Ag Econ

Department of Agricultural Economics

Grounded in Giving - Agricultural Economics

Our department intends to grow our commitment to student success through several funds established to support educational programs and scholarship efforts. Some opportunities for support are presented below. You may "click" give now to give on-line directly to the OSU Foundation if you like.


Opportunities to Give

Your contribution to an area of greatest need will help us accomplish our goals.
  • Ag Economics Undergraduate Scholarship Fund (21-30900)
    Created to support the Agricultural Economics Faculty Undergraduate Scholarship Program. Goes to one or more deserving student each year.

  • Ag Economics Endowment Fund (21-28500)
    Supports activities of the Agricultural Economics Department at Oklahoma State University including seminars and faculty enhancement.
  • John W. Goodwin Endowed Agricultural Economics Scholarship Fund (21-63500)
    Supports two separate scholarships: one for an outstanding incoming freshman student; and one for a sophomore, junior, or senior student.

  • Dan Badger Agricultural Economics Endowment Fund (21-0460)
    Supports programs within the Department of Agricultural Economics for the following: Scholarships for undergraduate students. Support professional faculty development activities and enhance international student enrollment.

  • Joseph E. Williams Agricultural Economics Scholarship Endowment Fund (21-4310)
    Supports scholarships in the Department of Agricultural Economics in honor of Dr. Joseph E. Williams. Recipients are selected based on academics, achievement, initiative, and leadership.

  • Harry P. Mapp Graduate Fellowship Fund (21-64200)
    Supports departmental efforts in maintaining an excellent graduate educational program. Provides a scholarship for a full-time graduate student with preference given to students with an expressed interest in production ecomonics, natural resource economics, or agricultural finance.

  • Clem Ward Endowed Scholarship Fund (21-61300)
    Supports departmental efforts in maintaining an excellent graduate educational program. The scholarship is awarded annually to one or more well-rounded graduate students, preferably working in livestock economics.

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