Discovering NC Dairy and Busting Milk Myths
Read about growing opportunities for interactive education about the dairy industry.
Economic Perspective: Perspectives on the Gig Economy
Technology helped usher in the new gig economy, but how much does that account for in the actual job market and how what are the pros and cons it?
ABM Students Attend AFA Conference in MO
John Andrews, Joey Mitchell, and Randi Gerwatosky represented ARE's Agricultural Business Management undergraduate program at the Agricultural Future of America (AFA) Conference from November 1st thought November 4th in Kansas City, Missouri.
NCCE Conference 2018: Worskshop for Farm Business Economics
Agricultural and Resource Economics area experts gave a presentation on business economics on November 14th, 2018 at the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Conference.
The Power of Giving: Victoria Patterson
College is stressful, but ABM student Victoria Patterson uses cheerleading, intramurals and classes to push forward. See how her active lifestyle is not only easing her mind, but also helping pay for class.
ARE Actively Involved in AgBioFEWS
AgBioFEWS is a National Science Foundation funded graduate research training program offering PhD candidates across multidisciplinary fields of study the opportunity to examine the science, policy, and public engagement aspects and impacts of Agricultural Biotechnology on Food, Energy, and Water. ARE's Zach Brown is co-PI.
EFM Alumni Gather to Discuss Past and Present
Alumni from the 2017 Executive Farm Management Program gathered in Wilson, NC on November 7, 2018 to reminisce on the past and look ahead to the future.
You Decide: Can Small Towns Make a Comeback?
North Carolina used to be a state of small towns, but the state has shifted over the years to large metro areas. Is there a comeback for the small towns looming?
Economic Perspective: Florence’s Impact On Jobs
The areas impacted from Hurricane Florence are still recovering from the storm. How has the storm changed employment, and what does it implicate for the future in the area?