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Spotlights: 2007

Experimental Economics Lab December 2007
Resource Economics is hiring an Assistant/Associate Professor in Experimental Economics and Public Policy.
Store Interior October 2007
Dr. Nathalie Lavoie's work with graduate student Ricky Volpe sheds light on the impact of Wal-Mart Supercenter openings on grocery prices

Review of Agricultural Economics Paper >>pdf
Award Ceremony October 29, 2007
Graduate Students Receive Department Memorial Awards
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The Carolyn Harper Fund and Fellowship >>more
The Vijay Bhagavan Teaching Assistant of Distinction Award >>more
Sheila Mammen and Graduate David Haddad May 26, 2007
Undergraduate Commencement

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Glenn Caffery Spring 2007
Plugged In: The IT Minor and Glenn Caffery

In the class “Computing: Foundations and Frontiers,” a computer terminal faces each of 36 seats at long tables fanning out from the lectern. . . >>more
Seniors at Recognition Dinner April 24, 2007
ResEc Seniors Celebrate! Senior Recognition Dinner, College of Natural Resources and the Environment

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Award Ceremony March 30, 2007
David McEvoy and Bernardo Urdaneta named Carolyn Harper Fellows
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The Carolyn Harper Fund and Fellowship >>more
The Vijay Bhagavan Teaching Assistant of Distinction Award >>more

The Resource Economics Department held an awards ceremony to honor David McEvoy and Bernardo Urdaneta as new Carolyn Harper Fellows on March 30, 2007. They were chosen for their scholarly achievement and concern for social and environmental issues, as well as for racial and gender justice.

David McEvoy grew up in Massachusetts, earned a M.S. from University College London, and is currently completing his Ph.D. degree in the Department of Resource Economics. His research focuses on a theoretical and experimental analysis of voluntary agreements for environmental protection.

Bernardo Urdaneta grew up in Venezuela and attended Lycoming College in the United States. He received an M.S. degree in Resource Economics in 2006, conducting research on evaluating alternative funding mechanisms for Acadia National Park. He is currently working in Boston with CERA (Cambridge Energy Research Associates).

The fellowship was established in memory of Dr. Carolyn Harper, as associate professor of Resource Economics, who died of cancer in 1993. Harper was an award winning scholar who published widely on the economics of pesticide regulation, groundwater protection, and worker safety.

We were joined at the awards ceremony by Carolyn’s husband, David Nussbaum; Dean Cleve Willis; former Harper Fellows Tammy Barlow Murphy and Corinna Noelke; and Bernardo’s father, Mr. German Urdaneta, who was visiting from Venezuela.