Musser Turfgrass Award Winner Takes All
Ph.D. graduate student Cameron Stephens received the prestigious 2021 Musser Foundation Award of Excellence for his commitment to turfgrass science and his research on the golf course disease take-all root rot.
Maggie Short: NC State Provides Vast Opportunities
A vast array of opportunities, including receiving merit-based scholarships, led Maggie Short to NC State.
Preserving the Future
Carroll McLawhorn, a 1964 graduate of NC State’s Agricultural Institute, hopes to preserve the future of agriculture by giving back to a program that gave him so much.
Sullivan Farm: Allies in Agricultural Gains
Jay and Jarman Sullivan tend over 800 acres of corn, wheat, and soybeans- just the two of them. They are able to manage at this scale because of an intense focus on farm efficiency and crop variety research.
Farm-Level Study Shows Rising Temperatures Hurt Rice Yields
Long-term study in the Philippines tracks the effects of warming temperatures on yields of a staple crop – rice.
What Does An Environmental Soil Scientist Do? [Career Guide]
Soil is a unifying element of our planet and every nation on it. But soil science is a career field that is often overlooked because it’s, well, always underfoot.
Cathy Herring has played a key role in some of the greatest advances in agriculture, helping thousands of experiments—and research careers—slowly progress and take shape on a daily basis. Now, after nearly 40 years of service to NC State’s researchers, Herring says it’s time to step away and give others a chance to take over her…