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New 10-month Master's Planned for Fall 2015

A new, accelerated Master's option will train students to enter the fast-growing job market for specialists who can evaluate energy efficiency and other conservation initiatives. AAE plans a professional Master's in Resource and Energy Demand Analysis (REDA) for Fall 2015. We invite applications from students who want to work to promote environmental sustainability, who enjoy quantitative work, and who aim for good starting salaries.

Added duties offset researchers’ gains in productivity

Today's land grant faculty are getting significantly more research done in less time, but they are finding significantly less time to do it. As a result, the level of public research has remained stable over the past 30 years, according to newly published findings of research conducted at UW-Madison.
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AAE announces two new undergraduate certificates in Development Economics and Business Management for Agricultural & Life Sciences.  

Congratulations to Jhin Han, winner of the 2014 prize for Outstanding Teaching, and to Na Zhao, winner of the 2014 Barbara L. Forrest Graduate Student Research Paper Award.

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AAE Events

December 3 - 12:00pm
Applied Economics Workshop
Itzi Lazkano - Directed Technological Change in the Electricity Sector
December 4 - 3:45pm
Development Economics Workshop
Jennifer Alix-Garcia - It's Complicated: Direct vs. Incentive-Based Forest Conservation in Mexico
December 5 - 12:00pm
Department Seminar
Jay Coggins - Piketty's Capital in a Medieval Farming Village
Last updated on Thu, Nov 20, 2014 9:24am