Stories From Mar 2021

Mar 29, 2021

A Leading Advocate: Master’s Student Coleman Simpson

Master’s student Coleman Simpson drew on his leadership skills and agricultural education to write a grant that provides counseling services for CALS students.

Mar 29, 2021

I AM CALS: Dalton Dockery Wins Public Service Award

Meet the winner of NC State’s 2020 Award of Excellence in Public Service, who’s served as Extension director for Columbus County through hurricanes and racial tension.

Mar 25, 2021

AEE Undergrad Gains Experience Through Internship at RISE for Local Foods

AEE undergraduate student, Sarah White, shares about her experience working as an intern for RISE for Local Foods and next steps after finishing up her junior year at NC State.

Mar 25, 2021

Transfer Student Raina Perez Talks Basketball, Online Learning Amidst COVID

Transfer student Raina Perez shares a bit about playing for the NC State Women’s Basketball team and adjusting to online learning in the YFCS program.

Mar 19, 2021

Save the Date: NC State Day of Giving

Save the Date for the NC State Day of Giving, March 24, 2021.

Mar 17, 2021

AHS Welcomes, Awards, Recognitions and Features

The Department of Agricultural and Human Sciences would like welcome our new faculty members to NC State and to the Department. AHS would also like to recognize and congratulate all those featured, awarded and nominated for various work they have contributed to the university, college and department.

Mar 15, 2021

Regaining What’s Been Lost

At Sankofa Farms, doctoral student Kamal Bell looks to agriculture and to the past to break down educational barriers for young African American men. For the Akan people of Ghana, the word “sankofa” is associated with a symbol: a mythical […]

Mar 10, 2021

YFCS March Blog: Tips for Writing a Personal Statement

In the March YFCS blog post, Graduate Certificate Coordinator Deidra Craig shares tips on how to write an insightful personal statement for the YFCS program that helps your application shine.

Mar 3, 2021

Extension Webinar Series Aims to Educate on Social Justice, Diversity and Inclusion

There is no question that talks of racial justice, diversity, equity, and inclusion have been at the forefront of the national dialogue for quite some time now. How can we build on this shift to deepen the knowledge and skills of Extension professionals?