Lacey Roberts-Hill

Dr. Lacey Roberts-Hill is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Agricultural and Extension Education. She graduated with her bachelor’s degree in Agricultural and Media Communications from West Texas A&M University in Canyon, TX. She received her master’s degree in International Agriculture from Oklahoma State University, and her Ph.D. in Agricultural Leadership, Education, and Communications from Texas A&M University. Her doctoral work focused on the visual communication efforts of international agricultural development programs. During her academic studies, Lacey also worked as a freelance photographer and designer, with photos being featured in a global news story with Reuters and National Public Radio online publication The Salt.

Her research interests focus on visual communication, storytelling, and message creation. Lacey’s work focuses on agriculture communications. Within this area, she aims to apply the idea of storytelling to an international agriculture setting to see how messages are being formed and shared within development. Ultimately, she hopes to aid in program development, dissemination, and evaluations that focus on building up future leaders of developing countries. .

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Lacey Roberts-Hill
Assistant Professor
Office Location: GTH 104
Phone: 575-646-3078