Building Our Community
2022 has been a year of expansion for our department. The growing demand for agricultural and environmental solutions is catapulting us forward. We’ve added 68 new hires this year, including four new faculty in key areas of emerging need.
Art Bruneau Looks Back on a Distinguished Turfgrass Career
Art Bruneau, professor emeritus of crop and soil sciences, has played an important role in the turfgrass industry for many years. Bruneau takes a looks back on a long and distinguished career.
Grady Miller: Helping Turfgrass Managers on the Route to Field Recovery
March’s COVID-19 shutdown caught everyone off guard. There was little time to prepare for closings and no one knew how long they would last. Many turfgrass managers and municipal employees were suddenly told to go home.
Agroecology Professor Receives National USDA Teaching Award
NC State’s Department of Crop and Soil Sciences congratulates Michelle Schroeder-Moreno, professor of Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems, for receiving the USDA National Excellence in College and University Teaching Award for Food and Agriculture Sciences.
A Celebration of Innovation
10,091,963 was a number of prime importance in 2018. It was the second patent number issued jointly to Drs. Ralph Dewey and Ramsey Lewis last year.
Luke Gatiboni Returns to Crop & Soil Sciences’ Fertile Grounds
The Department of Crop and Soil Sciences welcomes Luke Gatiboni as an Assistant Professor and Extension Specialist in soil fertility and nutrient management. He comes to us after 15 years at Santa Catarina State University in Brazil researching and teaching on soil fertility.
The Department of Crop and Soil Sciences is pleased to announce four faculty members who have recently completed the promotion and tenure process
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.
Susana Milla-Lewis Named University Faculty Scholar
Dr. Susana Milla-Lewis was recently selected as a 2017-18 University Faculty Scholar.
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.”