AEE Undergrad, Elizabeth Espino, Expands Skill Set to Support Migrant Farmworkers as Agromedicine Institute Intern
AEE undergraduate student, Elizabeth Espino, hones in on skills she gained as an intern with Agromedicine Institute and uses those skills to support migrant farm workers in her community.
Haynes-Maslow Tapped for Vaccine Education Program
A CALS associate professor will help guide market research for a national vaccine education program involving USDA-NIFA, the CDC and the Cooperative Extension System.
YFCS May Blog: Why the Learning Experience is More Important Than Grades
The Youth, Family, and Community Sciences graduate program publishes a monthly blog written by students, alumni and faculty sharing important topics and helpful resources related to the field of family science.
Driven Graduate Student Balances Her Career and Earning Advanced Degree
Molly Crum’s passion for learning inspired her to achieve her master’s degree while balancing her professional life. She shares her experiences in the Youth, Family, and Community Sciences program at NC State.
Graduating with an NC State Online Master’s Degree, Daryl Anderson Brings New Expertise to Full-Time Job
Daryl Anderson, a field crop agent with NC State Cooperative Extension, had the opportunity to pursue his master's degree in 2019. Though nervous about being a student again, he graduates May 14 with a Master of Agricultural and Extension Education.