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New position available:

Assistant or Associate Professor in Applied Microeconomics


 

New position available:

Lecturer


 

New position available:

Program Assistant 1(UCP 3)


 

We are offering assistantships for Ph.D. students with focus areas in:

  • Industrial Organization and Food Marketing
  • Environmental and Resource Economics
  • International Economic Development
  • Health Economics

The deadline for application is January 15, 2015 for Fall semester admission.  Assistantship funding is available on a competitive basis.  For more information about ARE and the application process please visit program details and how to apply.


Assistant Research Professor Interviewed by UCONN Today

Assistant Research Professor and Zwick Center researcher Adam N. Rabinowitz was featured in UConn Today about rising food prices in the state of Connecticut.


Assistant Professor Ben Campbell's Consumer Eye Tracking Technology

Assistant Professor and Extension Economist Ben Campbell conducts market research and promotes locally grown foods in Connecticut by using an eye tracking technology that can easily indicate to sellers and businesses what consumers are looking at in store displays.


ARE Alum Dr. James Hsiao Receives Distinguished Alumni Award

Dr. James Hsiao received his PhD in Agricultural Economics from the University of Connecticut in 1968 and has since made several contributions to academia and industry including becoming the founder and dean of the School of Business at Southern Connecticut State University.

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