Devadoss Receives National Distinguished Teaching Award

Wednesday, August 10 2011

Stephen Devadoss, Professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics, received the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association’s Distinguished Graduate Teaching Award. This national award honors the excellence in teaching of faculty members in agricultural economics. This prestigious award is bestowed on Dr. Devadoss for his rigorous and in-depth material coverage, subject matter expertise, clear explanation of class materials, help for graduate students with their research and publications, scholarly research related to teaching and publication of teaching articles in leading agricultural economics journals. This award was presented at the award ceremony of the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association meeting on July 24-26, in Pittsburgh.