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.
YFCS Student Writes Op-Ed on Her Own Immigration Experience
YFCS graduate student, Amma Gatty, writes an op-ed on her own immigration experience.
Donaldson Publishes Research on Professional Competencies Within Extension
AEE faculty member & director of graduate programs, Dr. Joseph Donaldson, has recently been published in the Journal of Human Sciences and Extension.
Jana Hunter: Meet One of Raleigh’s Rising Middle School Agriculture Teachers
Starting in July, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences graduate Jana Hunter will teach two agriculture courses and start the FFA program at the school.
La Toya Hardin ‘22 on Supporting Fellow Veterans Through Family Life Coaching
La Toya Hardin, Army veteran and YFCS Graduate Student, discusses her path from the military to the YFCS graduate program and her focus on veteran mental health support.
Hardison-Moody Publishes Research on How Motherhood Shapes Leisure Activities for Low-Income Families
YFCS faculty member & director of graduate programs, Dr. Annie Hardison-Moody, has recently been published in the Journal of Leisure Activities.