Tricia Mathis

Home and Community Department

Extension Educator | Sewing and Textiles | Wasatch County Director


Patricia Mathis

Contact Information

Phone: (435)-657-3234
Email: patricia.mathis@usu.edu
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Educational Background

BS, Home Economics and Consumer Education, Utah State University, 1993
Master Food Preservers Certification, USU, 2017
VITA/CTE Certification, 2017

Biography

Tricia Mathis is the Family and Consumer Science and 4-H Educator in Wasatch County. She loves serving the community in which she has lived since 1993. She enjoys teaching adults and youth life improving skills.

Teaching Interests

Foods and Nutrition, <br>Sewing/Quilting, <br>4-H Youth

Publications | Fact Sheets

  • Merrill, C.A, Allen, K., Haws, S., Hunsaker, T.C, Mathis, P., Wray, P., (2020). Why Electric Pressure Cookers are not Pressure Canners.

An asterisk (*) at the end of a publication indicates that it has not been peer-reviewed.

Publications | Curriculum

  • Mathis, P.W, MacArthur, S., (2016). Discover 4-H Interior Design Clubs: Intermediate.

An asterisk (*) at the end of a publication indicates that it has not been peer-reviewed.

Publications | Journal Articles

Academic Journal

    Professional Journal

      An asterisk (*) at the end of a publication indicates that it has not been peer-reviewed.

      Publications | Other

      Magazine/Trade Publications

        Newspaper

        • Merrill, C.A, Allen, K., Haws, S., Hunsaker, T.C, Mathis, P., Wray, P., (2019). Study finds electric pressure cookers not consistently safe for canning. USU Extension Marketing Press Release *

        Miscellaneous Extension

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        Other

        An asterisk (*) at the end of a publication indicates that it has not been peer-reviewed.

        Extension

        Family and Consumer Sciences, 2016 - Ongoing
        4-H/Youth Development, 2016 - Ongoing
        Civil Rights - General Plan, 2016 - Ongoing
        Textiles, 2017 - 2027