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Aug 3, 2022

Changing Narratives Workshop Teaches How to Support Native American Students, Communities

On June 21 and 23, the Department of Agriculture and Human Sciences hosted the “Changing Narratives to Better Support Native American Students and Communities” workshop at Hunt Library for faculty and staff. 

Dec 10, 2021

NC State Leads Raleigh Effort to Meet Students’ Basic Needs

In response to alarming rates of food and housing insecurity among college students, NC State is joining forces with the city of Raleigh and other area institutions to develop systems-level solutions. The effort is sponsored by the National League of Cities. 

Dec 1, 2021

How to Produce a Grand Champion Christmas Tree

Over the years, the White House has selected a North Carolina Fraser fir for its annual Christmas Tree. But what does it take to produce a Grand Champion Christmas Tree? The secret comes from NC State. 

Chelsea Locklear

Nov 15, 2021

Meet the Artist: Chelsea Locklear

By Lea Hart November is a month of celebration of the beauty of Indigenous cultures. Poole College of Management takes this month to recognize the tremendous positive significance Native people have made in this country, but also to remember the horror of past and current mistreatment of Native communities who continue to fight for recognition,… 

Sep 8, 2021

As Part of the Pack, You’re Never Alone

For Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, NC State Counseling and Prevention Services is identifying some of the risk factors for suicide and pointing community members to resources that can help.  

Howling Cow Egg Nog

Dec 11, 2020

CALS’ Quick Guide for the Holidays

During the holidays, spending time with family and friends always gets us in a festive spirit. While the COVID-19 pandemic has changed our plans this year, it doesn’t mean we can’t… 

Trick-Or-Treating-During-Covid

Sep 28, 2020

Should I Send My Kids Trick-Or-Treating This Year?

The kids are begging to partake in one of their favorite holiday traditions of the year - trick-or-treating! But we are still deep in the global pandemic. So do we skip the door-to-door candy festivities this year or is there a safe way to trick-or-treat? Dr. Benjamin Chapman, a professor and food safety extension specialist provides recommendations. 

A family playing a board game together

Mar 22, 2020

Combating Stress and Anxiety in Family Life

While stress is the new norm, NC State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences professor Kimberly Allen shares ways in which we can reduce stress and anxiety. 

African American family in park

Dec 18, 2019

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. 

Nov 25, 2019

Agriscience Fuels Lab Training for HS Teachers

Agriscience Fuels Lab Training for HS Teachers