AEE Faculty Members Publish Research on Students within an Agriculture Baccalaureate Access Program
Dr. Barbara Kirby, Dr. Travis Park and Dr. Wendy Warner, AEE Faculty Members, with a colleague from Wake County Public Schools were recently published in the journal NACTA.
AEE Faculty and Doctoral Student Publish Research on Underrepresented Students
Dr. Joy Morgan and Dr. Wendy Warner, AEE Faculty Members, with an AEE doctoral student were recently published in the journal JAE.
AEE Faculty Member Publish Research on the Challenges of Extension Educators
Dr. Koralalage Jayaratne, AEE Faculty Member, with colleagues from the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service and the University of Tennessee at Knoxville were recently published in the journal MDPI.
AHS Faculty Publish Research on COVID-19 and Poverty
Dr. Annie Hardison-Moody, Director of Graduate Programs for YFCS, with colleagues from the Department of Sociology at NC State and the University of British Columbia were recently published in the journal Socius.
Globally Recognized Agricultural Leader to Become First PSI Director
Adrian Percy, one of the world’s top leaders in the field of agriculture, is set to become the first executive director of the North Carolina Plant Sciences Initiative: a world-class research and innovation effort that is poised to solve some of the world’s grandest agricultural issues and advance the state’s economy. The initiative’s home, the Plant Sciences Building, is under construction on NC State’s Centennial Campus, thanks to the support of donors and a statewide bond referendum.
Student Enriches Family Life Through Research
Parenting plays a significant role in the health and growth of a family. Parenting is not as easy as it seems and multiple factors can inhibit the normalcy and strong relationships within a household.
Alumni Survey Highlights Strong Alignment with Career and Online Learning Goals
A team from Agricultural Human Sciences developed an alumni survey that aimed to understand whether and how Youth, Family, and Community Sciences (YFCS) graduates used concepts learned in the YFCS program in their current jobs.
Food Safety for the Holidays
It’s after the big meal that you’ll face some of the biggest questions, like “Can I nap right away?” and “How long can the turkey and fixin’s sit out safely?” Ben Chapman spent his November and December dishing out safety tips for holiday cooking.
Making Progress: Social and Economic Self-Sufficiency
The Middle Class Express program (MCE) is working hard to help county citizens make progress toward economic and social self-sufficiency that ensures access to employment, educational and financial development opportunities, and other health and human service resources. Find out how 2 YFCS graduate students were involved in this effort.
EFNEP Success Story
Collaboration is key for NC State's EFNEP and SNAP-Ed Health programs and both groups have made great strides in identifying ways in which they can work together to improve the health of North Carolina's limited resource families.