An alumna of both AFRE master's and doctoral programs, Nicole Olynk Widmar is opening up dialogues and understanding between producers and consumers in new and innovative ways.
Over 100 colleagues, friends, and family gathered in Agriculture Hall on October 13, 2017 to honor and remember Dr. David Schweikhardt and his lasting impact on the department and the industry.
The Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA) is the world's leading professional association for this field of study. This year has been particularly outstanding for AFRE with several AAEA recognitions of our faculty achievements.
Strengthening Regional Agricultural Integration in West Africa: Key Findings & Policy Implications Edited by: John M. Staatz, Boubacar Diallo and Nathalie M. Me-Nsope
MSU Professor Thomas Jayne was requested to testify before the House Committee on Agriculture on "The Next Farm Bill: The Future of International Food Aid and Agricultural Development," June 7.
David B. Schweikhardt, professor in the Department of Agricultural, Food and Resource Economics, was found dead in his home last week. No cause of death has been identified.
Vincenzina Caputo, AFRE assistant professor, aims higher in her research on how food consumers make choice and how those choices affect the food system supply chains and policy.
Now an assistant professor at the University of Delaware, Leah Palm-Forster's research identifies barriers to getting farmers to enroll in conservation programs.
An MSU distinguised professor, Bob Myers joins David Hennessy and Thomas Reardon as the the third member of AFRE faculty to receive the award.
From being ranked No. 4 in the world to faculty members receiving vast recognition, the Department of AFRE proves that Spartans Will.
An international team of agricultural researchers led by a Michigan State University professor has been recognized for the quality of its work and its impacts on agricultural policy in Africa.
Robert J. Myers, professor in the Department of Agricultural, Food and Resource Economics, was one of five members of the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA) honored as AAEA Fellows.
With the support of the World Bank, a delegation of Malian personalities from the Ministry of Higher Education and from several Malian universities visited MSU for expertise, advice, and possible collaborations.
When Eli Fenichel started his graduate studies at Michigan State University, he was certain he didn’t want to be an academic. Fast forward 13 years, and he’s an assistant professor at Yale University.
Director Eric Scorsone and his team members at the MSU Extension Center for Local Government Finance and Policy have been recognized by the U.S. Department of Agriculture for their work in the midst of the financial crisis in Flint, Michigan.