College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
Agricultural & Resource Economics

AREC

AREC alumnus and Resources for the Future Fellow Casey J. Wichman (Ph.D. '15) served as the Technical Consultant for a report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine which...
2016 Agricultural Outlook and Policy Conference
College land grants, the food modernization act, water quality in the Chesapeake Bay and genetically modified organisms (GMOs) were some of the topics that were covered at The Outlook and Policy...
A full-time farmer, nonprofit creator, and environmental program developer are just some descriptors of Sam Owings, a speaker at the November 18 Agriculture and Environmental Law conference. Owings...
Agricultural and Environmental Law Conference
The Agricultural and Resource Economics Department and the Agricultural Law Education Initiative are joining together for the Agriculture and Environmental Law Conference, where Maryland Secretary of...
Jen Z. He, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of Maryland, was awarded the Dennis O’Brien USAEE Best Student Paper Award at the 34th USAEE/...
Dr. Neslihan Uler is one of the newest assistant professors of the College of Agricultural and Natural Resources Department of Agriculture and Resource Economics. Uler previously taught as a...
AREC professor Erik Lichtenberg and co-authors John Majsztrik (PSLA Ph.D. 2011) and Monica Saavoss (AREC Ph.D. 2016) have been awarded the Water Resources Research Editor’s Choice Award for their...
AREC alumnus Nathaniel Higgins (Ph.D. 2010) is a fellow with the U.S. Social and Behavioral Sciences Team . He also is an economist at the Economic Research Service, USDA, and adjunct professor in...
2016 PhD graduates in the agricultural & resource economics department
We would like to congratulate our 2016 graduates. This semester marks another round of hard-working and talented students in the department of agricultural & resource economics. Thank you...
Dave Newburn
The Chesapeake Bay is one of the greatest natural assets in our region. Despite extensive restoration efforts during the past 30 years, insufficient progress and poor water quality in the Chesapeake...

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