INSTRUCTOR OF ECONOMICS
OFFICE: WB 239
ADDRESS: 1337 Edvalson St Dept 3807, Ogden, UT 84408
CV: Jenny's CV
Jenny Gnagey has worked in the Weber State University Department of Economics since 2014
and is currently a full-time instructor.
Jenny received her Bachelor’s degree in economics from Iowa State University, and her Master
and Ph.D. degrees from Ohio State University in the Department of Agricultural, Environmental,
and Development Economics. She teaches courses in the business statistics sequence as well
as some upper-division economics courses including labor economics. While her primary focus
is on teaching, she has also been involved with a variety of community-based research projects.
Ph.D., Agricultural, environmental, and development economics - Ohio State University, 2014
MA, Economics - Ohio State University, 2012
BS, Economics - Iowa State University, 2008
- 2023 WSU Teaching & Learning Forum Outstanding Adjunct Award
- 2020 Adjunct Faculty Goddard Gratitude Award
Jenny enjoys hiking, cooking, and spending time with her family.
WEB & SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS
PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS
“Benefit Cliffs and Other Challenges in the Utah Public Benefit System.” Prepared for the WSU
Community Research Extension with Katharine French-Fuller (August, 2023).
“Community Renewable Energy Program Survey.” Prepared for WSU Community Research
Extension with Katharine French-Fuller, Cassandra Backman, and Yesenia Quintana (May
“2022 OWCAP Community Needs Assessment.” Prepared for WSU Community Research
Extension with Katharine French-Fuller, Yesenia Quintana, and Cassandra Backman (May
“Policy Responses to Mobile Home Park Closure and Risk of Closure.” Prepared for WSU
Community Research Extension (Dec. 2021).
“Housing Needs Assessment for Ogden and Its East Central Neighborhood.” Prepared for WSU
Community Research Extension (May 2019).
“Ogden Independent Living Standard” Prepared for Cottages of Hope with Daniel Brinkerhof
and Michael Rogers (Aug. 2016)
Updated in 2018, 2020, and 2022