Feng, Xiaoguang and Hayes, D.J. (2016), “Diversifying systemic risk in agriculture”
Head, Department of Consumer Science
West Lafayette, IN
Position available July 1, 2017
Open until filled
Research Manager, Resources, Science, and Industry Division
Leads the Agriculture and Food Supply Section in the development of policy research and analysis relevant to congressional needs.
Application deadline: Nov. 16, 2016
This call for proposals is relevant to:
Otavio Baralotti, “Revising the Effects of Unemployment Insurance Extensions on Unemployment: A Measurement Error-Corrected Regression Discontinuity Approach”
360 Heady Hall
Summer Research Associate
Recruiting begins in early October for starting positions in the spring/summer of 2017.
- Direct exposure to bank operations
- Valuable work experience in public service
- Developmental workshops
- Q&A sessions with senior leaders
- Departmental information and networking sessions
- Mentoring program
- Structured capstone experience
David Swenson, associate scientist, replied to several media requests recently:
Sue Danielson, WHO Radio, about Amazon hiring more people for the Christmas holidays and what that might portend for main street business.
Assistant Professor, Agribusiness
Posting number: TR0160131
Submission deadline: Nov. 18, 2016
The CALS Technology Advancement Committee (TAC) invites proposals from faculty, staff, and students that benefits student learning in the college. Projects funded must spend the funds by June, 30, 2017 and submit 1-2 page report explaining the outcome of the project to the TAC Chair.
Proposals are due 1pm on Nov. 7, 2016. Send proposals to Gaylan Scofield, TAC Chair, 0004 Curtiss Hall, firstname.lastname@example.org .
The National Science Foundation has generously funded two nights of hotel and living expenses for twenty graduate students attending the meeting of the NBER project on the Economics of Digitization Mar. 1-3, 2017 at Stanford University. On Mar. 1 and 2, the meeting will involve a tutorial for economics graduate students to overviews of this young frontier area of research and provide graduate students face-to-face time with research leaders.
The deadline for submission is midnight, EST on Nov. 18, 2016.
Department of Agricultural Economics
College Station, TX
Screening of applications begins Nov. 1, 2016 and continues until filled.
Department of Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics
Assistant professor, 12 month, tenure-track
Application date: Nov. 30, 2016
John Crespi, professor, is one of the researchers who recently won $450,000 in the third round of funding from the Presidential Initiative for Interdisciplinary Research. The award will support big-data studies of brain diseases.
Catherine Hayes, senior in agricultural business, is part of the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture’s 2016 Next Generation Program.
Tufts University is offering a new PhD program in Human Developmental Economics.
This interdisciplinary doctoral program is offered by the Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Study and Human Development (CSHD) and the Department of Economics. It aims to better understand human development through the study of cultural, social, emotional, economic and behavioral interactions as they contribute to socialization and decision making.
Specialty Crop Research Intiative
Pre-application deadline: Nov. 15, 2016
Standard Research and Extension Projects - Normally will not exceed $1,000,000 per year up to four years. Requests less than $250,000 per project are discouraged. Coordinated Agricultural Projects (CAPs) - $2 million per year up to four years. Research and Extension Planning Projects - $50,000 for one year.