Utah State University
Augustina is a doctoral student of the Applied Economics Department at Utah State University, with an emphasis in Natural Resource Economics. She received her bachelor's degree in Economics from the University of Ghana, Legon, where she served as a research and teaching assistant following her undergraduate career. Augustina held positions as a vice-presidential doctoral research fellow and as a departmental graduate research assistant at Utah State University prior to her current position as an iUTAH EPSCoR graduate research fellow. Her research interests include modeling the impact of social and natural uncertainty on economic behavior relating to the management and use of natural resources, which she has explored greatly working with her supervisor, Dr. Charles Sims.
iUTAH Team Memberships:
Graduate Research Assistant, RFA3