Get to Know Me
Something that excites me in my field...
is the opportunity to educate the future workforce.
Something I learned in my research this year that surprised me...
I was reaffirmed that an inclusive education is possible but it takes years to affect this through persistent, consistent efforts from multiple people and groups.
My favorite quote is...
"It is important not to underestimate how radical a call for inclusive pedagogy can be."
Education and training, workforce development, adoption and behavior change, and evaluation
Tiffany Drape's research investigates issues of equity and access in agriculture and the life sciences.
Drape is an Assistant Professor at Virginia Tech in the Department of Agriculture, Leadership, and Community Education. Her areas of expertise include formal and informal education, mentoring, adoption of technology, and program evaluation.
Drape earned her Associate's degree at Morrisville State College, Bachelor's and Master's at Cornell University, and PhD at Virginia Tech.