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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Desiree Mallon Receives CALS Award for Excellence
Desiree Mallon, Student Services Specialist and Graduate Services Coordinator for the Department of Agriculture and Human Sciences, was recently awarded the CALS Award for Excellence.
“A Vastly Rewarding Experience”: Joseph Donaldson’s Career-Long Commitment to Excellence in Extension Education
AEE Professor and Director of Graduate Programs, Joseph Donaldson, discusses his passion for extension education and mentoring agricultural and extension students.
AHS Faculty Member Gonzalez Wins Equity for Women Award
Dr. Maru Gonzalez, along with colleagues Becca Zuvich and Chris Genwright from CALS Human Resources, were awarded a Group Recipient Award as part of the Equity for Women Awards celebration.
#WhyIChoseEducation: ‘My Thing Has Always Been Helping Kids and Helping Adults Help Kids,’ Says Autumn Guin ’20PHD
“I feel like I grew up in Poe Hall.” That’s how Autumn Guin ’20PHD describes her time spent as a student at NC State University—and for good reason. Between earning her…
AHS Welcomes, Awards, Recognitions, and Farewells
We're welcoming new staff members and recognizing and congratulating all who received awards and nominations for the work they contributed to the university, college and department.