Department of Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology
Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology faculty and students pursue excellence in socio-economic research and teaching. We are a unique group of applied economists and sociologists who focus on agriculture, forestry and issues of the environment. Our students and over 18 faculty members are involved in cutting-edge research on the socio-economic aspects of managing natural resources. Our research is interdisciplinary and involves collaborative efforts among natural and social scientists.
Contact: Professor Ellen Goddard