Dr. Neil Knobloch is an associate professor of Youth Development and Agricultural Education at Purdue University and is chair of the PK-12 Engagement Initiative in the College of Agriculture. He is passionate about helping faculty and students develop engaging and integrated educational experiences that will enhance STEM education and career pipeline. As a former high school teacher, he mentors his three children who own and manage a junior livestock project known as Knobloch Family Berks. Neil also serves on the board of directors for the American Berkshire Association.
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