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Jay T Akridge

Office of The Provost 

  • Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs and Diversity

Agricultural Economics 

  • Professor

Awards & Honors

(2006) Purdue University Student Government Excellence in Teaching. Purdue University Student Government.

(2005) 1st Place-Student Marketing Competition. National Agri-Marketing Association.

(2005) Outstanding Agriculture Alumnus Award 2005. Murray State University.

(2004) James and Lois Ackerman Professor of Agricultural Economics. Purdue University.

(2004) Provost Seeds For Success Award. Purdue University Office of the Provost.

(2003) Book of Great Teachers. Purdue University.

(2003) Excellence in College and University Teaching in the Food and Agricultural Sciences - North Central Region. United States Department of Agriculture.

(2003) Who's Who in Agriculture Higher Education.

(2002) Award for Excellence in Distance Learning - Best Credit-Granting Program. Purdue University.

Selected Publications

Akridge, J. (2006). A Visit to the Wizard. 68.

Akridge, J., & Gunderson, M. (2006). Agribusiness Scholarship.

Foltz, J., & Akridge, J. (2006). Employee Evaluations: They Don't Have to Be Painful.

Richardson, J., Ertmer, P., Aagard, H., Newby, T., Swain, P., Campbell, J., & Akridge, J. (2006). Scaffolding Student Learning Through Peer-Rated Online Discussion.

Akridge, J. (2006). Searching for Growth: Demand Innovation. 18-19.

Whipker, L., & Akridge, J. (2005). 2005 Precision Agricultural Services Dealership Survey Results. 57.

Lynch, K., Akridge, J. T., Schaffer, S., & Gray, A. (2005). A Framework for Evaluating Return on Investment in Management Development Programs.

Henderson, J., Dooley, F., Akridge, J. T., & Carerre, A. (2005). Adoption of Internet Strategies by Agribusiness Firms. International Food and Agribusiness Management Review, 8(4), 42-61.

Akridge, J., & Gunderson, M. (2005). Agribusiness Scholarship and its Contributions to Addressing Issues in Food and Agribusiness.

Akridge, J. T., Whipker, L., & Joshua, J. (2005). An Assessment of Opportunities, Challenges, and the Future Role of the U.S. Crop Input Dealer.

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