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The department offers BS, MS, and PhD degrees, continuing a tradition of excellence started over 100 years ago. Students and faculty in the department:
- Develop policy solutions and extension/outreach programs for reducing poverty, hunger, and natural resource degradation
- Manage food & resource businesses in a global setting
- Partner with bio-physical and social scientists to evaluate new production and policy approaches
- Add to the knowledge base of theory and methods.
Please feel free to be in touch if you have questions about our programs. Department contact information is available on the About page.
Temperature Influence on Public Attitudes & Welfare: A Case Study in MI - Gi-Eu Lee, AFRE Dept., MSULocation:75 Morrill Hall of Agriculture - 11:50 am.-1:00 pm.
Jan 29Location:75 Morrill Hall of Agriculture - 3:30-5:00 pm.
Qualitative-Quantitative Methods in Development Economics: Tanzania - Ayala Wineman, AFRE Dept., MSULocation:75 Morrill Hall of Agriculture - 11:50 am.-1:00 pm.
Feb 17Location:75 Morrill Hall of Agriculture - 11:50 am.-1:00 pm.
Mar 19Location:75 Morrill Hall of Agriculture - 2:00-4:30 pm.