Lance Kieth, Ed.D.
Office: Agriculture and Natural Sciences Building, Room 213C
Dr. Kieth joined the College of Agriculture, Science and Engineering in 2002. He received a B.S. in agricultural education from Texas Tech University in 1989, an M.S. in agricultural education from Texas University in 1991 and a Ed.D. in educational curriculum and instruction from Texas Tech University in 1997.
Teaching and Related Service
Dr. Kieth teaches courses in agricultural education and leadership.
Dr. Kieth is the author of several curriculums. Two of his favorite curriculums are “Teaching Effectiveness for County Extension Agents” and “Quality Counts,” a youth livestock curriculum. He has coauthored several publications and has made numerous presentations at both the state and national level.
Dr. Kieth is a member of the Vocational Agricultural Teachers of Texas Association, the Association of American Agricultural Educators and the Texas 4-H Alumni Association. He serves as the adviser for the WTAMU Department of Agriculture Collegiate FFA and Agricultural Ambassadors Program.
Research and Creative Activity
Dr. Kieth’s research interests include youth leadership in the 4-H and FFA Organizations. He also engages in student retention and recruitment studies for the Department of Agriculture.
Dr. Kieth lives in Canyon with his wife Kelli and their two children. He enjoys playing golf, raising Siberian Huskies, and working at WTAMU!