Gathering Energy: New Faculty Reflect the Changing Needs of Agriculture
In response to the dynamic interplay of agriculture and the environment, we welcome four new faculty to expand our teaching, research, and Extension capabilities in climate-smart farming.
Preserving Plant Progress
Wayne Holder and his team have wisely and effectively followed safety best practices to ensure the health and safety of the team and the plants. We are thankful for Wayne and the entire Method Road staff for their often behind-the-scenes work to make our breeding programs possible.
I Am CALS: Bob Patterson’s 50 Years On Campus (And Counting)
“He is the consummate educator, always learning and sharing his knowledge of global food and agriculture systems with students from all areas of our great university.” – Chancellor Randy Woodson
Meet Charlie Cahoon
I’m honored to be a part of the weed science group here. It’s a great group and I think we’re doing something special.
Collins Wins Prestigious Watauga Medal
When North Carolina agricultural leaders talk about Watauga Medal Winner William K. Collins Sr., the accolades flow.
Meet Jeff Dunne
“NC State…it just lends itself to opportunities.”
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.”
Meet Ramon Leon
“I truly believe weeds are major super threat to food supply. That’s what gets me going in the morning.”
Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Patterson at Humboldt
This time 22 years ago, Dr. Bob Patterson flew to Berlin for a Fulbright scholarship at Humboldt University of Berlin. During his six-month sabbatical in Berlin, Dr. Patterson formed life-long friendships and academic partnerships that he still cherishes today.
Meet Amy Johnson
Dr. Amy Johnson, new Ag Institute Coordinator of General Agriculture and Field Crop Technology, also teaches Crop and Soil Fertility classes in the Ag Institute. “Teaching. That’s the most important thing we can do.”