Study Underscores Lack of Diversity in Stock Photography Sites
Lack of diversity in stock photography makes it more difficult – and expensive – to create effective health education materials.
Carnivore Gut Microbes Offer Insight Into Health of Wild Ecosystems
The work highlights an emerging tool that will allow researchers and wildlife managers to assess the health of wild ecosystems.
Scientists Monitor Emerging Fungal Disease in Snakes
NC State researchers track snake fungal disease in small snakes.
Scientists Track Triangle Deer to Learn How They Deal With Development
NC State researchers are tracking white-tailed deer as they move around cities, suburbs and rural areas in the Triangle.
Search for Deans of the Colleges of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Engineering, and Sciences Underway
Open searches for deans of the Colleges of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Engineering, and Sciences are now underway.
Gut Microbiomes Help Bears With Very Different Diets Reach the Same Size
The study offers insights that will inform wildlife management.
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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.
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.
Mann Family Establishes Wildlife Conservation Scholarship
Abigail Johnson, a graduate of Avery County High School in Newland, N.C., is the first recipient of the Carroll and Dawn Mann Wildlife Conservation Scholarship. Mrs. Mann said the scholarship was intended to take effect upon her death, “but I just couldn’t wait! I wanted to do some good with it now, to honor the memory of my husband, Carroll, and to get to know the recipient while I was still around.”