Congratulations to Student Award Winners!
Congratulations to the following students who were recently recognized by the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences: JILL A. PFISTER OUTSTANDING FIRST-YEAR STUDENT AWARD This award recognizes two first-year students (freshman or transf ...
May 1-7, 2023
ATI Greenhouse Spring Plant Sale
The annual spring plant sale is scheduled for May 10-12. ...
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STEP visits Washington, D.C.
Submitted by Penny Nemitz, firstname.lastname@example.org Wooster Campus Second Year Transformational Experience Program (STEP) students attended a field trip to Washington D.C. on March 9 th through the 12 th. They were joined by faculty mentors Dr. Dan Linden and Dr. ...
Advanced Resource Economics
AEDECON 7320 Application of advanced economic theory and methods to the allocation and optimal management of exhaustible and renewable natural resources. Prereq: Econ 8712 (804). Graduate 3.0 In Person Agricultural, Environmental, and Dev Economics ...
Advanced Development Economics II
AEDECON 7425 Application of advanced economic theory and methods to problems of international economic development. Continuation of AEDEcon 7421. Prereq: Econ 8712 (804). Not open to students with credit for 840. Graduate 3.0 Distance Learning In Person A ...
Advanced Regional Economics 2
AEDECON 7415 Application of advanced economic theory and methods to problems of regional economic development. Continuation of AEDEcon 7410. Prereq: Econ 8712. Graduate 3.0 In Person Agricultural, Environmental, and Dev Economics ...
Econometric Methods for Environmental Valuation
AEDECON 8304 This course is designed to introduce you to the econometrics methods needed for stated and revealed nonmarket valuation in Environmental and Resource Economics. Prereq: 7140, Econ 8714, and 8732; or permission of instructor. Graduate 2.0 Dist ...
Environmental and Resource Economics
AEDECON 6300 Application of economic theory and methods to current problems in environmental and resource economics. Prereq: 4001 (500) or Econ 4001 (501). Not open to students with credit for 831. Graduate 3.0 In Person Agricultural, Environmental, and D ...