Fell: Coal No Longer King
Authors Harrison Fell and Daniel Kaffine say that natural gas has made coal a more expensive option for powering the grid, pushing it to the margins and leaving it vulnerable to renewable competitors.
Alumni Spotlight: ABM Grad Carl Hollifield
I’ve been at NC State since 1997, and this really is a dream job. I get to come in every day for work at the university, get to make ice cream, and interact with students, faculty and staff. It could not be a better job for me and it is why I have been in the position for 15 years.
Carlson Outstanding Dissertation Awarded to Giguere
Dr. Christopher Scott Giguere was presented with the Carlson Outstanding Dissertation Award on May 4th, 2018.
Beghin and Goodwin on Farm Bill Panel in DC
ARE's Barry Goodwin and John Beghin participated in a panel discussing the 2018 Farm Bill at the American Enterprise Institute on May 3rd.
Van der Hoeven and Branan Team Up for Farm Succession Series
Guido van der Hoeven and Andrew Branan recently completed a series of workshops and educational consults for Green Fields Sandhills, a 501(c)3 with the mission to promote and support agriculture in Lee, Moore and Richmond counties, and supported by organizational partner Sandhills Area Land Trust.
Goodwin Wins Holladay Medal
Barry K. Goodwin received the Alexander Quarles Holladay Medal for Excellence during the annual Celebration of Faculty Excellence on May 1.
Faculty Promoted in ARE
Congratulations are in order for Harrison Fell and Julianne Treme. Fell was awarded tenure and Treme was promoted to Teaching Associate Professor.
Kandilov and Renkow Present at Economics of Infrastructure Workshop
Agricultural and Resource Economics faculty Ivan Kandilov and Mitch Renkow are presenting research at the Economic Returns to Rural Infrastructure Investments held April 10-11, 2018 in Washington, DC.
Economic Perspective: Paying Down Credit Card Debt
Credit card debt is large and growing, and is a major issue for many households.
ARE and CEnREP Welcome New Faculty Members
Eric Edwards and Sara Sutherland will join the ARE faculty in Fall 2018.