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.
Student Spotlight: Rachel Walter
Rachel Walter's summer 2019 internship was a great experience that has poised her for greater positions of responsibility in the future.
NE NC Agribusiness Student Tour – Hemp, Peanuts, and Cotton
AGI students traveled to Roanoke Rapids, Warrenton, and Seaboard for their field trip this year.
Distinguished and Outstanding Alumni Honored
ARE's Outstanding Alumni for 2019 is Ashok Mishra of the University of Arizona. Adam Lytch, operations manager for L&M Farms in Florida, is the recipient of the 2019 Outstanding Young Alumni Award.
Meet our Junior and Senior Ambassadors
Our student ambassadors are actively engaged in student recruitment and special projects that add value to the student experience.
Local Farm Credit Scholarships for ABM Students
The Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics is very fortunate and appreciative for the strong support that our majors in Agricultural Business Management receive from Farm Credit.
Class Trip to the Port of Wilmington – A Student’s Perspective
During the spring semester, ARE instructor Kathryn Boys headed east with her international trade class. One student, Loni Askew, tells us what they saw and what they learned.
ARE Establishes PackTrac Partnership with Robeson Community College
We hear from many of our students, “It’s not important where you start, but where you finish,” and our transfer students finish strong – often out-performing many of our traditional 4-year students.
Norway and Sweden Study Abroad: The Highlights
The Maymester study abroad students returned with a unique set of experiences and a new awareness of Scandinavian aquaculture and agribusiness practices.
A Day In The Life: Graduate with Harrison Walker
Harrison Walker (and his buddy Nick) take you along for their graduation: the sea of red caps, the pre-ceremony dance party – and a surprise cameo from Chancellor Randy Woodson.