Administration: Budget, Personnel, Affirmative Action, Promotion and Tenure, Space, Miller Lecture Series, Computation Advisory Committee, Online and Distance Education, Study Abroad, and International Students and Scholars.
Arne Hallam is a Professor of Economics at Iowa State and has served as Associate Dean for Finance and Operations since 2009. He received his B.S. in agricultural economics from Brigham Young University (1977), and M.S. (1980) and PhD (1983) degrees in agricultural and resource economics from the University of California, Berkeley.
He joined the faculty of the economics department at Iowa State University in 1983. He served as chair of the Department of Economics from 2000-2009. He has been Associate Dean in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences since 2009. Dr. Hallam has served as major professor for 26 graduate students as a committee member for more then 100 additional students. He has taught 24 different courses since leaving graduate school including courses in economic theory, mathematical economics, agricultural economics, industrial organization, agricultural ethics, and global sustainability.
Dr. Hallam's research relates to the economics of agriculture, resources, the environment, energy, economies of size and scale, risk and uncertainty, and sustainability. In the college office, Arne works with budget and planning, promotion and tenure, human resources, space, information technology, online education, international programs, and course availability.
Contact for questions about:
- Budget Approvals
- Course Availability – Budget and Personnel
- Funding for Lectures, Conferences
- Information Technology
- International Programs
- LASCAC LAS Computer – Proposals
- Online and Distance Education
- Promotion and Tenure Policies
- Space and Facilities
- Sustainability and Green Initiatives