Researchers Capture the Beauty of Our Weird, Wonderful World
Winners of the 2022 Envisioning Research contest, which included faculty, staff and students from CALS, help us understand, and appreciate, our world.
Johnna Brooks Receives National Fisheries Fellowship
Congratulations to Johnna for earning her spot as one of seven new NMFS-Sea Grant Joint Fellows.
Convocation Kicks off 2022 Academic Year
NC State’s largest, most diverse first-year class started their higher education journey following Convocation this weekend.
Meet the Pack’s Record-Breaking Class: By the Numbers
The largest and most diverse first-year class in the university’s history joins NC State this fall. Take a look at the class of 2026 by the numbers.
Spotting the Spotted Lanternfly
As we head into harvest season for grapes, North Carolina vineyards are on the lookout for a particularly unwanted guest—the spotted lanternfly. Learn how to spot and report this pest in this episode of Farms, Food and You.
Study Pinpoints ‘Win-Win’ Solutions to Protect Human Health and Conserve Ecosystems
Research examines academic literature to find 46 interventions that would simultaneously benefit humans and the environment.
My Science Communication Summer at NC State
This guest post by Morgan Chavis details her summer science communication experience with SE-CASC and Applied Ecology.
Greg Cope Named American Fisheries Society Fellow
Greg has been an AFS member since 1985 and has served in several roles during his tenure. Congratulations, Greg!
A Snakey Situation
This guest post by visiting science communication Morgan Chavis details some of the parasite work being conducted by Alex Nelson.
Racing Towards Tomorrow
Elsa Youngsteadt is featured in the latest CALS Magazine.