Giving Back to USAID
Soil Fertility Specialist Luke Gatiboni spent two weeks volunteering with USAID to train Uzbek farmers in an effort to return a lifelong favor.
Sustainability in Floriculture
The Cognitive Behavioral Lab is answering a call from many growers, suppliers and retailers in the floral industry who would like to be more sustainable but may not know how.
Graduate Programs Keep Climbing in Rankings
NC State's Biological and Agricultural Engineering was ranked No. 4 best graduate school in the country by U.S. News and World Report.
Keeping the Bees Buzzing
In this episode of Farms, Food and You, learn about honey bee health, the honey bee's role in agriculture, and NC State's bee research and outreach programs.
Science Communicator Makes a Splash
Whether she's teaching students or swimming with sharks, Michelle Jewell with the Department of Applied Ecology finds inspiring ways to share science.
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.
Study: Tribal Water Rights Underutilized in U.S. West
Lack of irrigation infrastructure and convoluted land ownership issues represent the major impediments to tribes, the study suggests.
Earth Day Special Highlights Soil-Based Solutions
In an Earth Day broadcast special, PBS North Carolina highlights research on carbon removal and capture by two soil science faculty.
NC State Names New Dean of College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Garey Fox, professor and head of the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering since 2017, will serve as the next dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
2023 CALS Excellence in Safety Award
This Excellence in Safety Award recognizes the notable contributions that are above and beyond an employee’s normal job responsibilities. This year the college is recognizing two winners.