University of Idaho agricultural educator Kattlyn Wolf will aid the effort to involve kindergarten through high school educators in the Regional Approaches to Climate Change in Pacific Northwest Agriculture project through surveys, curriculum development and teacher training workshops. An assistant professor of agricultural and extension education, Wolf joined the University of Idaho College of Agricultural and Life Sciences faculty in 2008. She earned her doctorate in agricultural education from Ohio State University that year. A specialist in agricultural education, Wolf teaches preparation courses for future agricultural science teachers. She was part of the Agricultural and Extension departmental effort to develop a dual credit program that provides University of Idaho credits to students in enrolled in high school agricultural education programs. Wolf’s research interests include teacher self-efficacy, teacher belief systems, and the methodology of teacher preparation.