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Oct 14, 2021

Support Your Favorite Charity Through SECC

This year’s State Employees Combined Campaign aims to help charities overcome COVID-19 impacts. 

Belltower

Oct 6, 2021

AHS Faculty Publish Research on COVID-19 and Poverty

Annie Hardison-Moody, director of YFCS graduate programs, with colleagues from the Department of Sociology at NC State and the University of British Columbia, were recently published in the journal Socius. 

Sep 23, 2021

How the Pandemic Has Triggered a Cycle of Mental Health Struggles and Physical Inactivity

This cyclical public health problem has hit lower-income households particularly hard. 

Sep 21, 2021

Help Feed the Pack

The Feed the Pack food pantry has recently seen a decline in food donations and would like to encourage the NC State community to help replenish its shelves. In the month of August, the pantry distributed 9,263 pounds of food over 657 visits. 

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… 

Jun 23, 2021

YFCS Alumni Survey Highlights Strong Alignment with Career and Online Learning Goals

In the June Youth, Family, and Community Sciences blog, Associate Professor Annie Hardison-Moody shares results of the YFCS alumni survey highlighting strong alignment with career and online learning goals. 

May 19, 2021

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. 

Young men digging and filling a wheelbarrow

Dec 22, 2020

Giving Back: Kamal Bell and Sankofa Farms

Kamal Bell isn’t your stereotypical North Carolina farmer, and his Orange County farm isn’t your everyday farm. There, he’s not just farming, he’s also teaching — and doing both in ways aimed at raising the quality of life for people in his nearby hometown of Durham. 

Oct 26, 2020

USDA to Fund NC State-Led Group on COVID-19 Food Safety

NC State experts are leading a national team that will study and share recommendations on preventing transmission of the novel coronavirus at every stage of food production. 

A young Black male student in a classroom

Jul 17, 2020

Deconstructing Early Childhood Racism and Inequity

Youth, Family, and Community Sciences (YFCS) is one of the less well-known degree programs at NC State, but the research and outreach it provides is invaluable. Ebonyse Mead, both a former student and lecturer of the program, has had an impactful tenure in advocating for disadvantaged children.