Send a Note of Gratitude to a Colleague
We think each member of the Wolfpack deserves a special note of appreciation for all their extraordinary work, especially since the start of the pandemic.
Register for the N.C. Plant Sciences Initiative Symposium and Reception
Register to attend the inaugural Plant Sciences Symposium on Monday, Dec. 6, at Hunt Library. The theme of the event is harnessing the data revolution for resilient agriculture.
Coleman Named Interim CCO
Over the past five years, Kionna Coleman helped CALS Communications develop an internal creative services agency to support the diverse communications and marketing needs of the college, its departments, centers and programs and she has now accepted the interim chief communications officer position.
Burchell Appointed President of the American Ecological Engineering Society
Biological and Agricultural Engineering professor and department Extension leader Michael Burchell was recently elected as president of the American Ecological Engineering Society.
New DEI Course: Applied Cultural Identity
To meet the growing interest in introductory-level diversity, equity and inclusion educational opportunities, OIED’s Inclusive Excellence and Strategic Practice unit has developed a new online, self-paced course, Applied Cultural Identity, for the NC State campus community.
CALS Town Hall this Friday, Dec. 3
Plan to join the CALS community on Dec. 3, at 9 a.m. Hear the latest news and updates from university and CALS administrators and take part in the forum's open Q&A session.
University Loses Highly-respected and Beloved Member of the CALS and Applied Ecology Community
On Friday, Nov. 19, while in his hometown of Kankakee, IL, Tom Kwak, Ph.D. passed away. Kwak, an applied ecology professor and unit leader of the U.S. Geological Survey’s NC Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit will be missed.
CALS IT TidBits – November 2021
In this edition of CALS IT TidBits find information on the latest IT news. WiFi etiquette, Google Workspace updates, VPN updates and more.
Applications Open: 2022 CEFS Supply Chain Summer Internships
Know a student who is looking for a unique summer internship where you’ll learn about community-based food systems and help build local food value chains between local farmers and regional, institutional markets?
Applications Open for 2022 Agroecology Scholars Program in Research and Extension (ASPIRE)
Undergraduate students with an interest in sustainable agriculture or food systems are encouraged to apply for the Center for Environmental Farming Systems (CEFS) Agroecology Scholars Program in Research and Extension (ASPIRE).