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Dr. Ron Kensinger retired June 30. Dr. Eric England started July 1. Ms. Sarah Hancock started June 8. ...
Welcomes and goodbyes. ...
Dairy Judging Program Autumn 2012 Update
COLUMBUS, OHIO – The Ohio State University Scarlet team also competed in fall contests held at the Pennsylvania All American and World Dairy Expo. The team was composed of Marc Bolen of Fremont, Samantha Grizzell of Kingston, and Keith Gibson of Springfie ...
Dairy Judging Team September Update
The Ohio State University Dairy Judging teams have been on the road and evaluating cows. ...
Study Abroad Updates
Study Abroad Voyager Become an ambassador for study abroad and work with other motivated individuals to promote study abroad, have fun and improve the world. Find out more information at cfaes.osu.edu/studyabroad, applications due March 23, 2015. Fundrais ...
Letter from Tim Haab, AEDE Department Chair
We are in an exciting and transformational time in the Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics. Of course with change comes uncertainty, but more importantly, with change comes opportunity. While recognizing our past, AEDE wil ...
Southgate, Thraen and Zulauf Retire
AEDE bids adieu to three outstanding long-serving faculty members who have recently retired from the department: Cameron Thraen, Douglas Southgate and Carl Zulauf. Thank you for your many years of service to AEDE! ...
Meet AEDE’s Newest Faculty Member: Jon Einar Flåtnes
With the start of the 2015-2016 academic year, the department welcomed a new faculty member to its ranks: Jon Einar Flåtnes, a development economist, who joined AEDE as an Assistant Professor. Learn more about Dr. Flåtnes in our Q&A with him. ...
Ani Katchova Elected to AAEA Executive Board
Ani Katchova begins her three-year term on the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association’s Executive Board. Dr. Katchova is an AEDE Associate Professor, Director of Ohio State's Center for Cooperatives and Ohio State's Farm Income Enhance ...
Dads, Disease and Death: Determinants of Daughter Discrimination