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Apr 1, 2022

AHS April Blog: How to Help Young People Understand the Connection Between the Local Foods Systems and Robotics

In the April AHS blog post, YFCS graduate student Crystal Starkes, discusses how to help young people understand the connection between the local foods systems and robotics. 

Mother and son enjoying a healthy meal

Mar 3, 2022

AHS March Blog: National Nutrition Month – EFNEP’s Role in Nutrition Education

In the March blog post, EFNEP Technology and Social Media Extension Associate Megan Halbohm, discusses EFNEP's role in nutrition education for National Nutrition Month. 

NC State Bell-Tower

Feb 2, 2022

AHS February Blog: Flipping the Classroom in AEE

In the February AHS blog post, AEE doctoral student Jodi Riedel, discusses how she flipped her classroom to benefit both her teaching style and her student's ability to learn more efficiently. 

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. 

Dec 3, 2021

YFCS December Blog: How to Manage Your Time More Effectively

In the December YFCS blog post, professor Carolyn Bird highlights the importance of time management for quality work and life experiences. 

People pointing at computer screen

Nov 4, 2021

YFCS November Blog: Preparing and Organizing for Success in Graduate School

In the November YFCS blog post, associate professor Harriet Edwards discusses the importance of organizational skills during your graduate school career. 

A family playing a board game together

Oct 4, 2021

YFCS October Blog: Trauma of COVID and Its Impact on Families

In the October 2021 YFCS blog post, Emily Ragland, founder and owner of communiTEAM LLC, discusses how trauma from the pandemic has affected families. 

Young family of color lookin gat laptop.

Sep 27, 2021

YFCS September Blog: Power Shifted During The Great Resignation

In the September YFCS blog post, graduate certificate coordinator Jessica Williams shares how the pandemic allowed employees to be conscious of their value, but are employers ready to change their policies to keep them? 

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… 

Jul 23, 2021

YFCS July Blog: What it Means to be a Coach

In the July Youth, Family and Community Sciences (YFCS) blog post, Autumn Guin highlights what it means to be a coach, “… I get to help others dream big, grow as a team or family, and really reach for their goals.”