CALS Faculty, Staff Reflect on Being First-Generation Students
In recognition of First-Generation Celebration Week, Nov. 6-10, the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences is recognizing some of our faculty and staff members who were first-generation college students.
What’s Next for John Dole?
After serving as the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences interim dean for one and a half years, John Dole is returning to his teaching, research and advising roots.
Shweta Trivedi Receives National Advising Award
The National Academic Advising Association has recognized the the Department of Animal Science’s Shweta Trivedi with an Outstanding Advisor Award in the Faculty Academic Advising category.
Nominations Sought for 2023-24 Faculty Awards
Nominations are now open for seven awards for NC State faculty members. Learn more about each of the specific awards and the deadlines for submissions.
Motherhood in Academia: Building Community in CALS
Join the CALS Community of Practice virtual session on Oct. 18 to discuss “Motherhood in Academia: Building Community in CALS” with Erin McKenney, assistant professor and director of undergraduate programs for the Department of Applied Ecology.
William Neal Reynolds Professorships Nominations
Dean Fox announced a call for nominations for William Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professorships. All college faculty are eligible to submit a nomination by Oct. 20, 2023.
AGI Welcomes Writing Lecturer Geidel
The Agricultural Institute proudly announces Savannah Geidel as its new writing lecturer. Geidel joins the AGI teaching team with writing coordinator Ashley Burns.
Ham Receives Yellowdig Award
Assistant Teaching Professor Remi Ham was recognized for "Excellent STEM use" of Yellowdig, an instructional tool that promotes student discussion.
Tide at Farmers’ Door
Climate change is causing sea level rise and increased flooding that threatens North Carolina’s most fertile agricultural land with saltwater intrusion. NC State researchers are on the job to recommend management options to help farmers adapt.
The Summer of What If?
The Office for Faculty Excellence presents The Summer of What If?, a four-part series created to engage faculty, staff and graduate students in a learning opportunity designed to advance professional development.