Scott Rozelle of Stanford University will lead the Filley-Garey Seminar at 3 p.m., March 9 in the Hardin Hall auditorium. The agricultural economics lecture, "There is Exactly Enough Time Starting Now: Inequality, Poverty and Malnutrition and the Middle Income Trap in China," is free and open to the public.
Rozell is the Helen F. Farnsworth Senior Fellow and co-director of the Rural Education Action Program in Stanford's Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies.
The Filley-Garey Seminar is named in honor of Clyde Filley and L.F. Garey.
Filley was a career educator who held a University of Nebraska faculty post from 1911 to 1949, teaching farm management, marketing and policy in the Department of Farm Management. Filley Hall was dedicated in his honor on June 2, 1972.
Garey joined the NU faculty in 1935 and was a faculty member until his death in 1940. As a part of the Farm Record Project, he studied types of farming in Nebraska and suggested farm organization by type of farming areas.
More details at: http://go.unl.edu/ujb