Bonding Through Bingo with GSAs
NC State's crop and soil sciences graduate student association provides small group events for students seeking friendship, networking and connection.
Weed Science Society of NC Grows Student Endowment
To perpetuate research progress, the Weed Science Society of North Carolina (WSSNC) recently doubled its student funding to develop the next generation of weed scientists.
Jose de Sanctis Wins Farmer Problem Weed Competition
Crop science Ph.D. student Jose de Sanctis wins the real-world farmer problem event at the 2022 Southern Weed Science Society meeting.
Crop and Soil Sciences Seminar Series
Student Presentations: Mini-symposium with three presentations by Masters students Students in SSC 601/801 are required to present a seminar during the Crop and Soil Science Seminar time. This week, we have three presentations by Courtney Alexander, Lily Kile, and Anna […]
Plant Breeding AI Gets Schooled in New Student Competition
If Hillsborough Street glowed a bit brighter recently, it might have been from the collective mental energy focused on NC State and USDA-ARS’s first Agricultural Technology Hackathon.
2021 Graduate Fellowships Fuel Crop and Soil Research
NC State's Department of Crop and Soil Sciences is proud to provide financial assistance to many of our2021 graduate students.
Crop and Soil Science Seminar – Student Symposium
Crop and Soil Science Seminar – Student Symposium This week we have two graduate students in the SSC 601/801 course presenting. Coastal Soil Mapping and Histosol Blue Carbon Stocks in North Carolina Lori Gorczynski MS Student in Soil Science When […]
Crop and Soil Science Seminar – Student Symposium, part 2
Crop and Soil Science Seminar – Student Symposium, part 2 More Information to come Wed Oct 27, 2021 3:30pm – 5pm
Crop and Soil Science Seminar – Student Symposium, part 1
More Information to come Wed Oct 20, 2021 3:30pm – 5pm
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.