Stories From 2022

Apr 19, 2022

Four International Agribusiness Titans Commit to Collaborative Work in NC State University Plant Sciences Building

Bayer, BASF, SAS and Novozymes have agreed to collaborate with NC State University researchers at the new Plant Sciences Building, a leading-edge facility at the heart of the university’s N.C. Plant Sciences Initiative.

Apr 14, 2022

CALS International Programs and CALS SAIGE Hosts World Food Prize Recipient Dr. Jan Low for Monthly Seminar Series

CALS International Programs and CALS SAIGE host the International Seminar with Dr. Jan Low, World Food Prize recipient

Mar 3, 2022

Student Spotlight: Fernando Demarchi Pockrandt

An interview with Fernando, a senior student at the Catholic University of Paraná, in Brazil, who was a visiting scholar in the Ag & Bio Logistics Laboratory. 

Mar 2, 2022

Graduate Student Spotlight: Imran Chiosa

Imran Chiosa's education is sponsored by the Institute of International Education (IIE). Find out more about his path to NC State.

Mar 1, 2022

North Carolina Farms Grapple with Labor Shortages

Even with a growing dependence on migrant labor, there still is not enough workers to fill farm jobs across North Carolina.

Feb 27, 2022

You Decide: Should International Trade Be Re-Thought?

NC State economist Mike Walden shares an overview of international trade, including some of the possible disadvantages that have surfaced.

Feb 17, 2022

You Decide: Should International Trade Be Re-Thought?

NC State economist Mike Walden shares an overview of international trade, including some of the possible disadvantages that have surfaced.

Feb 9, 2022

Could NC Export Poop For Profit?

NC State is partnering to evaluate a low-cost swine sludge dryer to reduce hog lagoon sludge and create farm revenue from exported fertilizer.

Jan 10, 2022

CALS SAIGE Hosts Fulbright Visiting Scholar Dr. Mohammad Golam Farouque as Part of Seminar Series

Dr. Farouque presented on building bridges between his home institution of Bangladesh Agricultural University and NC State through academic and research collaborations and the resulting benefits for both faculty and students.