Coit and Feitshans Publish “Food Systems Law: In Introduction for Non-Lawyers”
The text provides perspective and background regarding the legal body surrounding food systems law in the United States.
Alumni Spotlight: Shuyang Wang
Shuyang's advice for PhD candidates: "Enjoy every moment of your PhD life. It might not be easy but it will be worth it."
Balancing the Budget: Students as Policymakers
Students were given an hour to walk a mile in a Congressperson's shoes.
Making the World a Classroom
Students stepped out of the classroom and into the lab.
Read the story of two outstanding Ag. Institute '19 grads who will graduate with a total of 5 combined CALS Associates degrees. Each grad will receive an Associates in Agricultural Business Management.
New Publication: Valuing Buyer and Contract Characteristics
Findings from this study can benefit researchers and Cooperative Extension personnel who help to inform market development strategies for small scale specialty crop farmers.
Hendrickson Completes Reflective Educational Design Program
Melissa Hendrickson is a Lecturer and Coordinator of the Associates Degree Program in Agribusiness Management in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics.
Congratulations: Treme Selected as a CALS Outstanding Teacher
Julianne has added great value to the ABM undergraduate program by developing new courses and being a leader who advocates for excellence in undergraduate programs.
ARE Food Entrepreneurs
Check out these success stories from an ABM alumni and an Agribusiness Entrepreneurship student.
NE NC Agribusiness Student Tour – Hemp, Peanuts, and Cotton
AGI students traveled to Roanoke Rapids, Warrenton, and Seaboard for their field trip this year.