NC State Alumni Take the Field in World Series
The Washington Nationals' beautiful field is courtesy of John Turnour, a 2001 NC State turfgrass graduate. John will be on the largest of sports stages as the Nationals host the World Series for the first time.
Marilyn and Charles Stuber establish the Dr. Charles W. Stuber Sr. and Dr. Marilyn M. Stuber Distinguished Professorship in Plant Breeding
Crop and Soil Sciences Alumnus Norris Tolson Gives Back by Endowing Scholarship
The Tolson family gives back to NC State University by directly assisting CALS undergraduate students.
AgPack Strong: Ag Institute Grad Jason Barbour Diversifies
On his farm near Four Oaks, Jason Barbour grows a lot of the usual North Carolina crops – tobacco, sweet potatoes, small grains, soybeans and corn. But in recent years he’s added a crop that wouldn’t make that list: popcorn.
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.
Gary Payne, Tyler Whaley honored as 2017 CALS Outstanding Alumni
“The alumni we recognize tonight represent the fulfillment of the promise of our land-grant mission.”
Agriculture Related Foundation Director Patti Stewart
One of the things I learned is to teach people, and to show them how important their contributions can be, and how they can make a real difference in the lives of students or faculty or whatever it is that they're giving to; it just resonates with the donors, and it's just something that I love to do. I love to know people and make the matches, so that everybody benefits."