New Faculty Textbook: Market Interrelationships and Applied Demand Analysis
Mike Wohlgenant's new book addresses the core issues facing economists concerning price determination in commodity markets, especially food and agricultural commodities.
ARE’s Professional Development Pro
As an advisor and teacher, Robin Clements gives students something she passed up in college: the opportunity to identify a job they’ll love and then skillfully pursue it.
Fell Heads North; von Haefen Takes the Helm for CEnREP
Harrison Fell is taking a year to explore a once-in-a-lifetime research opportunity at the Center for Global Energy Policy in New York. Roger von Haefen will take over the interim director duties until a permanent director is identified next year.
Phillips Shines During the Pandemic; Now a University Outstanding Teacher
While most people developed a new pandemic work-wardrobe, Jonathan says he still dressed professionally during the pandemic because he was always on Zoom calls with students. That's just one example out of many of Jonathan's dedication to students.
An Interview with Wally Thurman on his Retirement
Read what Wally has planned for retirement and his reflections on his career at NC State.
CALS Names New Department Head
JunJie Wu will bring his expertise in agricultural and environmental policy and his passion for teaching, research, and extension education to NC State as department head for Agricultural and Resource Economics.
NC Farming and Food: A Look Back and Ahead with Mike Walden
What trends will shape NC's farms and food? As NC State University economist Mike Walden retires, he shares a look back and ahead
Marne Coit Lauded for Teaching of Agriculture in Higher Education
Marne Coit, who has participated in DELTA's OCIP program and received QM certification for her agricultural law class, has been recognized by a prominent national group for her teaching efforts.
Economics Grad Mike Jones Receives Keller Award
Jones will be recognized at the virtual CALS Honors Celebration on April 29, 2021.
N.C. ‘Economic Oracle’ to Retire This Month
Mike Walden is ending his 43-year NC State career, but he's planning to continue to explain complex economics issues and trends in North Carolina and beyond.