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Jose Ulises  Toledo

Dr. Jose Ulises Toledo is a faculty member within the Department of Economics, Finance, and Marketing. His current research interests include the areas of Technology Adoption and Transfer, Innovation Networks, and the Assessment of Innovation’s Economic Impact.
He also serves as the Vice President for Research and Public Service and Dean and Director of Land-Grant Programs at West Virginia State University (WVSU). In this capacity he provides administrative leadership in the areas of Research and Extension. He has also participated with the advancement of intellectual property, technology transfer, and infrastructural improvement associated with his administrative unit. He has worked at WVSU since 2000, where he initially served in the role of Associate Dean for Research and Extension Programs, and Associate Vice President for Administration and Research. Toledo has served on many university committees and is an active member of several professional organizations, including the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities, The 1890 Association of Research Directors, 1890 Association of Extension Administrators, the National Council for Research Administrators and The National Association of International Educators.
Dr. Toledo is a graduate of Universidad Autónoma Chapingo, Mexico, where he completed a degree in Agronomy and Engineering (Agro-industries) in 1991. He continued his graduate studies at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign and earned concurrently the degrees of Master of Science in Plant Biotechnology and Business Administration in 1995. While at the University of Illinois, he also attained a dual doctoral degree in the areas of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences and Business Administration (Strategic Business Management) in 2000.
Jose Ulises
Jose Ulises  Toledo
Professor of Economics, Finance and Marketing and Vice President of R & D
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