Brazilian Soybean Intern Stays, Just a Little Bit Longer
A graduate student in crop and soil sciences at the Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná in Brazil, Barros arrived at NC State to learn more about soybean cultivation in North Carolina and extended his stay for the friendships and new experiences.
Student Spotlight: Cara Mathers Pursues Ph.D. and Peace
There are many levels of study at NC State, as an associate, undergrad, graduate, doctoral, and beyond. Cara Mathers chose (almost) all of the above.
Student Spotlight: Young Minds of International Horticultural Science
The One Who (Almost) Got Away
Eliza Hardy’s great-great-great grandfather, Perrin Busbee, was NC State’s first football coach. When it came time for college applications, CALS was Eliza’s top choice – until her application was first deferred, then wait-listed. Her path to CALS? Complicated.
Mark Watson’s Paths Lead to Agriculture
“Agriculture is the intersection of plants and people.”
Alex Fox Means Business about Agriculture
“My father, my grandfather, my great-grandfather: I guess I’ll be a fourth-generation farmer.”
Reuben Wilson’s Long and Winding Road Leads to his Academic Home: Soil
“What I’ve always wanted to do is help the North Carolina farmer. My dad, my friends’ fathers, people I’ve worked for; they’re some of the hardest working people in the state, and if I can use what I’ve learned here to assist them in any way possible, that’s my ultimate goal.”
“City Girl” Sarah Yim Finds Her Voice in Crop and Soil Sciences
“It’s being able to spread that knowledge. Not just how we produce our food, but how we can do it in a manner that will extend for generations.”
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.
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.”