2016 Fall Plant Sale at NC Museum of Art
The fall semester is back in full swing, and with that comes the Pi Alpha Xi fall plant sale! Pi Alpha Xi, or PAX, has two plant sales every year at which they sell trees, shrubs, vines, perennials, annuals, vegetables, […]
Dr. J.C. Raulston Inducted into 2016 Raleigh Hall of Fame
Dr. J.C. Raulston will be inducted posthumously into the Raleigh Hall of Fame on October 3, 2016 in downtown Raleigh. Dr. Raulston encouraged his students, colleagues and friends to “plan and plant for a better world.” He did just that […]
The Next Science Guy?
We all know that GMOs are controversial, but what, exactly, are they? For a matter-of-fact explanation, check out the short animated video that Antonio Alonso-Stepanov created for YouTube.
Ph.D. student wins for national poster presentation
At the American Phytopathological Society’s recent annual meeting, a poster presentation by NC State University Plant Pathology Ph.D. student Alsayed M. Mashaheet and his co-authors was among five winners of the 2016 APS Phytobiomes Journal Poster Award, sponsored by the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation.
Students Get Close-Up Look at Carolina Soils and Landscapes
From the shifting sands of the Outer Banks in the east to the high mountain soils of the west, undergraduates from across the United States got an up-close look this summer at North Carolina’s variety of soils and landscapes.
Susana Milla-Lewis Leads Next-Gen Turf Research
North Carolina State University has signed a long-term agreement with turfgrass research, development and marketing company Sod Solutions to research and create a line of turfgrass varieties that will balance global environmental challenges while aiming for the curb appeal of attractive landscapes.
Collins Endowment Fulfilling Promise
Dr. Bill Collins’ 2014 dream to endow and promote the NC State tobacco program is a reality in the person of Dr. Matthew Vann, a second tobacco agronomist and extension specialist.
Nutrition Matters: Stress From Migratory Beekeeping May Be Eased by Access to Food
Traveling presents challenges for honey bees used to pollinate crops, but research shows that some of these challenges can be mitigated by providing other food sources while bees are on the road.
Saving Lives Through Horticulture
Julia Kornegay’s resume includes an unusual line: Her quick action during the Rwandan genocide in 1994 catalyzed a collaboration that helped prevent famine and save lives.
Olympic Bronze Medalist Dives Into Physiology at CALS
Diver Nick McCrory nabbed a bronze medal in the 2012 Olympics. Now, he’s in the Physiology Program at CALS with his sights on a new goal: medical school.