• News,  Updates

    Julia Harrison Announced as 2020 Editor in Chief

    Julia Harrison, a rising junior in environmental engineering, will be the editor-in-chief of the 118th edition of the Agromeck. She is very excited about taking on this role and can’t wait to start working on the 2020 Agromeck! “I love being a part of Agromeck. I love the fun but productive atmosphere of our work.  I also love the people I get to work alongside!  I’m super excited to contribute ideas and lead as editor-in-chief.  In the coming year I hope to create a book that highlights the experience of NC State’s students and what they care about in order to provide them with a time capsule of their 2019-2020…

  • Spread of the Deadline

    Spread of the Deadline | Study Abroad

      With another deadline finished and sent off to print, comes another sneak peak into the 2019 Agromeck. The chosen spread of this deadline features students recapping on their experiences while living across the globe. Design editor Julia Harrison suggested this Study Abroad feature because of the different experiences that students can have from the program. Visually, Harrison likes the added touch of the world map to the spread design. The map background connects the images submitted by students to their locations on the globe, making the spread more informative, Harrison says. To order your 2019 Agromeck, click here.

  • Photo of the Week

    Video of the Week | May 21-25

    When our leadership staff traveled to Bald Head Island for our leadership retreat given to us by Balfour, our adviser Martha Collins strongly encouraged Photo Editor Kaydee Gawlik to start experimenting with video for our social media and our website. Gawlik did just that, and created this short clip displaying what really goes on behind the scenes with the Agromeck staff: hard work and a little bit of chaos.

  • On Assignment

    On Assignment | Leadership Retreat

    This past week the 2018-2019 Agromeck leadership staff took a trip to Bald Head Island, North Carolina to partake in our annual leadership retreat. The staff spent four days on the island, courtesy of our book publisher, Balfour, building team bonds, brainstorming ideas for the next book, and sharpening our skills in our weaker areas in order to return to Raleigh stronger than we left it. Martha Collins, the Agromeck adviser, led the new leadership staff through a series of activities, including simple getting-to-know-you questions and a critique of the previous year’s book. She also facilitated a discussion about what makes a good leader and how we will lead the…