Planned Power Outage to Affect IT Systems
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) will take numerous campus IT services offline from 2 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 30, until 7 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 3.
CALS Comm Workshop: Mini Mailchimp Academy
Many groups across the college use Mailchimp to send emails. During the October CALS Comm Workshop we'll cover transitioning from a free account to a paid account, audience tracking, different functions available, pairing the university email generator with Mailchimp and answer your questions.
NC State Summer Happenings
See what Khara Grieger, David Herpy, Michelle Kirchner, Bradley Metz, Alex Rocco, Brittany Salmons, STEPS Center, Clint Stevenson Labs, David Tarpy and the IR-4 team did over the summer and what they’ve learned from their experiences.
Cultivating Success: New Faculty Mirror Horticulture’s Evolving Trends
Cultivating horticulture’s success takes a pack! Horticultural Science has responded to the evolving needs and interests of its students and the green industry with three recent faculty hires within the department.
Register for Extension Conference
Registration is open for Extension Conference 2022. This year's conference will be held Oct. 3-5, 2022, at the Sheraton Greensboro at Four Seasons.
Extension Director Update
Richard Bonanno shares his employee update featuring information on the Extension State Conference, Extension's feature in Our State magazine, chancellor's chief-of-staff Extension tour, Extension brand site and CALS and NC State Extension strategic plans.
Flu vaccinations are available for students, faculty and staff on campus via appointments or at one of several walk-in clinics on campus throughout the semester.
Information Technology Groups Partner for N.C. PSI
OIT has partnered with N.C. PSI and CALS IT to acquire new positions that will help meet the research data needs of N.C. PSI and beyond.
CALS Town Hall – Sept. 16, 2022
Plan to join the CALS community on Sept. 16 at 10 a.m. via Zoom or YouTube live stream. Hear the latest news and updates from university and CALS administrators and participate in the open Q&A session.
Essentially CALS: Pam Van Emden
The college is fortunate to employ many amazing people. The Essentially CALS campaign began in the early part of the COVID-19 stay-at-home order, but we continue the series to celebrate the contributions of our outstanding employees.