AgPack Strong: On the Path to Success
As he pursues his bachelor’s degree in horticultural science at NC State, Ag Institute grad Donavan Battle says collaboration, communication and hard work are key to success.
Despite Rain, Farm Animal Days Delights
Each spring CALS throws open the barn doors to thousands of area school children, teachers and families for a unique hands-on experience with agriculture.
AgPack Strong: An Unexpected Path to Success
Wesley Wilson never imagined he’d be president of a company by age 29. Find out how CALS helped guide him toward a career he loves.
Student Spotlight: Five Questions with Brock Deatherage
Baseball season — that beloved harbinger of spring — is in full swing, and CALS student Brock Deatherage is front and center for the Wolfpack.
Kathariou Elected to American Academy of Microbiology
Sophia Kathariou, NC State professor of food science and microbiology, has been named a fellow of the American Academy of Microbiology.
Faculty Focus: 45 Years and Going Strong
Labin “L.T.” Woodlief Jr. has worked for NC State University for 45 years. And he’s eyeing the big 5-0. Woodlief is a research specialist in the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering.
Students Soar in Multicultural Scholars Program
A unique scholarship program provides opportunities for outstanding students from groups that are traditionally underrepresented in the food and agricultural sciences.
Boyette Wins National Research Impact Award
Mike Boyette, Philip Morris Professor of Biological and Agricultural Engineering, recently received a National Research Impact Award for his career achievements in sweet potato research.
Student Spotlight: Serving Local Communities in Big Ways
Graduate certificate program student Shahnee Haire serves local communities through her work as a regional public health educator and founder of a youth development organization.
Project Aims to Eliminate ‘Ugly’ Sweet Potatoes
Dr. Mike Boyette and grad student Amber Tsirnikas are on a mission to help farmers grow better (more attractive) sweet potatoes. Their efforts could boost the industry in a big way.