Paula E. Faulkner

TitleAssociate Professor

DepartmentAgribusiness, Applied Economics, and Agriscience Education



OfficeCharles H. Moore Ag Research Station
Room: A-21

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Paula E. Faulkner


Ph D: Agricultural Extension and Education, The Pennsylvania State University , 2007

Other: Special Education (Behaviorally and Emotionally Disabled), University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2003

MS: Agricultural Education, North Carolina A&T State University, 1991

BS: Agricultural Technology, North Carolina A&T State University, 1989

Research Interests

Her primary research relates to addressing the needs of under-served populations such as disadvantaged farmers, students with disabilities, women farmers (gender issues) in agricultural sciences. She also explores the needs of agricultural educators related to instructing students with special needs i.e. learning disabilities, gifted and talented. Other research interests: Diversity/multicultural education, experiential learning for undergraduate students i.e. research, internships, study abroad

Recent Publications

Ricketts, John  Lewis, Clarrissa  Faulkner, Paula  (2018).  The Evaluation of Critical Thinking Dispositions in High School Agriculture Teachers.  In Laura Greenhaw  (67,  pp. 16).  Journal of Southern Agricultural Education Research.

Faulkner, Paula  Okafor, Ralph  Brooks, Kayla  Lynch, Patricia  (2016).  Rural and Urban North Carolina Parents' Child Feeding Behaviors.  In Scott Hall,  Thesis  (1,  108,  pp. 30-39).  Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences.

Faulkner, Paula  Owooh, Bismark  Idassi, Joshua  (2014).  Assessment of the Adoption of Agroforestry Practices by Limited-Resource Farmers in North Carolina.  In Debbie Allen,  Thesis  (5,  52,  pp. 9).  Journal of Extension.

Kirby, Andrea  Vincent, Stacy  Deeds, Jacque  Faulkner, Paula  (2014).  The Evaluation of Multicultural Teaching Concerns among Pre service teachers in the South.  In John Rayfield  (1,  55,  pp. 152-166).  Journal of Agricultural Education.