8. doi: 10.5191/jiaee.2012.19101