Stories From Feb 2018

Feb 28, 2018

N.C. Aquaculture Development Conference

The 30th annual N.C. Aquaculture Development Conference returns to New Bern March 7-10!

Feb 28, 2018

Annual Shredding/Recycling Drive

On Wednesday, March 7, NC State University will be hosting its Annual Shredding/Recycling Drive!

Feb 28, 2018

BAE Faculty and Student Receive ASABE Honor

Two members of the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering were named among the New Faces of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers.

Feb 23, 2018

Kistler Selected as Dean of the School of Agriculture and Natural Resources at ABAC

Dr. Mark Kistler, Associate Professor has been selected as Dean of the School of Agriculture and Natural Resources at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College

Feb 23, 2018

Join Athletics on Staff and Faculty Appreciation Weekend

Join NC State Athletics as they celebrate Staff and Faculty next weekend!

Feb 22, 2018

Economic Perspective: Why the Fed Wants Inflation?

Extension Economist Mike Walden and host Mary Walden take a look at the latest economic issues facing North Carolina and the nation in their radio show.

Feb 22, 2018

CALS Business Operations: February Newsletter

Read the February CBO newsletter for information about new resources, important deadlines, updates in policies and procedures and much more.

Feb 22, 2018

State Health Plan ID Cards

New State Health Plan ID cards were only mailed to members who changed their plans during open enrollment.

Feb 21, 2018

Pack Hacks for Faculty: Integrating Scholarship into Teaching Roles

This month, Diane D. Chapman, director of the Office of Faculty Development and a teaching professor in the Department of Educational Leadership, Policy and Human Development, gives insight into making scholarship an important component of successful teaching.

Feb 19, 2018

After the Flood: Rebuilding an Extension Center

Since Hurricane Matthew flooded their building in 2016, Lenoir County’s Extension staff members have worked under trying conditions. But with a new building under construction, the future looks brighter.