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Peyton Tipton wearing her NC State undergraduate regalia

Celebrating Our Graduates

Peyton Tipton came to NC State for a degree in biology and quickly discovered her passion for poultry science. Upon graduation, the CALS graduate will work toward a Master of Physiology.

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$1.5B

Our agricultural research has a massive economic impact on rural North Carolina.

27-to-1

ROI: NC State Extension’s work helps fuel the N.C. economy by delivering solutions directly into the hands of the state’s citizens.

95%

Nearly all CALS students with high-need degrees graduate with jobs that have salaries well above the state’s median income.

CALS in the News

Cicadas are showing up in North Carolina but you’ll have to travel west to witness the phenomenon, says Clyde Sorenson, professor of entomology. When could we get the full effect? Sorenson says we’ll have to wait a few years.

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cicada on a leaf

A Leading Advocate

Master’s student Coleman Simpson drew on his leadership skills and agricultural education to write a grant that provides counseling services for CALS students. We highlight him in the latest CALS Magazine.

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Coleman Simpson