Michael Pate

Ag Safety and Health June 13, 2014 Print Friendly and PDF

Michael Pate is an assistant professor in agricultural systems technology at Utah State University. Michael has appointments in research and teaching.  His program areas include applied research and education for: agricultural systems technology management and agricultural safety. Michael’s research interests are in the interaction between metacognitive strategies/cognitive information processing theory and safety-related decisions/behaviors of agriculture production employees. Michael has experience and training in applying cognitive and educational psychology, with specific training in agricultural education. Michael is a member of ASABE,  NACTA (National Association of Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture, and the International Society for Agricultural Safety & Health (ISASH).

 

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Email: michael.pate@usu.edu

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