- PhD in Economics with emphasis in Agribusiness: Kansas State University
- MS in Agricultural Economics and Economics: New Mexico State University
- BS in Agribusiness: New Mexico State University
Dr. Gow-Hogge is responsible for the curriculum development and course delivery of the Agribusiness and Food Systems concentration. Prior to joining the EOU faculty, she was a faculty member with the OSU Agricultural Program at EOU for 12 years and taught courses in marketing, management, finance, international trade, policy, and regulations as it relates to small business and agribusinesses.
Her focus area is commodity and niche marketing and farm business management. She has worked on projects with the “Got Milk” and “Pork the Other White Meat” campaigns and developed the first certified natural beef program in the US. Her PhD dissertation focused on the impacts of regulations on corporate hog farming. She has also looked at rural health care issues and the impacts of tax rates.
Recent research projects have included feasibility analysis and marketing and business plans for various tribes in Oregon as well as conducting an educational needs assessment for the Eastern Oregon Higher Education Center in Hermiston. Current research interests include student preferences, experiences, and access to technology.
BA 312 Principles of Marketing
BA 321 Principles of Management
BA 410 Agribusiness Courses