Genetic Puzzle-Solver Wins Early Career Honor
A new research award aids Benjamin Reading in his pursuit of solutions to a problem that has puzzled scientists for generations.
Beghin Named ARE Head
A former professor with NC State University has been appointed head of Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics effective Jan. 1. Dr. John C. Beghin, an economics professor at Iowa State University, will succeed Dr. Charles D. Safley.
Alumna Promotes Change Through Work at El Pueblo
As a community organizer at El Pueblo, a nonprofit organization located in Raleigh, N.C., Martha “Iliana” Santillian-Carrillo works to build positive social change in the Latino community.
The One Who (Almost) Got Away
A junior double-major in poultry science and agricultural education, Susan Jones is now a CALS Ambassador representing the college. And we were one paragraph away from losing her.
Extension Connections, Big Results
There’s a direct connection between Assistant Professor Benjamin Reading’s bass research and the tremendous early success of an Aurora fish hatchery – thanks to Aquaculture Extension Agent Mike Frinsko.
Study Highlights Diversity of Arthropods Found in Homes Across the United States
Researchers used DNA testing and citizen science to create an “atlas” that shows the range and diversity of arthropods found in homes across the continental United States.
The Big Dance
Check out this video for a peek behind the scenes of Bandys High FFA students in action at the North Carolina State Fair, under the leadership of their beloved teacher and CALS grad Shannon Vanhoy.
CALS Names Interim Head of Prestage Poultry Science
Dr. Peter Ferket will serve as the interim head of the Prestage Department of Poultry Science, effective January 1, 2017.
NC State’s Barrangou Receives Canada Gairdner International Award
Dr. Rodolphe Barrangou received the prestigious Canada Gairdner International Award in an Oct. 27 ceremony in Toronto.
Project Explores New Possibilities for Grafted Plants
NC State University-led projects are giving growers more choices when it comes to using grafted tomato and cucurbit plants.