NIFA sponsors March 2011 webinar for AFRI – Agricultural Economics and Rural Communities Program
On March 21, 2011, the National Institute of Food and Agriculture sponsored a webinar to disseminate research findings of AFRI funded projects and to identify future research needs. This webinar may be of use to researchers and policy makers interested in rural entrepreneurship; students and faculty interested in rural development; and potential applicants to the AFRI Agricultural Economics and Rural Communities program. The information regarding the four presenters (name, institution, and project emphasis) are as follows:
- Dr. David Griffith, East Carolina University, Rural Development in Regions Heavily Impacted by Immigration
- Dr. Anastasia Snyder, Ohio State University, Education, Careers and Migration of Rural Youth: What's Happening to Rural America's Future?
- Dr. Linda Niehm, Iowa State University, Rural Community Resiliency: Role of the Retail Sector in Easing Sudden and Slow Motion Economic Shocks
- Dr. Terry Besser, Iowa State University, Latino- and Women-Owned Businesses as Generators of Amenity-Rich Rural Towns in the Midwest and Northern Plains
Please click here to access the recorded audio session.
For more information about this program, please contact Siva Sureshwaran, National Program Leader, Patricia McAleer or Emily Morehouse, Program Specialists.
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