Dr. David M. Henneberry was appointed as the Associate Vice President of the Division of International Studies and Outreach (IS&O) at Oklahoma State University in April 2011. He had served in the position in an interim capacity since August of 2010.
Henneberry began his career at Oklahoma State University in 1984 as an assistant professor in international trade eventually serving as a full professor with tenure until 1999. From 1999 to 2011, Henneberry served as the Director of International Agriculture Programs in the Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources (DASNR) from September 1999.
During recent years, there were about 180 international trips conducted by DASNR faculty in addition to 19 study abroad courses involving about 165 students. Major projects range from a doctoral program taught on site in Mexico to an agricultural education cohort doctoral program in Thailand.
Dr. Henneberry has international experience in 65 countries representing all major geographic areas. He is fluent in Spanish and has spent a total of over three years in Latin America on short and long term projects. Henneberry completed his Bachelor and Master of Science Degrees at the University of Minnesota and his Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy degrees at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the field of Agricultural Economics. The educational program of one undergraduate degree and three graduate degrees spanned a ten year period from 1974 through 1984.