Dr. Curtis Jolly has joined in collaboration with the Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs to serve as the Diversity Faculty Mentor. In this role he provides leadership in developing and executing mentoring programs/activities for faculty. His major research responsibilities have been in the areas of International Trade, Economics of Aquaculture, the Effects of Aflatoxin on the marketing of peanuts in Ghana and Benin, the Economics of Soil Conservation and Economic Development.
He has been a graduate advisor for Ph.D. and Master's of Agricultural Economics and Allied Aquaculture and Fisheries students and served on the graduate committees for over 50 students in the Auburn University, College of Agriculture and schools of Human Sciences and Forestry and Wildlife Sciences. He also advises and mentors, on average, 12 undergraduate students per year. He also has been the course master for Agricultural Policy and World Trade, Economics of Aquaculture I&II, and Agricultural Economic Development.
Dr. Jolly can be contacted at
Phone: (334) 844-5613