May 20: "Randomized Safety Inspections and Risk Exposure on the Job: Quasi-Experimental Estimates of the Value of a Statistical Life," Laura Taylor, 4-5:30pm, 404 Plant Science (Whetzel Room)
May 23: "Is Herding Priced in the Market? An Analysis of Systematic Order Imbalances of Stocks," Y. Peter Chung, 4-5:30pm, 404 Plant Science (Whetzel Room)
May 25: Noon-1pm, Schoellkopf Stadium, Cory Booker, Mayor of Newark, NJ
May 26: 11am-Noon, Schoellkopf Stadium; Dyson School Diploma Ceremony Immediately Following Commencement, Ag Quad
May 29: "Agriculture, Development and Environment," David R. Lee, 11am-12:30pm, 404 Plant Science (Whetzel Room)
Dyson School will award diplomas to 206 B.S., 10 Ph.D., 14 M.S., and 2 M.P.S degree candidates
Brian Huggins '15 Receives BOLD Leadership Compass Award
Honored for displaying the highest level of leadership among the 24 sophomores taking part in BOLD's C. Charles Jackson Foundation Leadership Certificate Program.
Students in Prof. Todd Schmit's International Agribusiness Study Trip course experienced agriculture in Israel firsthand over spring break.
Dyson holds firm in #3 thanks to a 2nd place finish in both student satisfaction and the MBA feeder rank.
Warren Hall Access During the Renovation
The second and third floors of Warren Hall are currently not accessible for people with mobility disabilities. Classes, seminars, or meetings can be accommodated in an alternative location. To discuss appropriate options and for additional information, please contact the Dyson School at 607-255-4576.
Research and Extension
Faculty in the News
Areas of Expertise
Financial Economics, Behavioral Finance, Applied Microeconomics
“As a university professor, I have found my true calling in life. I love almost all aspects of the profession.
“One of the activities that I enjoy the most is attending the graduation ceremonies. Each one of my personal graduation ceremonies was special and memorable for different reasons. Thus, it always saddens me when one of my students does not attend graduation. Upon hearing that anyone is planning to skip graduation, I always try to persuade that person to reconsider by offering my top five reasons for attending your own graduation ceremony....
“Finally, the world can be cruel. In particular, the first transition years after graduation can be difficult. There are very few times in life when people get together just to celebrate you and your accomplishments. Enjoy this reaffirming and all-too-rare occurrence.
“Whether you are getting your high school diploma, college degree or Ph.D., do not pass on graduation. Whether you are graduating summa cum laude, magna cum laude or thank you laude, go to your graduation ceremony. It is time well spent.”