WyCEHG Scientist uses geophysics to construct climate history

From a young age, Dr. Bryan Shuman was drawn to understanding the way the natural world works. That fascination took him from his native northeast to Colorado College for undergrad, Brown University for grad school, the University of Oregon for a postdoc, the University of Minnesota for his first faculty position, and finally to UW. (more…)

Experimental Economics

At 3 o’clock on a Wednesday afternoon, eight student participants take their seats in an economics laboratory on the second floor of the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources building. The Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics may seem like an unlikely host for an experimental economics facility, although the data generated here are used in research covering a surprising diversity of topics. (more…)