Bio: Dopp, Arvid D. (Promotion - 1973)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Dopp, Algren
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, WI) 6/14/1973
Dopp, Arvid D. (Promotion - 1973)
Arvid D. Dopp, University of Wisconsin Extension Agricultural Agent in Clark County, was promoted Friday to the academic rank of associate professor by the university of Wisconsin board of regents.
Making the announcement, US-Extension Chancellor, Henry L. Algren, said that “the promotion is in recognition of the successful participation between the campus-based school, the extension specialists and faculty members located around the state who work together to insure that the resources of the University are available to all the people of Wisconsin.”
He is one of 40 county extension faculty members to receive such recognition this year.
A 1956 graduate of the Wisconsin State university-Platteville, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in agricultural education, and the UW-Madison in 1966 receiving his Master’s degree in agricultural and extension education he has served as farm management agent and agricultural agent in Clark County since 1960. Prior to that, he served as a teacher of vocational agriculture in Holmen.
Dopp had been instrumental in developing an educational program for small rural area businessmen in 1971, which has since served as a model for similar programs in surrounding counties. He has also provided leadership in the development of animal and solid waste programs in the (missing lines).
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