MFRE Speaker Series

The MFRE program offers two speaker series. Both series are open to the public.

See below for the schedule.

This series provides students with the opportunity to interact with key industry experts from the food and agribusiness sector and hear them speak about their company, food & agribusiness expertise, industry opportunities & trends and the challenges running an Agri-Food entrepreneurial business. The speaker series is part of the professional development program in the Master in Food and Resource Economics Program.

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This speaker series is a part of the professional development program in the Master in Food and Resource Economics (MFRE) Program. It provides an opportunity to interact with a range of people either influencing environmental policy, or shaping the natural environment through their activities. A typical list includes: government officials, industry leaders, pioneers in resource management, non-governmental organizations, and even academics. The series is designed to be a glimpse into the complexities of ‘real’ world environmental economics and policy.

Jordan Suter, Associate Professor, Agricultural and Resource Economics at Colorado State University

“A Spatial-Dynamic Economic Analysis of Groundwater Management Policies”

Date: Friday, March 31st
Time: 3:30-5PM
Location: MCML160

Read about previous speakers here.

Next Speaker:

Jordan Suter, Associate Professor, Agricultural and Resource Economics at Colorado State University

“A Spatial-Dynamic Economic Analysis of Groundwater Management Policies”

Date: Friday, March 31st
Time: 3:30-5PM
Location: MCML160