CALS Proud initiative kicks off with staff workshop
Have you ever run a marathon? Do you like spicy food? Can you name all the members of the Beatles? These questions, among many others that reverberated throughout a crowded room in the Witherspoon Student Center, helped break the ice – and set the tone – for the college’s inaugural “CALS Proud” staff workshop.
Barbecue Camp Brings Meat Science to Consumers
A first-of-its-kind workshop series may have been called North Carolina Barbecue Camp, but its topics went beyond the state’s traditional Eastern and Lexington styles as presenters delved into the cuisine of other barbecue hot spots.
The concierge economy
Technology is rapidly changing everything in our world, including the economy. Some say that if trends continue, we will soon be living in a concierge economy. NC State University economist Mike Walden explains what that means.