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Beatrice Maule, ag bus junior, and PhD student Nieyan Cheng won awards at the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association meetings, Aug. 2020.
Kevin Kimle, teaching professor, and his wife, Patricia, have published a new novel, "The Only Free Road: An Underground Railroad Saga Unveiled."
Helen Jensen, professor emerita, was recognized at the Aug. 2021 Agricultural & Applied Economics Association annual meeting for her many contributions to the AAEA and to the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine; to revising WIC packages to better serve recipients; and for her research in Food Safety and Nutrition and Federal Nutrition Assistance programs.
Jennifer Doleac, Catherine Maclean, Javaeria Qureshi, and Danila Serra are hosting an in-person workshop and mentoring opportunity for 3rd and 4th year women/non-binary economics PhD students before the Southern Economic Association annual meeting called “Successfully Navigating Your Economics PhD” on Friday, November 19, 2021 in Houston, Texas.
A storage advisory committee and IT units are conducting a survey regarding electronic data storage needs. It's open through Aug. 2. All members of the Iowa State community -- faculty, staff, students and researchers -- are invited to participate. The survey information will be used to shape a strategy for long-term electronic data storage at the university.
Ron Deiter’s work ethic and eventual career got their start on his family’s Wisconsin dairy farm.
Bertan Turhan, assistant professor, had his paper, "Slot-specific Priorities with Capacity Transfers," joint with Michelle Avataneo (Northwestern), accepted for publication at Games and Economic Behavior.
David Swenson, research scientist, recent media interviews:
The Spring 2021 CARD Ag Policy Review is now available online.
John Crespi, professor and director of CARD, was named to a panel created by Gov. Kim Reynolds to study carbon sequestration and the opportunities it presents for further economic development in Iowa.
Dermot Hayes, professor, was interviewed in a June 21 NE Iowa News story, "Iowans toss away millions by forsaking nickel deposit on empties."
After 40 years of service to the Department of Sociology, Sociology Extension and Iowa State University, Paul is retiring on June 30, 2021. Please send congratulations to his Kudoboard!