Stories From Apr 2022

Apr 29, 2022

AEHS 557 – Personal Philosophy of Volunteer Management Statement

In the April post of The Student Narrative blog, we will display an assignment from AEE Undergraduate Student Grace Baucom from the AEHS 557 course. The assignment focused on creating a personal philosophy for volunteer management.

Apr 28, 2022

Chrissy Haynes ‘07 ‘19 Serves Her Community as Montgomery County Extension Director

Chrissy Haynes, a YFCS alumni, discusses her path from intern to county director within cooperative extension over the course of 15 years.

Apr 26, 2022

AEE Graduate Student Wins NC State GSA Teaching Award

Mary Kate Morgan, an AEE graduate student, was recognized with the NC State Graduate Student Association's Teaching Award.

Apr 22, 2022

AHS Student Earns NC Environmental Education Certification

Grace Baucom, an AHS undergraduate student, was recently awarded the NC Environmental Education Certification.

Apr 21, 2022

AHS Student Wins Mathews Medal

Taleek Harlee, a senior majoring in agricultural education, was awarded the Mathews Medal, one of the most prestigious awards at NC State University.

Apr 20, 2022

Three AHS Department Members Receive NACTA Awards

Three members of the Agricultural and Human Sciences department have been recognized for their excellence in teaching by North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture.

Apr 19, 2022

Four Helpful Tips to Reduce Food Waste

Up to 40% of the food grown, prepared or sold in the United States is wasted.

Apr 18, 2022

Helping Students, Helping Families: A Conversation with Annie Hardison-Moody

YFCS Professor and Director of Graduate Programs, Annie Hardison-Moody, discusses her path to becoming a tenure track faculty member and provides advice for graduate students.

Apr 8, 2022

AHS Student Places Second at Graduate Student Research Symposium

AHS Student, Savannah Currens, placed second in the education category at the 15th annual NC State Graduate Student Research Symposium.

Apr 7, 2022

Lucas Seijo on Internships, Oaks Leadership Scholars Program, and Future Plans

Senior AHS student, Lucas Seijo, discusses his passion for agricultural and politics and how they became a double major and a future goal.