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4 Chinese visitors
- Four visiting scholars from Heibei Finance University in China are visiting our department for six months.
11 alumni to receive Purdue Agriculture's top award
- The College of Agriculture will recognize 11 people from business, government and education with the college's highest honor for their achievements at the middle stages of their careers.
Lots of "brain waste" among highly educated Immigrants
- Agricultural economics professors Brigitte Waldorf and Raymond Florax were on a team of researchers who analyzed data from the U.S. Census Bureau and its American Community Survey to determine the prevalence and persistence of job-education mismatch among male immigrants in the U.S. from 1980 to 2009.
Expansion of beef cattle herds possibly on the horizon
- Recent record-high cattle prices and lower feed costs could offer producers the profit incentives they need to start expanding their herds after U.S. beef cattle numbers at the start of the year reached their lowerst point since 1951, Purdue Extension agricultural economics Chris Hurt says.