Margaret Huffman

Sep 30, 2020

Master’s In Economics Virtual Info Sessions

Many master’s degree students enter the job market following graduation and gain employment as consultants, analysts and researchers in private industry and government while others pursue additional graduate work at NC State or other respected universities.

Sep 25, 2020

Overheard: Executive in Residence

Wyatt Richardson met with Agricultural Business Management students via Zoom to share tips for interviewing and other keys to success.

Sep 24, 2020

Student Spotlight: Tucker Huffine

Tucker's story is a great example of how the Agricultural Business Management program helps motivated students achieve success.

Sep 23, 2020

Breaking Down CFAP 2.0

This article explains CFAP payments for livestock, dairy and poultry.

Sep 8, 2020

Webinar Recording Available: Transition at End of NC Industrial Hemp Pilot Program

As North Carolina's pilot program is set to expire, how will hemp growers need to adjust to stay in the business? Listen to ARE Extension's Marne Coit and Paul Adams from the NCDA&CS explain what growers can anticipate.

Sep 8, 2020

Economic Perspective: Vertical Farms

Vertical farms could have an impact on the future of agriculture. What do they look like, and what considerations come with implementing them?

Sep 7, 2020

DELTA Welcomes 2020-2021 Faculty Fellows

Julianne Treme is one of five new DELTA Faculty Fellows for the 2020-2021 academic year. DELTA’s group of Faculty Fellows are committed to sharing their knowledge of teaching with technology through leading workshops, presenting at conferences and writing articles.

Sep 3, 2020

Climate Change and Outdoor Recreation

Roger von Haefen explains how a changing climate can impact recreational fishing behavior.

Sep 2, 2020

New OCIP Cohort Raises the Bar for Online Education

Andrew Branan is boosting his teaching skills by beginning the Quality Matters certification for ARE 309, Environmental Law and Economic Policy.

Sep 1, 2020

Community Gardens: To Plant Is To Believe

Gary Bullen, who has been working with the Karen Community Garden project, says the goal is to provide difficult to find Asian vegetables as well as provide a supplemental income for the families who work there.