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Fieldwork in Tanzania leads to finding a second home

Alix (second from left) with her research group in Tanzania.

This past summer—with funding from the ACES Office of International Programs, ACES Education Abroad, and the ACES Academy for Global Engagement—I traveled independently to Morogoro, Tanzania for one month to gather data related to agro-dealer market dynamics for my master’s thesis. Prior to my departure, I analyzed panel data representing a census of agro-dealers in this region that was collected between 2015 and 2020 by Dr. Hope Michelson, Associate Professor in the Department of Agricultural and Consumer Economics, and her collaborators. The results from

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