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.
Coleman Simpson Receives the 2023 Cultivator of Change Award
The Cultivating Change Foundation recently honored Student Services Specialist Coleman Simpson with the 2023 Cultivator of Change Award for his exceptional advocacy efforts within the LGBTQ+ agricultural community.
Academic Programs Welcomes Advisor Edwards
Academic Programs is pleased to welcome academic adviser Channing Edwards, who will support the academic journey of CALS students with academic course planning and facilitating majors and career exploration.
CALS New Hires
A big Wolfpack welcome to the 32 new college hires from September. These team members are located in Raleigh and throughout the state.
Academic Programs Welcomes Recruitment Coordinator Perry
Academic Programs is excited to welcome Karis Haigler Perry to the team as the recruitment coordinator for the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
Sign Up To Receive Exclusive NC State Athletics Offers
NC State faculty and staff can sign up to receive special deals on Wolfpack athletic events that won’t be available to the general public.
Academic Programs Welcomes Academic Advisor
New academic adviser Savannah Nevarez provides a nonjudgmental and collaborative approach when working with students and enjoys empowering them to find their unique strengths.
Creating Space for Healing
Counselor Luke Strawn discusses supporting CALS students’ mental health, equipping faculty and staff and his greatest inspiration.
Meet the New Staff Senators
The NC State Staff Senate is pleased to announce the 2023 Staff Senate Elections results and the newly elected Officers and Committee Chairs. CALS and Extension have eight new senators.
Spotlight on Amanda Knight, 4-H Agent
Amanda Knight, Sampson County NC Cooperative Extension's 4-H agent, was recently featured in the Sampson County newsletter.