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ARE Graduate Students and Faculty Benefit from Inclusive Education and Mentoring Training Workshop

Oct. 17, 2022

Seven ARE Ph.D students and three ARE faculty participated in the first-ever Graduate Inclusive Education and Mentoring Training (GET) workshop that took place in early September. The GET workshop, a …

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ARE Ph.D. Alumni and Professor and Chair Rachael Goodhue Awarded AAEA Honor for Professional Excellence for Co-Authoring Paper: “Balancing Bees and Pest Management: Projected Costs of Proposed Bee-protective Neonicotinoid Regulation in California”

Aug. 30, 2022

The specialty crop economics section of AAEA awards the Honor for Professional Excellence in recognition of superior achievement in agricultural and applied economics as exemplified by an outstanding published paper …

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ARE Masters Students Visit Wonderful Company Nurseries to Present Capstone Case Study

June 23, 2022

Each spring quarter for the past four years, a group of 8-10 ARE masters students have worked as a team to complete a case study commissioned by The Wonderful Company. …

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ARE Ph.D. and Masters Students Celebrate 2022 Graduation Ceremony

June 22, 2022

On Thursday, June 9, 2022, ARE celebrated the accomplishments of its new Ph.D. and Masters graduates at an in-person ceremony. Congratulations to the graduating class of 2022!

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ARE Professors Receive Graduate Mentoring Awards

June 15, 2022

ARE Associate Professor Steve Boucher and ARE Distinguished Professor Richard Sexton were selected as recipients of the Graduate Program Advising and Mentoring Award. The Graduate Program Advising and Mentoring Awards …

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Jeff Hadachek: 2022 ARE Scott McNiven Community Service Award

June 13, 2022

The graduate students in ARE selected Jeff Hadachek to receive the 2022 Scott McNiven Community Service Award. The award is given each year to the ARE graduate student whose actions—through …

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ARE Professor Michael Carter Authors New Piece in “The Conversation” Highlighting Research on Risk Management

Feb. 28, 2022

The outreach article in The Conversation highlights work Carter did in cooperation with ARE associate professor Steve Boucher, professor Travis Lybbert and former Ph.D. students Jonathan Malacarne and Laura Paul.

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Annual ARE Faculty-Grad Student Ski/Snow-Play Day Held in Tahoe

Feb. 28, 2022

After a year off due to COVID, the ARE Ski/Snow-Play Day returned this month. ARE faculty and grads gathered at Lake Tahoe in the evening of February 24 for the …

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ARE Ph.D. Candidate Joakim Weill and ARE Ph.D. Alumnus Matthieu Stigler Contribute to NBER Working Paper "Exposures and Behavioral Responses to Wildfire Smoke"

Nov. 4, 2021

The newly published research focuses on understanding responses to wildfire smoke, a rapidly growing environmental stressor throughout much of the US and internationally. Annual area burned by wildfires in the …

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ARE Distinguished Professor Daniel A. Sumner and ARE Ph.D. Alumna Qianyao Pan Co-authors of New Research Examining “How Compensation Incentives and Heat Exposure Affect Farm Worker Effort.”

Nov. 2, 2021

Farm workers are exposed to high risk of heat-related illness, especially when their jobs require working outside at a fast pace during hot days. Climate change has increased the number …

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