“You Have to Have an Open Mind”: New PDPS Professor Prafulla Regmi
The Prestage Department of Poultry Science is pleased to welcome Prafulla Regmi to the faculty starting June 1. We asked Regmi a few questions to introduce him as he settles in.
Werner Featured in OutreachNC Magazine
In its latest issue, OutreachNC Magazine featured Dr. Dennis Werner's work at the Sandhills Research Station.
Grant to Bolster Inclusion in the Life Sciences at NC State
Two colleges with life sciences programs at NC State – CALS and the College of Sciences – have teamed up to win a $1 million Howard Hughes Medical Institute grant. Their goal: to improve the inclusion of students from diverse backgrounds in science education.
Fortune 200 Company Altria Continues Support of CALS
Altria continues its support of the college by funding projects and programs related to teaching, research and extension.
Check Out the June CBO Newsletter
Please take a moment to read the CALS Business Operations June newsletter for updates, deadlines, training opportunities, helpful resources, staff changes and more.
Franks to Serve as Head of Plant and Microbial Biology
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Dean Richard Linton has announced that Dr. Bob Franks has agreed to serve as head of the Department of Plant and Microbial Biology, pending receipt of appropriate required approvals.
June Announcements from the Provost’s Office
Find out the latest happenings with NC State faculty and staff, including academic engagement opportunities, a new holiday schedule, summer workshops and more.
PNC Banking on Talley
A new PNC branch opened recently at Talley Student Center. The bank offers students a virtual wallet that includes short- and long-term savings accounts and a checking account with no fees. Other services are available to faculty, staff and alumni.
Louws to Serve as Head of Horticulture
Dean Richard Linton has announced that Dr. Frank Louws has agreed to serve as head of the Department of Horticultural Sciences, pending receipt of appropriate required approvals.
Celebrating Dr. Flowers’ Retirement
After more than 40 years of service in agricultural education, and 30 plus years at NC State, Dr. Jim Flowers is retiring. To honor his many contributions to the field of agricultural education, the impact he has had on students, faculty, and his teachers, his agricultural and extension education peers have planned a wonderful retirement celebration - and you are invited.