USU Economists Bring Home Top Honors from National Conference
To earn her doctoral degree, Tatiana Drugova would ultimately travel halfway around the world and complete her graduate studies in field that was entirely new to her.
The Trade Deals Moving Forward and the One That Just Won’t Budge
The USDA has announced a $16 billion package that includes payments to farmers and programs intended to open markets in other countries. APEC professor, Brandon Willis said up until a few weeks ago, trade negotiations with China were beginning to build co...
A Diminished Monument
Paul Jakus and Sherzod Akhundjanov research economic impacts of energy sector, ranching and tourism industry salaries, and market forces that influence them.
Preparing Students for the World of Agribusiness
CAAS is educating agribusiness and economics students to help farms and ranches compete in today’s economy. Students with an interest in business or agriculture can qualify for the farm credit fellowship program and gain professional experience.
USU Agribusiness Degrees Will Prepare Students in Mauritius and Beyond
Utah State University is partnering with a new higher education institution in Mauritius, making USU’s agribusiness and international agribusiness programs in the Department of Applied Economics the first to offer four-year degrees from an American univer...
NEW Agriculture and Natural Resources Law Course Begins Next Semester
The College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences (CAAS) is offering a new agriculture and natural resources pre law minor beginning with a class spring semester 2019.