Three veteran University of Florida Extension agents have earned national recognition for outstanding leadership, diversity and international service. Epsilon Sigma Phi, a national honorary fraternity that encourages professional development for the nation’s Extension agents, recognized Mary Keith, Mary E. “Betsy” Crisp and Adrian Hunsberger at its annual conference in Indianapolis in October.
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