Guelph students swept the MSc and PhD thesis awards at the CAES meetings in Quebec City. Predrag Rajsic and Kate Tsiplova were co-recipients of the best MSc thesis award for 2007 and Richard Vyn won the PhD thesis award for 2005-2007. Congratulations Predrag, Kate and Richard!
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Dr. John Cranfield is speaking about - "Proposed Food Labelling Rules Under Fire " Article.
Dr. Karl Meilke is speaking about "Rome meeting to urge nations to lift trade curbs and price controls to ease plight of poor".
Lisa Matheson, B.Comm (AGBU) is the recipient of this year's CAES Undergraduate Book Prize. She will be presented with a $100 cheque and a free CAES one-year student membership and journal subscription. Her name will also be included in the CAES Awards Banquet Program.
FARE Faculty continue to be quoted in the media. This time it is Dr. Andreas Boecker in the Globe and Mail speaking about "ORGANIC FOOD GOES GLOBAL BUT AT WHAT COST?".
Edward Olale, PhD Student in Food, Agricultural & Resource Economics, has recently been selected to receive a 2008-2009 OGS award. To be recommended for this award is a great honour as it is a very competitive process for Ontario students. This award is for one academic year, which may consist of two or three consecutive terms. The Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) program is designed to encourage excellence in graduate studies at the master's and doctoral levels.
The next session of the Southern Ontario Resource and Environmental Economics (SOREE), an informal group of resource and environmental economists will take place on May 6, 2008 at the University of Guelph. The session is sponsored by the Department of Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics (FARE) at the university. Local arrangements are being handled by Brady Deaton and Kathryn Selves.