Celebrating 3 Years of Awards for Excellence and Excellence in Safety Award Winners
After a two-year hiatus, the Awards for Excellence and Excellence in Safety Award ceremony was held to induct 19 Awards for Excellence recipients and six Excellence in Safety Award recipients.
CALS Awards for Excellence and Excellence in Safety Awards Winners
Look inside for the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences' "Awards for Excellence" and the "Excellence in Safety Award" recipients for the calendar year 2021-22.
Shorlette Ammons Appointed to New USDA Commission
USDA announced the members of its Equity Commission and Agriculture Subcommittee. The commission will serve to advance racial equity in the federal government.
Words of Appreciation
In celebration of Employee Appreciation Day on March 4, Interim Dean Dole gives thanks to the CALS Community.
Essentially CALS: Lindsey Haynes-Maslow
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 faculty and staff.
Send a Note of Gratitude to a Colleague
We think each member of the Wolfpack deserves a special note of appreciation for all their extraordinary work, especially since the start of the pandemic.
Yelverton Named 2021 Crop Science Fellow
NC State Crop and Soil Sciences Extension Specialist and professor of turfgrass weed science Fred Yelverton was named as a 2021 Crop Science Society of America Fellow. He joins 15 department faculty who have previously received the honor.
Dean Linton Extends Thanks to Our Extraordinary Pack
This week is NC State Employee Appreciation Week, and Dean Linton wanted to share a strong word of thanks to the entire CALS and Extension network for your extraordinary efforts, dedication and commitment to this college and the communities we serve.
PAWS and Say Thanks: Send Your Colleague a Thank-You Card
PAWS and Say Thanks gives employees a quick and easy way to recognize colleagues when they go above and beyond their job duties.
Essentially CALS: Tom Mease
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.