Rhonda Corman

Rhonda CormanRhonda Corman, Assistant Professor

1297 Candelaria Hall
Department of Economics
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
University of Northern Colorado
Campus Box 101
Greeley, Colorado 80639

(970) 351-1560
(970) 351-4296 (Fax)



  •  Regional Economic Analysis
  •  Regionalization Methodologies
  •  IMPLAN/INSIGHT Impact Modeling Applications
  •  Research Methodological Innovation
  •  Historical Economic Philosophy and Ethics


  •  Regional impact and data analysis (specifically Weld County and Northeastern Colorado)
  •  Agricultural Concerns and Sustainability
  •  Sustainable Development and Environmental Impact
  •  Emergence, chaos, and complexity modeling; agent based modeling
  •  Behavioral and Experimental Economics
  •  Economic environment, significance, and contribution of Black agricultural colonies of the West.
  •  Social vs. Market Norms in Economic Philosophy and Ethics

Corman has been teaching economics since 1993, joining her alma mater department in 1996.  She serves as a community resource consultant working with Upstate Colorado Economic Development and the City of Greeley.  Ms. Corman is a member of Omicron Delta Epsilon and Delta Sigma Pi. 

  • 1991-1993 M.A., Economics, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado
  • 1988-1990 B.A., Economics; Minor, Business Administration, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, Colorado
  • 1986-1988 A.A. Accounting, Northeastern Junior College, Sterling, Colorado