AEAB Affiliated FacultyJerry M. Hawkes
Extension, range management
Jerry Hawkes is an Extension Department Head at Extension Animal Resources at New Mexico State University. Hawkes received his BS in Agricultural Economics and Agricultural Business, MS in Agricultural Economics, and PhD in Range Science all from New Mexico State University.
His areas of expertise are in: farm and ranch business management and computer applications for agriculture. His research interests are: financial diversity in agricultural, production economics as it is related to agriculture, crop and livestock cost and return estimates and applied production economics. Hawkes teaches Agribusiness Management Principles and Life with Microcomputers, Macroeconomic Theory and Microeconomic Theory.
Dr. Hawkes was named Advisor of the Year in 2001, Agricultural and Extension Education Outstanding Advisor in 2002, Teacher of the Year AXED in 2002, and a Gamma Sigma Inductee. He received the 2002 NACTA Teaching Award, the 2002 AXED Club Teaching Award, the 2003 Sam Steel Award, and the 2003 National FFA Award. Hawkes was recognized in Who's Who Among Professors in 2004.