Glynn McBride

Glynn McBride

Ph.D., 1954. University of Wisconsin
BS., 1942. University of Arkansas

Professor Emeritus

Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics
Michigan State University

AEC/AFRE Faculty, 1956 to 1984

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McBride Biographical Information

Professor Emeritus Glynn Mcbride, was born in Yell County, Arkansas, 1914.  He was Assistant and County Agricultural Agent, Fayetteville, Russellville, and Clinton, Arkansas, 1942-44. He served military duty in U.S. Navy during World War II.

He was appointed at MSU as Ass’t Professor for research in 1956. He worked in research, extension and teaching with areas of interest in marketing, agricultural policy and agricultural development.

Professor McBride was also an advisor to West Pakistan Academy for Rural Development, Peshawar in 1964 and 1965, a Ford Foundation Project.  

Language: Spanish, French. Alpha Zeta, Danforth Fellow.

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