CALS alumna Beth Pugh Farrell reflects on getting involved, giving back and staying connected.
In recognition of Eating Disorders Awareness Week, CALS alumna and registered dietitian Cara Mowery explains what an eating disorder is and provides resources for getting help.
Funding of nearly $1 million from the Golden LEAF Foundation has bolstered the Agricultural Institute with support for new programs aimed at increasing student recruitment and enhancing job readiness.
Have there been significant changes to the North Carolina labor market since 2020?
Twelve professors in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences were recently named William Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professors.
Alumna Ondulla Toomer has made a career of solving scientific problems and in so doing hopes to encourage other women and people of color to do the same.
Farms, Food and You
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Dana Hanson, an Extension specialist in meat science, shares the traditions and local flavors that make North Carolina barbecue exceptional.
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