Stories From 2017
AgPack Strong: Steve Valencsin Helps Farmers Put Data, Tech to Work
An agricultural entrepreneur and graduate of NC State’s Agricultural Institute recently made Forbes’ annual 30 Under 30 list for enterprise technology.
Undergrads Excel in Extraordinary Crop Science Research Posters
“What we did was to empower our students in ways that support their desire to strengthen our world in healthy ways, in ways that are important to them and their families—and to all of us.”
A Perfect Pairing
NC State Dining and Agroecology Education Farm work together to bring fresh, local food to the university’s dining halls.
Registration Open: Event For Young Women In Agriculture
A national event for young women interested in agriculture careers is coming to campus.
Fall 2017 Graduation Exercises Scheduled
The Department of Crop and Soil Sciences Fall Graduation Exercises will be held December 15, 2017.
Congratulations to Martín Sarinelli
Martín was the first graduate student in the 17 year history of the US Wheat and Barley Scab Forum to present an invited Plenary Session talk in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on Tuesday.
Meet Amanda Hulse-Kemp
“There’s a breadth of information across this department and I look forward to many collaborations. Our department has the ability to look at the total setting, the whole big picture.”
Tristan Morris Continues Family Tradition of Agricultural Achievement
“Soil health is an area I’d like to see improved in this state, and to know as much as I can about the soil, and how we can improve that: with healthy soils, then we’ll have healthy crops.”
Angie Barefoot Awarded “Pride of the Wolfpack”
“These are some good students, and I do what I do for them. I work for the students.”
Professor Emeritus Doug Gross Fulfills Dream, Parachutes For First Time at 93
93-year-old Doug Gross, professor emeritus and a World War ll veteran, parachuted for the first time on Nov. 11, 2017. His timing was perfect for Veteran's Day.