CALS Excellence in Safety Award 2021
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences is seeking nominations for the Excellence in Safety Award.
Looking Back and Moving Forward
The Provost's Office is seeking input from the campus community on the various lessons they've learned in 2020 and their plans for 2021, which will be included in an article in the January Provost's Office newsletter.
Next CALS Town Hall, Friday, Jan. 29
Join us on Friday, Jan. 29, for the next CALS Virtual Town Halls. We will gather to discuss research, academic, Extension, HR, CBO, facilities updates.
Off-Campus Exemption Requests January through June 2021
With the uncertainty of the COVID pandemic in the upcoming year, we wanted to share some plans for continuing the exemption process for research and extension projects off-campus through the spring 2021 semester.
OIT Workshops: Spring 2021
Registration is now open for spring 2021 workshops hosted by the Office of Information Technology.
CALS IT TidBits – Important IT Updates
In the CALS IT TidBits December edition, find information on the latest IT news. Updates on Zoom, remote work VPN info and more.
Essentially CALS: Ken Ellzey
Although many of us are working from home, a few necessary people must physically stay on campus, or go out into their communities, to keep the CALS Community up and running. Check out our series Essentially CALS to learn more about our incredible coworkers.
IPM Hour Webinar January 6, 1 p.m. – IPM Extension in South Carolina and Alabama
The Southern IPM Center's monthly webinar series, IPM Hour - Southern Edition, continues to present research and issues in IPM from the Southern Region.
December 2020 Announcements
Find out the latest related to NC State faculty and staff, including COVID-19 updates, professional development opportunities, campus happenings and more.
Integrated Pest Management Webinar on Wednesday, Dec. 2
The Southern IPM Center is proud to present a monthly webinar series called "IPM Hour - Southern Edition" that presents research, issues, and programs in IPM from the Southern Region. This will take place on Zoom on the first Wednesday of the month at 1pm EST, and will last 1 hour. Recordings of the webinars will be available after the event.