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The Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics (AEDE) is a national leader in applied economics with cutting-edge programs in agricultural economics and agribusiness; environmental and natural resource economics; sustainability; international and development economics; and urban, regional and community economics. Turn your passion into problem-solving with one of our following degrees:

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  1. MAE Job Market Panel 2024

    Feb 23, 2024

    The MAE job market panel brings together current and prospective MAE students and seasoned professionals with extensive recruiting and executive experience. It’s a platform for industry experts to offer practical advice to MAE students navigating the job market, including tips on structuring resumes, skill showcasing, interview etiquette, negotiation strategies, and professional conduct.

  2. 2024 OSU Extension Clinton & Fayette Counties Agriculture Outlook Breakfast

    Feb 19, 2024

    OSU Extension Clinton & Fayette counties are hosting the 2024 Agriculture Outlook breakfast. Please join us to learn about grain marketing, local and international grain trade, and farm economics.

    The topics are:

  3. Dr. Ani Katchova, Farm Income Enhancement Chair, and her students met with members of the Ohio Farm Bureau to discuss research and outreach projects of the OSU Farm Income Enhancement Program and potential collaborations

    The Farm Income Enhancement Program hosts Ohio Farm Bureau visit to AEDE

    Feb 16, 2024

    The Farm Income Enhancement Program hosted a visit by the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation to AEDE to discuss research, outreach, and student engagement opportunities on February 14, 2024. Evan Callicoat, Leah Curtis, Whittney Bowers, and Brad Bales from the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation met with AEDE faculty and students with the goal of increasing engagement and collaboration.  Evan Callicoat is an OSU alum who graduated from our Agribusiness and Applied Economics Program and is now a Director of State Policy at the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation.