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Research Roundtable Lunch: Day 3

Jordan Hall, 5103

As a part of GIS Week, come hear faculty fellows from the Center for Geospatial Analytics give 10-minute lightning talks about their research. This will be a wonderful opportunity to connect with faculty in a casual setting. This roundtable will feature the following faculty members: Jelena VukomanovicAshly CabasBill RandPerver BaranLunch will be provided.

Wolfpack Wellness Research Web Series: Michelle Schroeder-Moreno

The Wolfpack Wellness Research Web Series highlights the groundbreaking work of NC State faculty and staff that focuses on health and well-being. Join us the third Friday of every month at 2 p.m. for a roughly 30-minute talk by one of our outstanding faculty or staff members. Each session is recorded and made available on…

Southeast CASC Science Seminar

The Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center will host a fall and winter virtual science seminar series highlighting SE CASC-funded projects supporting resource management actions across the Southeast. Each month, a SE CASC researcher will provide an overview of their work and the management implications of their research findings. Join us in January as Renee Collini…

Career Panel: Guidance on Working in the Biotech Industry

Plant Sciences Building

Have you considered working in the biotech industry? Join a group of scientists from Bayer, BASF, GreenLight Bioscience and the Gates Foundation to learn more about the work environments in industry as well as the skills employers are seeking in their new hires. This panel discussion will be held on Friday, February 3, 2023 from…

Emerging Research Showcase: Long-Term Carbon Sequestration

Plant Sciences Building

NC State University's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences invites you to attend the next fully in-person Emerging Research Showcase: Long-Term Carbon Sequestration. Join us on Tuesday, February 21, 2023 starting at 3:00pm EST as we turn the focus on technologies that “permanently” pull carbon out of the air and the implications for managing climate change.…

STEPS Seminar Series: Nanotechnology-Enabled Agriculture – A Path to Global Food Security?

Plant Sciences Building, 1322

Hosted by: Jason White, Director of the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station Dr. White's research focuses on food safety, food security and sustainable nano-enabled agriculture. Join us as we explore how nanotechnologies can enhance the delivery of nutrient and pesticide delivery as well as photosynthetic efficiency.

Blueberry Pruning Webinar

Join the Center for Environmental Farming Systems for a short video demonstration on pruning blueberry bushes led by research specialist Bill Cline. Since 1995, Cline has served as the blueberry extension horticulturist for NC State, supporting Cooperative Extension agents statewide. Cline also maintains the NC Blueberry Journal, a blog where he posts information about the…

Open Seminar With Bayer

Plant Sciences Building, Seminar Room 1322 B and C

Come meet Phil Taylor and learn about working with Bayer. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to attend this seminar to hear Taylor discuss the needs and opportunities for innovation in agriculture and strategies for conducting research and development, partnering and working with Bayer.

Changing the World One Community at a Time: Eloise S. Cofer Family Living Lecture Series presents Carmen Yulín Cruz

James B. Hunt Jr. Library, Auditorium

Join the Department of Agricultural and Human Sciences (AHS) for the Eloise S. Cofer Family Living Lecture Series featuring Carmen Yulín Cruz. When Hurricane Maria devastated San Juan, Puerto Rico in 2017, Carmen Yulín Cruz was on the front lines as the city’s 2.3 million residents responded to the devastation which rippled beyond physical destruction…