Dr. Terry Griffin is Associate Professor and Cropping Systems Economist at Kansas State University specializing in farm management and digital agricultural technology. He holds BS in Agronomy and MS in Agricultural Economics from University of Arkansas and a PhD in Agricultural Economics from Purdue University. For his achievements in advancing digital agriculture, Griffin has received the 2014 Pierre C. Robert International Precision Agriculture Young Scientist Award, the 2012 Conservation Systems Precision Ag Researcher of the Year, and the 2010 PrecisionAg Award of Excellence for Researchers. He is past-Treasurer of the International Society of Precision Agriculture. In addition to presenting his applied research throughout North America, Terry has delivered invited presentations across Africa, Australia, and Europe. He and Dana have three teenage children.