David Lawver, Ed.D.
Professor - Agricultural Education and Communications
Dr. Lawver started at Texas Tech in 1989 specializing in agricultural education. He has taught AGSM 2302 Agricultural Surveying and Land Conservation, AGSM 3303 Internal Combustion Engine Theory and Operation, AGSM 4301 Agricultural Mechanics Problems, AGSM 4302 Agricultural Buildings and Environmental Control, AGED 4306 Student Teaching, AGSM 5301 Investigations in Advanced Agricultural Mechanics, AGED 5302 Research Methods in Agricultural Education and Communications, AGED 5305 Program Development in Agricultural and Extension Education, AGED 5308 Foundations of Adult Education, AGED 5309 Evaluation of Programs in Vocational, Technical, and Extension Education, AGED 5311 Human Dimensions of International Agricultural Development, AGED 5313Distance Teaching and Learning in Agricultural Audiences, AGED 6000 Master's Thesis and AGED 8000 Doctor's Dissertation.
Dr. Lawver has received numerous awards including the Outstanding Young Member Award and the Distinguished Research Award from AAAE. Additionally, he has served in leadership positions on the Board of Directors and as a Trustee for the National FFA Organization. Dr. Lawver has authored and co-authored award-winning research articles, papers, and posters.
Dr. Lawver was a high school agricultural science teacher in Missouri. He earned his B.S. in agriculture and his master's degree from the University of Missouri. He completed his doctorate at Mississippi State University.
Contact Dr. Lawver at 806-834-8923 or firstname.lastname@example.org.