Graduate Students

Name

Country

E-mail

Start Year

M.S. students

Bacon, Ray

U.S.

baconr*

2006

Brixey, Jennifer

U.S.

jebd67

2008

Gerlt, Scott

U.S.

sag5db

2007

Han, Xiaofei

China

xhhb2

2006

Jensen, Nathan

U.S.

ndjr53

2008

Kliethermas, Brandon

U.S.

bjkt24

2008

Kruse, Darlene

U.S.

krused*

n/a

Loehner, Robin

U.S.

rmlcg7

2008

Moura, Paula

Brazil

ptmd3b

2008

Pezold, Matthew

U.S.

pezoldm

2008

Rossi, James

U.S.

jdr5gd

2008

Rotert, Mary Ann

U.S.

rotertma*

2006

Smith, Jessica

U.S.

jese06

2009

Stahlman, Michael

U.S.

mlshw9

2007

Whistance, Jarret

U.S.

jwxbb

2007

Wiegel, Whitney

U.S.

wjwvd6

2008

Ph.D. Students

Ali, Sarah

U.S.

sahr2

2008

Alva-Lizarraga, Sara

Peru

smahx5

2008

Binfield, Julian

U.S.

binfieldj*

2001

Breen, James

Ireland

jpbpnb

2004

Bylund, Per

Sweden

plbwb8

2007

Cardoso, Sarika

U.S.

spchx8

2007

Choi, Eun-Young

Korea

ecd26

2004

Dozi, Pedro

Angola

pvdgcf

2005

Elliott, Matthew

U.S.

msegy9

2005

Figueroa Armijos, Maria

Ecuador

maf3nc

2006

Gautam, Shriniwas

Nepal

sgm8f

2005

Gedikoglu, Haluk

Turkey

hgxrb

2005

Han, Sukho

Korea

shhgc2

2005

Harris, Keith

U.S.

kdh9c9

2008

Hofherr, Peter

U.S.

hofherrp*

2006

Jei, Sang

Korea

syjnn7

2005

Kolympiris, Christos

Greece

cknq6

2005

Kueny, Bill

U.S.

wgk7bf

2007

Lei, Yu

China

ylpk5

2008

Magnier, Alexandre

France

amkw4

2005

Mishra, Bhawani

Nepal

bpm42c

2006

Mondelli, Mario

Uruguay

mpmwd5

2007

Nam, Kyoung Min

Korea

kmn5r6

2003

Rees, Lisa

U.S.

lmr6c6

2006

Shryock, Jereme

U.S.

jjsx93

2004

Song, Woo Jin

Korea

wjstw6

2006

Stallman, Heidi

U.S.

hrs220

2008

Wang, Tiesheng

China

tw6w8

2005

VilaBrunet, Neus

Spain

nvn7d

2008

Won, Jong Chul

Korea

jcwzn2

2007

Yuan, Yiyong

China

yy3z5

2004

*E-mail addresses end with @mizzou.edu, except those noted with asterisks which end in @missouri.edu

Graduate Students of Agricultural Economics Association

The purpose of the Graduate Students of Agricultural Economics Association (GSAE) is to foster an environment where agricultural economics graduate students can develop their full potential as students, researchers and members of the academic community.

GSAE also represents the interests of the graduate student body concerning the structure and development of programs, classes and facilities within the department.

All graduate students in the department of agricultural economics are members in GSAE. Each year, new officers are elected by the members.

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