Stories From Oct 2021

Oct 11, 2021

Little Known Big History LGBTQIA+ Facts: Week One and Two

October is LGBTQIA+ History month and the CALS Office of Diversity and Inclusion, CALS Human Resources and Academic Programs teamed up to gather facts about LGBTQIA+ history and provide resources to learn more.

Oct 11, 2021

Dairy Bar Welcomes Volunteers for the State Fair 2021!

Scooping Howling Cow ice cream to state fair attendees is the major fundraising event for the Food Science Club. The state fair this year runs from Oct. 14 through Oct. 24, and we're still seeking volunteers. Would you like to volunteer with us?

Oct 7, 2021

Job Posting: Environmental Horticulture Program Assistant Manager with the IR-4 Project

The IR-4 Project is hiring an assistant manager to work with the Environmental Horticulture (EHC) Program.

Oct 4, 2021

IPM Grants Call for Proposals

Southern Integrated Pest Management Grants regionally address Global Food Security challenges including invasive species, endangered species, pest resistance, and impacts resulting from regulatory actions.

Oct 4, 2021

Hemp in the South – Webinar

Join this webinar on common hemp pests, barriers to southern hemp production, stakeholder needs and planting information for our specific climate.

Oct 4, 2021

World Mental Health Day – October 10

World Mental Health Day is an opportunity to raise awareness of mental health issues and to mobilize efforts to support mental health worldwide. It is vital that we pause to assess our own mental health and to help those around us who may need support.

Oct 2, 2021

Apply for the 2022 Kriz Faculty Study Leave Endowment

The Kriz Faculty Study Leave Endowment was established to encourage CALS faculty to take off-campus scholarly assignments. Apply by November 19, for an award of $5,000 to support an approved out-of-state study leave.

Oct 1, 2021

Individual to Leadership (i2L)

Leadership by managers and supervisors is imperative to the success of any university. Given this, the cultivation and education of leaders within the academic institution is vital, and support for the growth of managers and supervisors is essential for effective leadership development.