USDA Announces National Teaching Awards; Treme Recognized for the Region
Julianne's hard work and dedication continue to pay off. Her most recent early-career recognition is the 2020 Excellence in College and University Teaching Awards for Food and Agricultural Sciences from the Association of Public and Land Grant Universities.
Student Spotlight: Tim Choi
Tim is a standout Teaching Assistant in the Economics Graduate Program.
New Grant Supports Peanut Farmer Education: Q&A with Program Director
Peanut farmers across the country can receive a $150 tuition credit to the Executive Farm Management Bootcamp in February.
Economic Perspective: A Permanent Loss in the Economy
What are the implications of the pandemic on where the economy could have been, and could be going in the coming years?
Benefits of Renewable Energy Vary From Place to Place
The big takeaway from the study is that the environmental value of renewable energy varies significantly. In other words, one megawatt hour (MWh) of renewable power varies depending on where that power was generated.
Economic Perspective: The Transformation of Inventions
What sort of impact has the shift in the types of inventions over the centuries had on society?
2020 Tobacco Situation & Outlook
Bryant Spivey, Johnston County Extension Director, and Normal Harrell, Wilson County Extension Director, hosted Blake Brown's 2020 tobacco outlook.
Emissions, Transmission, and the Environmental Value of Renewable Energy
A recent study shows that high energy demand can cause congestion which limits the environmental benefit of the wind energy.
You Decide: Can We Begin to Close the Urban/Rural Divide in 2021?
In 2021, could we be on the verge of some major policy, technological and preference changes that would finally begin to close the prosperity gap between urban and rural locations?
Leadership and Internships Make the Difference for CALS Grad-to-Be
Agricultural Business Management grad-to-be Ashling Murphy is set to soar, having held three internships and numerous leadership roles