Andrew Stevens receives Atwood Faculty Fellow Award

Portrait of Andrew Stevens

Andrew Stevens, assistant professor in the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, was recently selected to receive the Myron H. and Anna Atwood Faculty Fellow Award.

Stevens is an economist with broad research interests in agricultural and food policy. His research seeks to better understand human behavior, characterize interdependencies between human and natural systems, and quantify the intended and unintended consequences of public policy. He teaches AAE 421: Economic Decision Analysis; AAE 747: Frontiers in Agricultural and Applied Economics 2; and AAE 737: Applied Econometric Analysis III.

The Atwood Faculty Fellow Award recognizes faculty in CALS for excellence in teaching and provides support for continued efforts in the area of instruction. Nominees are selected on the basis of a demonstrated record of commitment to and excellence in teaching, and a project proposal that creatively applies educational innovation and helps forward the CALS teaching mission.