We transform challenges into agriculture and life sciences opportunities.
Richard Linton, Dean
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Olympic Medalist Dives Into Physiology at CALS
Diver Nick McCrory nabbed a bronze medal in the 2012 Olympics. Now, he's in the Physiology Program at CALS with his sights on a new goal: medical school.Learn More
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Seven Things You Need to Know to be a Successful CALS Student
Classes have started, and you’re officially a College of Agriculture and Life Sciences student. Here are a few tips to help you rock your first year in CALS.
Students Get Close-Up Look at Carolina Soils and Landscapes
From the shifting sands of the Outer Banks in the east to the high mountain soils of the west, undergraduates from across the United States got an up-close look this summer at North Carolina’s variety of soils and landscapes.
Our Shining Future
A new $45 million grant from the Golden LEAF Foundation makes the Plant Sciences Initiative at NC State a reality — and positions North Carolina as a global leader for education, research and innovation in the plant sciences.
CALS Hiring 21 Faculty
To better prepare our students and serve our clientele, the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences is looking for world-class talent in people who share our values and passion for excellence.
Leading the Way
NC State ag research has a massive economic impact on rural North Carolina.
The Covington sweet potato, developed at NC State, makes up 20% of the global market.
CALS research has generated more than $25 million in licensing revenue since 2011.
Are Your Neighbors Dangerous Pests?
Dr. Michael Reiskind investigates the growth of suburban neighborhoods and how their development effects the species of mosquitos present in the Raleigh area.