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New 10-month Master's Planned for Fall 2015

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A new, accelerated Master's degree will train students to enter the fast-growing job market for specialists who can evaluate energy efficiency and other conservation initiatives. AAE plans a new M.A. in Resource and Energy Demand Analysis (REDA) for Fall 2015. We invite applications from students who want to work to promote environmental sustainability, who enjoy quantitative work, and who aim for good starting salaries.

New report profiles UW-Madison organic agriculture research

University of Wisconsin-Madison scientists are engaged in a wide range of research related to organic agricultural production practices, according to a new report released on Feb. 28 at the MOSES Organic Farming Conference in La Crosse. Paul Mitchell's work to develop the Veggie Compass, a tool for diversified organic vegetable producers to analyze their production costs, is featured on pp. 21 and 24 of the report.
September 25 - 3:45pm
Development Economics Workshop
Yating Chuang - Self Control or Social Control: Peer Effects on Temptation Consumption
October 1 - 12:00pm
Applied Economics Workshop
Nick Parket - Tax Incentives and Private Land Conservation
October 2 - 3:45pm
Development Economics Workshop
Emily Sellars - Does Emigration Inhibit Reform? Evidence from Mexico's Agrarian Movement, 1910-1945
Thank you to alumni and friends who have generously supported AAE!
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University of Wisconsin Foundation
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Madison, WI 53708-8860
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There is a new undergraduate certificate in Development Economics. It is open all undergraduate students across campus.

Congratulations to Austin Williams, awarded a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Dissertation Grant for research activities related to health and society.

Congratulations to Luke Drachenberg, one of 10 CALS Outstanding Sophomores named by the Wisconsin Ag & Life Sciences Alumni Association.

 

 

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Last updated on Tue, Sep 16, 2014 1:50pm