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Agricultural Economics and Law Grad Campbell Writes Book on Historical Tennessee Trial
Alumnus Mac Campbell, who has U of A degrees in agricultural economics and law, has written a book about a historical murder case in Tennessee involving Andrew Jackson.
U of A 2017 Graduate Victoria Maloch Selected as 2018 Marshall Scholar
Victoria Maloch, an honors graduate from Bumpers College, is one of 43 students in the United States selected to study at Oxford University.
Two From University of Arkansas Selected as Marshall Finalists
Two honors students from small towns in Arkansas — Karli Lipinski and Victoria Maloch — plan big careers to serve others.
Winners of Hoyt H. Purvis Award for Service in International Education Announced
Bruce Ahrendsen, Fran Hagstrom and Cynthia Smith have been named winners of the 2017 Hoyt H. Purvis Award for Service in International Education.
Volunteers Needed Tuesday-Friday: Survey Research Study in Student Technology Center
Researchers are conducting a survey research study about the behavior of individuals when they make food product choices. Receive $10 as compensation for the 20-minute survey.
Ag Education's Shoulders a Chronicle of Higher Education 'Teaching Innovator'
Kate Shoulders uses video critiques of graduate projects to give students one-on-one recordings of her impressions and thought process.
Ahrendsen Wins Bumpers College's Outstanding International Education Award
Bruce Ahrendsen, a professor of agricultural economics and agribusiness, has been named winner of the Outstanding International Education Award for 2017 in Bumpers College.
Economic Policy Analysis Expert Dlamini Global Food Opportunities Seminar Speaker
Thula Sizwe Dlamini, executive director of the Swaziland Economic Policy Analysis and Research Centre, is the guest speaker for this fall's Global Food Opportunities seminar series.
Agricultural Economics Grads Win Second Place at Case Study Competition
Alumnae Marei Houpert and Rina Vuciterna and visiting doctoral scholar Giordano Ruggeri placed second in an agricultural economics case study competition.
AEAB Master's Student Matthew Coale Reflects on His Atlantis Program Experience
Matthew Coale, a graduate student in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, spent time in Slovakia and Italy while earning two degrees.