Family and Consumer Sciences
Family and Consumer Sciences and 4-H Youth Development, Professional Development
ICS 100, ICS 200, IS 700, IS 800
Glenda serves four counties in Central Oregon. Programming includes Food Safety and Preservation (workshops, Master Food Preserver Volunteers, Ask an Expert, Facebook, Preserve @ Home – Oregon and statewide surveys) and Safety and Accidental Injury Prevention (Preparing for the Cascadia Subduction Zone Event, Stress Less with Mindfulness, QPR Suicide Prevention). Glenda serves as the Co-PI for the NIFA Smith-Lever Special Needs Competitive Grant to develop awareness and preparedness for the CSZ through an online learning system. The modules are available to view at https://beav.es/Cascadia. She has co-authored several publications for the Creating a Culture of Preparedness series that supports the course. She recently published Improving Indoor Air Quality from Wildfire Smoke during COVID-19. Earlier she worked with a team to add adult resources in farm/commercial settings and update youth class/camp resources in the High Speed Hand Washing materials with COVID-19 precautions at https://beav.es/HighSpeedHandWashing. She is a member of the OSU Extension Diversity Champions.