Benjamin Gladstone Gray

TitleProfessor

DepartmentAgribusiness, Applied Economics, and Agriscience Education

Phone336-285-4729

Fax336-334-7658

Emailgrayb@ncat.edu

OfficeCharles H. Moore Ag Research Building
Room: A-27

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Benjamin	Gladstone Gray

Education

Ph D: Rural Sociology, North Carolina State University, 2000

MS: Rural Sociology, North Carolina State University, 1994

MS: Agriculture Economics, North Carolina A&T State Unviersity, 1988

BS: Agricultural Business, North Carolina A & T State University, 1986


Research Interests

Rural Health Community Leadership Food Deserts and community health/nutrition


Recent Publications

Thomas, Terrence  Miran, Bulent  Gray, Benjamin  (2011).  “Farmers’ preferences for cooperative services in the aegean region of Turkey..  (2,  27,  pp. 19-27).  Journal of Extension Systems.

Thomas, Terrence  Faulkner, Paula  Gray, Benjamin  (2009).  “New Skill for a New Era: Ideas for Preparing Professionals for Service in 21st Century Agriculture.” .  In Zaid Al-Shammari  (1,  4,  pp. 34-46).  International Journal of Applied Educational Studies.

Thomas, Terrence  Yeboah, Osei-Agyemang  Bukenya, J  Gray, Benjamin  Boadu, Victor  (2007).  Accounting for Socio-Cultural Factors in Designing Sustainable Agricultural Production Systems.  (1,  3,  pp. 127-139).  Journal of Environmental Monitoring and Restoration.

Thomas, Terrence  Gray, Benjamin  (2006).  Evaluating the Pecan and Sweet Potato Pilot Insurance Program: A Case Study in the Application of Utilization-Focused Client-Based Methodology.”.  (1,  21,  pp. 37-54).  Southern Rural Sociology.