Dr. Ed Franklin
Saguaro Hall, 210C, PO Box 210033
Title: Dr. Edward Franklin is an Associate Professor. He started with the University of Arizona in 2000.
Background: Dr. Franklin is a native Californian. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Science from California State University, Chico and was a vocational agriculture teacher in Oakhurst, and Fresno, CA for 13 years. Dr. Franklin taught agriculture mechanics, forestry, aquaculture, and animal & plant science. He received his Master’s of Science Degree in Agricultural Education from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo in 1998. At that time, he accepted a graduate teaching associate position with Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, OK and began work on his Doctorate.
After completing his degree in May 2000, Dr. Franklin accepted an appointment as Assistant Professor in the Department of Agricultural Education at The University of Arizona in July 2000. He is now associate professor and serves as the undergraduate coordinator for AGTM.
Classes: Dr. Franklin teaches AGTM 100: Principles and Practices of Agricultural Mechanization, AGTM 330: Turf and Landscape Technology, AGTM 350: Applications in Agricultural Mechanics, AGTM 351: Operations in Agricultural Mechanics, and A ED 460/560: Instructional Materials Development.