She Finds Her Calling in Student Government
Ph.D. student Meredith Spence Beaulieu was the first graduate student to hold the office of study body vice president.
Peter Ojiambo promoted to Full Professor
Congratulations to Peter Ojiambo on his promotion to Full Professor
Webster and Hatano Win NCALS Research Competition
Sophia Webster won 1st place and Eduardo Hatano won 3rd place at the recent NCALS Research Competition that included a single slide each accompanied by a 2 minute presentation.
PhD Student, Urmila Adhikari, Speaks at Small Grains Field Day
Entomology and Plant Pathology PhD student, Urmila Adhikari, spoke at the Small Grains Field Day held by NCSU Cooperative Extension at the Piedmont Research Station (PRS) in Salisbury on April 17th, 2019. The field day drew about 60 farmers, crop consultants and NCSU / USDA personnel.
Plant Pathology alumnus, Zoila Gloria Abad, received Fellow Award from the ISPP at the International Congress of Plant Pathology 2018
Dr. Gloria Abad received a Fellow Award at the International Congress of Plant Pathology 2018 meeting of the International Society of Plant Pathology (ISPP) from President, Greg Johnson and incoming President, Jan Leach.
Reyna and Jin Recognized for Excellence in Lab Teaching
Steve Reyna and Jing Jin were both awarded for Excellence in Laboratory Teaching during Graduate Education Week at the 14th annual Graduate Student Research Symposium.
NCSU Wins Linnaean Games
NCSU triumphed over Arkansas (90 - 35), Clemson (100 - 50), and, in the finals, against Florida (150 - 60). They will go on to compete at the national level in St. Louis at the annual meeting in November.
McPherson Receives 2019 NC Pest Management Association Graduate Student Scholarship
Congratulations to Samantha McPherson for receiving the 2019 North Carolina Pest Management Association Graduate Student Scholarship ($1,500) during the NCPMA 69th Annual Pest Control Technicians’ School. More than 1,000 participants attended this 3-day event, the largest of its kind in the world!
Research Shows ‘Bug Bombs’ Are Ineffective Killing Roaches
Total release foggers, commonly known as “bug bombs,” are ineffective at removing cockroaches from indoor environments and can leave toxic residues, according to a new study from North Carolina State University.
Agricultural Biotechnology in Our Evolving Food, Energy and Water Systems Graduate Program
AgBioFEWS is a graduate program at NC State University that holistically examines technical and societal factors that will determine if specific biotechnology products will improve or degrade our food, energy and water systems.