Ph.D., 1939. Purdue University
M.S., 1934. University of Nebraska
B.S., 1932. University of Nebraska
Professor Emeritus and Extension Specialist
Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics
Michigan State University
Mauch Biographical Information (Click here to view)
- Mauch documents at the MSU Archive
- Selected publications, many downloadable
Other Notable Downloadable Publications/Presentations
- The Kellogg Farmers Study Program’s Development - Arthur Mauch contributions
- Leadership Training in Michigan. 1968. by Arthur Mauch. Information Bulletin for the Farm Foundation on Understanding Problems and Policies
- Background for Bargaining Pros and Cons of Group Actions to Strengthen Farm Marketing. 1965. by Art Mauch, Daniel W. Sturt, Linely E. Juers and Robert C. Kramer. Michigan State University Extension Bulletin e407
- American Farmers and World Affairs. 1959. By Foster, Phillips W. and Arthur Mauch. Bulletin for the Farm Foundation on Understanding of Public Problems and Policies.
Photos of Professor Mauch at Work
- Professor Mauch on foreseeing agricultural outlook for Michigan Farmers – 1946
- Kellogg Farmers Training Trip – India 1971
Professor Emeritus, Arthur Mauch, was born in Nebraska, and graduated in 1932 from the University of Nebraska, where he also received his Master’s degree. After earning his Ph.D. at Purdue University, he worked with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Agricultural Economics in Indiana, Washington, D.C., Virginia and Georgia, and he served briefly with the Farm Credit Administration in Washington, D.C. Professor Mauch joined the faculty of Michigan State University in 1945 and served as Professor of Agricultural Economics until his retirement in 1969. His papers reflect a special interest in vocational education.
He was chairman and contributing author for several national and regional task forces to prepare educational pamphlets on farm programs, international trade, and human resource development. Professor Mauch was also a Visiting professor at North Carolina State University with the Agricultural Policy Institute, 1961-62.
Alpha Zeta, Gamma Sigma Delta and Sigma Xi. He received the outstanding Extension Specialist Award in 1967 (Michigan).