Honors and Awards
Praise for 2022–23 Outstanding Teaching, Instruction and Advising
Congratulations to the 16 CALS faculty and instructors who received recognition for their commitment to educational excellence.
Meachum Lewis Receives Fulbright-Hays Seminar Abroad Award
Erin Meachum Lewis, writing lecturer at the Agricultural Institute, will embark on a four-week trip to Mexico to develop and disseminate a curriculum project.
Reisig Awarded the Distinguished Achievement Award in Extension
Dominic Reisig was recently awarded the Distinguished Achievement Award in Extension at the Entomological Society Meeting.
Travis Park Named Director of Ag Education, FFA Board Chair and National FFA Advisor
Among his duties, Park, a professor of agricultural education in the Department of Agricultural and Human Sciences, will provide oversight for the National FFA and advise the national officers, the board, and the National FFA Delegates and committees on policy matters.
Apply for the 2023 Kriz Faculty Study Leave Endowment
All CALS faculty are encouraged to take study leave. In an effort to encourage CALS faculty scholarly leave, George J. and Rhoda W. Kriz established an endowment for off-campus scholarly assignments, such as sabbaticals.
Nominations Sought for 2022-23 Faculty Awards
Nominations are now open for six awards for NC State faculty members. Faculty excellence is at the core of the university’s mission, and is supported through a variety of awards and recognition.
Guidelines to Apply for Extension Awards
North Carolina Cooperative Extension strives to uphold a fundamental philosophy of recognizing the achievements of our outstanding employees. Acknowledge the work of your colleagues and submit a nomination for one or more of the awards. Deadline extended to Aug. 10.
2022 Annual Report to the Chancellor
2021-22 will go down as a year of tremendous progress for CALS. Students gained access to new programs designed to empower them for a lifetime of success. Learn more in this year’s Annual Report to the Chancellor.
Praise for 2021-2022 Outstanding Teaching, Instruction and Advising
Congratulations to the 2021 and 2022 nominees and winners of the teaching and instruction awards.
Greg Cope Named SETAC Fellow
W. Gregory Cope, Ph.D. was recently named a Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) fellow because of his valuable contributions to science and to SETAC throughout the past decades.