Amy Hilland Receives the Outstanding Master's Thesis Award

Monday, May 12 2014

Amy Hilland, a Master’s student in the Department of Agricultural Economics, received the Outstanding Master’s Thesis Award (First Prize) from the Western Agricultural Economics Association.

This is a prestigious award selected from the thesis competition by M.S. students in the western universities. Amy’s thesis, “Implications of the Yuan-Dollar Exchange Rate and Commodity Trade between China, the United States, and Competitors,” was completed under the guidance of Stephen Devadoss.

This award will be presented at the 2014 WAEA Annual Meeting in Colorado Springs, Colo., from June 21-23.