Nelson Hall 4333
Currently working under an NSF-IGERT fellowship through the Center for Genetic Engineering and Society, Mike’s interests include post-harvest crop management and biotechnology possibilities to improve smallholder agriculture in the developing world. His past research has led to collaborations in South America, Eastern and Southern Africa, Central Asia, and the Middle East. After graduation he hopes to enter academia or work internationally through institutions dedicated to agricultural or economic development.
B.S., Food and Resource Economics, University of Florida
B.A., Political Science, University of Florida
M.S., Agricultural Economics, Purdue University