College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
Agricultural & Resource Economics

AREC

Dale Johnson
On October 14, The annual College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Open House will be held at the Central Maryland Research and Education Center, in Clarksville, Maryland from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m...
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The department is pleased to announce a new undergraduate research project about climate change and vulnerable persons in Maryland funded by and conducted within AREC. Look for more information on...
UMD AREC Alumna Tulika Narayan in Tanzania
Aflatoxins are carcinogens that are a major problem for agriculture and health worldwide, particularly in developing countries. The naturally occurring toxins are produced by fungi that are present...
Neslihan Uler
The International Foundation for Research in Experimental Economics (IFREE) awarded Professor Neslihan Uler a grant for $10,000. Uler applied for the grant along with Professor Stephen Salant, an...
University of Maryland Professor Roberton Williams, of the Department and Agricultural and Resource Economics, was interviewed Wednesday, May 31st, on National Public Radio. Jeremy Hobson of the NPR...
The American Farm Publications Inc., publisher of the Delmarva Farmer and the New Jersey Farmer, recently awarded AREC sophomore Brian Glenn a scholarship; he was one of five recipients. To qualify...
Sophia Wilcox and Dave Newburn
Sophia Wilcox, an AREC professional track faculty member, and Dave Newburn, an AREC assistant professor, both received awards at the AGNR 2017 Convocation and Awards Ceremony held on May 23, 2017...
The Global Poverty Student Advisory Board hosted a nonprofit career panel to inform students about the impact nonprofit organizations have on the developing world. The event took place on May 4, 2017...
Joe Spadro
Dr. Joe Spadaro shared some statistics regarding climate change’s effect on human health with Anna Alberini’s new course, Economics of Climate Change (AREC454). With research experience with the...
2017 Global Poverty Career Panel
The Global Poverty Student Advisory Board is hosting a nonprofit career panel to inform students about the impact nonprofit organizations have on the developing world on May 4, 2017. Carrie Lewey, an...

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