Events

Regular Seminars

  • Use the links on the left (or directly below) for complete information about regular AFRE and other seminars offered at MSU.
  • Information about “Other Events” and selected seminars are further below.
     ( This page is maintained by Nancy Creed .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). )                                                     (  Image Below: AFRE Brown-Bag Seminar  by Dr. Nick Minot, IFPRI )
    Photo of AFRE seminar by Dr. Nick Minot

Other Events & Selected Seminars       

  • Weekly Seminar: Effect of Prior Appropriation and Water Right Portfolios on Ag Land Allocation Talks

    Date: February 23, 2017
    Location: 75 Morrill Hall of Agriculture

    “The Effect of Prior Appropriation and Water Right Portfolios on Agricultural Land Allocation Discussions,” presented by Kelly Cobourn, Assistant Professor, Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation, Virginia Tech.  Abstract.

  • Middle of the Semester

    Date: March 1, 2017

    The deadline to drop a full-semester course for the spring semester with no grade will be March, 1 2017.

  • 2017 Graduate Research Symposium - Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics

    Date: March 30, 2017
    Location: 75 Morrill Hall of Agriculture

    This annual event is an opportunity for AFRE graduate students to present their research to other students and faculty, to inform colleagues about the important work being done in AFRE as well as to hone presentation skills and to receive feedback. Research is presented at various levels of completion, so that all students are able to participate and benefit. Awards are given for top presentations. There will also be a special session for prospective graduate students to learn more about the MS and Ph.D programs in AFRE, as well as opportunities to interact with faculty and current students.

  • 2017 Graduate Research Symposium - Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics

    Date: March 31, 2017
    Location: 75 Morrill Hall of Agriculture

    This annual event is an opportunity for AFRE graduate students to present their research to other students and faculty, to inform colleagues about the important work being done in AFRE as well as to hone presentation skills and to receive feedback. Research is presented at various levels of completion, so that all students are able to participate and benefit. Awards are given for top presentations. There will also be a special session for prospective graduate students to learn more about the MS and PhD programs in AFRE, as well as opportunities to interact with faculty and current students.

  • Small Animals Day

    Date: April 22, 2017
    Location: MSU Pavilion

    Join us to milk a cow, watch horse races, hold a baby chick and meet other animals! No farm tours will be given this year.