Terry W. Griffin, PhD
An Arkansas native with experience in Illinois, Indiana, and Kansas. Terry specializes in farm management, agricultural economics, digital technology, and farm data. He is married, has three children and a dog, and lives in Kansas.
Ph.D. Agricultural Economics, 2006 Purdue University
M.S. Agricultural Economics, 1999 University of Arkansas
B.S. Agronomy, 1997 University of Arkansas
Terry has been on faculty in the College of Agriculture at Kansas State University since 2015. He conducts an applied research program on cropping systems economics with a focus on agricultural technologies. The majority of his efforts at K-State are dissemination of his research-based findings to agricultural practitioners. He finds his interactions with graduate students have been especially rewarding in sharpening his analytical skills.
Terry's consulting role has taken him around the globe on the speaking circuit, providing expert opinion in legal cases, and developing spatial farm data analysis tools.