Mark Your Calendar for Wolfpack Welcome Week
Get the NC State Guides app and mark your calendars for these fun activities to start the new school year.
Update on College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Dean Search
Through extensive conversations with the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences nomination committee, as well as internal and external stakeholders, it has been determined that the search for the college’s next dean will be relaunched this fall.
CALS Offers Ag Science Undergraduate Degree Fully Online
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences is now giving students the option to start and complete their bachelor’s degree in agricultural science completely online. The goal of the online program is to meet the needs of future CALS students.
NC State CALS Moves Up in World Rankings
NC State’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences was recently named No. 22 in the QS World University rankings, thanks in part to an intentional focus on interdisciplinary collaboration, diversity and excellence.
Prep for Success
Ten sustainability-related activities to prepare for a successful year at NC State.
AEHS 543 – Parenting Education Tool
The Agricultural and Human Sciences department would like to introduce a new monthly blog called The Student Narrative. This blog will display assignments from courses offered within the department that are completed by students. In the May blog post, we […]
Gonzalez Recognized as CALS Outstanding Graduate Instructor
Maru Gonzalez, YFCS faculty member and extension specialist, was recently recognized with the CALS Outstanding Graduate Instructor award for the 2021-2022 academic year.
The Gift of a Student’s Trust
Monica Osburn is executive director of the Counseling Center, where thousands of students turn each year to find help with anxiety, depression and other problems.
Morgan Recognized as CALS Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Assistant
Mary Kate Morgan, a recent MS AEE graduate, was recently recognized as CALS Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Assistant for teaching AEE 226.
Evaluation Expert Jay Jayaratne on 18 Years – So Far! – at NC State
Our faculty feature for the month of May is on Jay Jay Jayaratne, AEE faculty member and state leader for extension evaluation. He discusses how his research, teaching, and extension work helps make sure that extension education in our state is effective.