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NC State Memorial bell tower over an evening sky.

Mar 11, 2022

#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. 

Copper wolves stand by the walkway to Stafford Commons and Talley Student Center. Photo by Becky Kirkland.

Feb 22, 2022

AEE 523 – What I Believe: Post-class

In the February post of The Student Narrative blog, we will display an assignment from AEE Graduate Student Nathan Rowe from the AEE 523: Leadership Development in Agriculture and Life Sciences course. 

Hands typing on a laptop

Jan 25, 2022

AEHS 510 – Knowledge and Theoretical Framework within Your Internship

In the January post of The Student Narrative blog, we will display an assignment from YFCS Graduate Student Shironda Brown from the AEHS 510 course. 

A field of corn crops

Jan 4, 2022

AHS January Blog: The Importance of Advocating for Agriculture

In the January 2022 AHS blog post, agricultural science student Sarah White discusses the importance of advocating for agriculture and sharing your ag story. 

sunset in rural North Carolina.

Nov 18, 2021

YFCS 553 – Socio-economic issues of rural NC youth: Why do they matter?

In November's The Student Narrative blog, YFCS graduate students Angelena Castro, Kimberley Cheatham and Allison Matthews present their assignment from YFCS 553, which focuses on rural, socio-economic issues of youth in North Carolina. 

Student with graduate advisor at graduation. Gray and Andrew

Aug 25, 2021

YFCS August Blog: How to Determine If Pursuing a Master’s Degree in YFCS is Right For You

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. In the… 

Dr. Carolyn Dunn headshot

Jun 1, 2021

Carolyn Dunn Reflects on Time at NC State, Leadership and What’s Next

As AHS department head since 2014, Carolyn Dunn says that the most rewarding aspect of leading the department has been the ability to help faculty figure things out. 

Apr 1, 2021

2020 Annual Report

The Department of Agricultural and Human Sciences 2020 Annual Report summarizes all the major accomplishments, contributions and hard work of our AHS departmental faculty, students and staff. 

Mar 26, 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. 

steel wolf on campus

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.