Rosemary McBride


Assistant Lecturer

Contact information Rosemary McBride

Phone: 307-766-6806
Office: Education 04 (basement)


  • Ph.D. Curriculum & Instruction, University of Wyoming
  • M.S. Agriculture and Resource Economics, University of California, Davis
  • B.A. Economics and Agronomy, Utah State University, Logan


Rosemary McBride is an assistant Agricultural Education lecturer at the University of Wyoming with a research and state engagement focus on improving and innovating learning environments for rural students, particularly in career and technical education (CTE), agricultural education, and teacher recruitment and retention. Her current research projects involve exploring the impact of socially situated cultures and literacies in CTE settings, examining community-based needs assessments for program design, and investigating the support for transfer and learning in rural community colleges. McBride plans to continue studying special populations' needs in rural areas, utilizing causal design research and qualitative methods, and expanding innovative recruitment and retention strategies for teachers in the state.


  • Community Programs in Agricultural Education
  • Agricultural Mechanics and Technology
  • Secondary Agricultural Education Methods
  • Secondary Education Supervision

Professional Associations

  • National Association for Agricultural Educators (NAAE)
  • Association for Career and Technical Education Research (ACTER)
  • Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE)
  • American Association for Agricultural Education (AAAE)

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