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Dr. Lowell Catlett


Dr. Lowell Catlett Lowell Catlett is a nationally known speaker on social trends and technology changes. He recently addressed the 1996 U.S. Agricultural Communicators' Congress in Washington, D.C. and the ACE97 West conference in Las Cruces, NM.

Dr. Lowell Catlett is currently a Professor in the Agricultural Economics and Agricultural Business Department at New Mexico State University. He teaches and conducts research in the areas of marketing, policy, futures markets, management and futuristic issues.

Dr. Catlett has received many awards for excellence in teaching. He has received the Don Roush Award for excellence in Teaching twice and was the Outstanding University Teaching. Lowell also received the College of Agriculture and Home Economics Advisor of the year as well as teacher of the year.

Dr. Catlett is co-author with James D. Libbin of three textbooks - Farm and Ranch Financial Management, Cash Flow Management, and Investing In Futures And Options Markets.

Dr. Catlett is a consultant to private industry, national associations and organizations, the U. S. Department of Agriculture, Interior, Defense and Labor. He works with many of the Fortune 500 companies doing futuristic planning to prepare them for emerging new markets, structures, and changes.

Dr. Catlett holds workshops, seminars and speaks on the topics of economics, economic forecasting, Marketing and Finance for most major industries.

His most sought after topics include:

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