Stories From Jul 2018
Economic Perspective: The Fed’s Interest Rate Hike
How does the recent hike in the interest rate play into the mission of the Federal Reserve, and what potential outcomes from the move exist?
Video Profile: Reggie Strickland
Seventh-generation farmer Reggie Strickland says that NC State invested in him, and he's happy to give back in any way he can - especially by helping students.
ARE Road Trip Down East
ARE students, faculty, staff and other ag-vocates boarded a bus bright and early on Tuesday, June 26th to visit three farming operations in Columbia, NC, located in Tyrrell County in the Northeastern area of the state.
You Decide: Is There a New Debate Over Capitalism Vs. Socialism?
The way a country shapes it's economy molds it's future. What are the pros and cons of different economies, and what impacts can they have?
AgPack Strong: A Family Affair
Jeremiah is an AGI alum and Jessica majored in poultry science and minored in agribusiness management and animal science.
Take a Farm Tour with Ag Institute Alumni James Sharp
James Sharp is an Ag Institute grad in Agribusiness Management and owner of Fresh-Pik Produce. Check out where a Think and Do attitude led him.
Economic Perspective: Will Kids Earn More Than Their Parents?
A staple of the American dream was that the next generation would earn more than their parents, but does that adage still ring true?
Grennes: There’s No Way to Win a Trade War
There are no signs of an end to this tariff war. When will both sides recognize that interfering with voluntary trade is harmful to both parties? Trade wars are lose-lose propositions.
Student Spotlight: Katelyn Honeycutt
Double-majoring in Ag Education and Ag Business Management during the school year and interning this summer at AgCarolina Farm Credit this summer - Katelyn Honeycutt is doing great things!
Student Spotlight: Courtney Thornton
ABM major Courtney Thornton shares details about her internship experience at AgCarolina Farm Credit.