Graduate Program

  1. Katerine Ramirez Nieto Receives 2020 Bernie Erven Teaching Award

    Jun 9, 2020

    Dr. Allen Klaiber and the Graduate Studies Committee have awarded the 2019-2020 Bernie Erven Teaching Award to Katerine Ramirez Nieto.  This award is presented annually to the graduate student who best exemplifies the tradition of teaching excellence that Bernie Erven achieved throughout his distinguished career as a professor in the Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics.

  2. Feng-An Yang Awarded Bernie Erven Teaching Award

    May 15, 2018

    Dr. Allen Klaiber and the graduate program committee would like to ask you to share in their congratulations of the 2017-2018 winner of the Bernie Erven Teaching Award, Feng-An Yang.  This award is presented annually to the graduate student who best exemplifies the tradition of teaching excellence that Bernie Erven achieved throughout his distinguished career as a professor in Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics. 

  3. Daniel Crown

    PhD Candidate Daniel Crown to Receive the 18th Annual Benjamin H. Stevens Graduate Fellowship in Regional Science

    May 8, 2018

    Daniel Crown was chosen from 36 candidates for the North American Regional Science Council's Benjamin H. Stevens Graduate Fellowship in Regional Science. It will provide a 2018–19 Academic Year stipend of $30,000 to support Crown in his dissertation research entitled, “Foreign-Born Graduates and Innovation at Domestic Institutions: Evidence from an Australian Skilled Graduate Visa Program.”

  4. Danyi Qi Awarded Bernie Erven Outstanding Graduate Teacher Award

    May 15, 2017

    Dr. Allen Klaiber and the AEDE Graduate Program Committee have awarded the 2016-2017 Bernie Erven Outstanding Graduate Teacher Award to AEDE graduate student Danyi Qi. This award, presented annually, recognizes a graduate student who best exemplifies the tradition of teaching excellence that AEDE Emeritus Professor Bernie Erven achieved throughout his distinguished career as a professor in Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics.Dr. Allen Klaiber and the AEDE Graduate Program Committee have awarded the 2016-2017 Bernie Erven Outstanding Graduate Teacher Award to AEDE graduate student Danyi Qi. This award, presented annually, recognizes a graduate student who best exemplifies the tradition of teaching excellence that AEDE Emeritus Professor Bernie Erven achieved throughout his distinguished career as a professor in Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics.

     

  5. AEDE at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association

    Aug 10, 2015

    The yearly meeting of the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA) was held from July 26-28, 2015 in San Francisco. AAEA is the premier professional organization for agricultural and applied economists working in the U.S. The yearly gathering brings together the country’s top agricultural and resource economists working in the academic, public and private sectors. This year’s meeting featured over 150 educational sessions, 200 posters on display, and multiple plenary sessions each day. As one of the preeminent academic departments working in the field of agricultural and resource economics, AEDE had a strong presence at the gathering with more than two dozen faculty and students in attendance.

  6. Building African Food Security One Student at a Time

    Nov 24, 2014

    Since 2011, 20 graduate students from Tanzania have become Buckeyes through the Innovative Agricultural Research Initiative (iAGRI). The project aims to provide long-term food security in the East African nation and is directed on the ground by AEDE professor David Kraybill. Three students in the program: Boniface Massawe, Emmanuel Mgonja, and Privata Chiwondo tell us about their experience. 

  7. Buckeyes Playing Long Game in Tanzanian ‘Feed the Future’ Initiative

    Nov 24, 2014

    Now about halfway through its $25.5 million, six-year grant, Ohio State University’s Innovative Agricultural Research Initiative, or iAGRI program, in Tanzania is becoming a prototype for strengthening the capacity of agricultural universities to improve African food security for the long term. David Kraybill, AEDE professor and project director, has worked on-site at Sokoine University of Agriculture since 2011.

  8. Meet Holly Hall, AEDE Student Service Center Office Associate

    Aug 6, 2014

    AEDE’s Student Service Center, located in Suite 249 of the Agricultural Administration Building, recently welcomed a new staff member with the hiring of Holly Hall as the Center’s Office Associate. Holly recently sat down to tell us more about her background, her interests, and how she’ll help to guide AEDE students through their educational curriculum. 

  9. Environmental Policy Initiative Announces Summer 2014 Research Grant Winners

    Jun 9, 2014

    Ohio State’s Environmental Policy Initiative, which is directed by Professor Brent Sohngen, offers a yearly summer research grant for OSU graduate students who are preparing doctoral dissertation proposals for work in environmental policy. This year’s award was given to Elizabeth Gardiner from the Department of Anthropology; Chris Hartmann from the Department of Geography; and Nicholas Irwin from AEDE.

  10. Wendong Zhang Awarded the 2014 Bernie Erven Outstanding Graduate Teacher Award

    May 12, 2014

    Doctoral student Wendong Zhang was recently awarded the 2014 Bernie Erven Outstanding Graduate Teacher Award from the department. The prize is given annually to a graduate student who best exemplifies the tradition of teaching excellence demonstrated by AEDE Emeritus Professor Bernie Erven.

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