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Dr. Kimberly L. Morgan

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Assistant Professor, Agricultural...

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Virginia Tech Inc.
201 Pack Building (0336)
Blacksburg, Virginia 24061
United States

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Background

Employment History

Education

  • doctorate , food and resource economics
    University of Florida
  • bachelor's degree , animal science
    University of Florida
  • master's degree , food and resource economics
    University of Florida
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Kimberly L. Morgan, ...
www.aaea.org, 25 Sept 2012 [cached]
Kimberly L. Morgan, Mississippi State University Agricultural & Applied Economics Association 555 East Wells Street, Suite 1100 Milwaukee, WI 53202 Phone: (414) 918-3190 Fax: (414) 276-3349
MISSISSIPPI STATE -- New ...
msucares.com, 4 Sept 2008 [cached]
MISSISSIPPI STATE -- New Mississippi State University Extension Service assistant professor Kim Morgan said she hopes to use her experience in consumer behavior, market research and economic analysis to find solutions relevant to agribusiness managers.
MorganMorgan assumed her duties July 1 in the MSU Department of Agricultural Economics.She said she felt the position with the department was an excellent career choice.
"The people involved in the interview process convinced me that the university is the right fit for me and welcomed my family into the Starkville community," she said.
A native of Midland, Mich., Morgan grew up in rural northern New Jersey.She is a graduate of the University of Florida in Gainesville, where she earned a bachelor's degree in animal science in 1993, a master's degree in food and resource economics in 1997, and a doctorate in food and resource economics in 2007.She also worked for eight years as an economic analyst at the Florida Agricultural Market Research Center, a service unit within the university's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences.
"I want to establish public outreach and client advising practices that focus on development of value-added marketing and alternative production system solutions for agribusinesses," Morgan said.
Since arriving at MSU, Morgan has worked on a survey of Mississippi Gulf Coast city and county public managers.She said she wants to investigate the economic impact that the coastal hazards of hurricanes, oil spills and water quality problems on public agencies.
"Dr. Morgan has hit the ground running," said agricultural economics department head Steven Turner.
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"I am excited to focus my academic productivity on areas relevant to the health and wealth of the agribusiness community in Mississippi," Morgan said.
The Agricultural Marketing Resource ...
www.agmrc.org, 4 Dec 2012 [cached]
The Agricultural Marketing Resource Center (AgMRC) recently updated the blueberry commodity and marketing information with research data compiled by Kimberly Morgan, assistant extension professor in the agricultural economics department at Mississippi State University. Morgan was hired as one of AgMRC's new contributing writers, an effort to expand AgMRC's national reach on value-added agricultural topics.
Kimberly ...
www.agmrc.org [cached]
Kimberly Morgan
Kim joined the Agricultural Economics department in July of 2008. Prior to moving to Starkville, she was an Economic Analyst at the Florida Agricultural Market Research Center from 2000-2008. In the '90s, Kim worked as a veterinary technician and partnered with Arabian horses in regional dressage competitions.
Her primary responsibilities are to develop educational and applied research programs related to the impact of new production technologies, existing and emerging plant pests and pathogens, and environmental programs and regulations on farm-level costs and returns, environmental quality, and rural communities. She has partnered with faculty from several states working in a variety of disciplines to search out alternative production methods and marketing outlets to increase profitability for Southeastern blueberry growers. She works with Dr. Petrolia and other colleagues in the AEC department to analyze the economic impacts of coastal hazards on local communities and public park attendance as a part of the Northern Gulf Institute partnership. Kim serves as a co-advisor for the National Agri-Marketing Association club and competition team.
Mississippi Health Advocacy Program : Issues : Food Policy Council
mhap.org, 7 Aug 2011 [cached]
Kimberly Morgan, Mississippi State University
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