Cleaning Up Brownfields Benefits Nearby Property Values
Hundreds of thousands of U.S. commercial and industrial sites are contaminated, with estimated cleanup costs running to the billions. But do the benefits of cleaning up these so-called brownfield sites outweigh the costs? NC State University's Dr. Laura Taylor explains new research that addresses that question.
Women in Meat Business Invited to NC Conference
The popular NC Choices’ Women Working in the Meat Business conference is back for 2016, with organizers doubling the conference size and offering new programming and hands-on activities.
Come to the NC State Turfgrass Field Day
The annual field day offers the industry and general public a chance to view the NC State University Turfgrass Program’s ongoing research trials and speak directly with NC State’s faculty and staff.
1,000 4-H Hands Feed The Hungry
Nearly 500 4-H’ers lived their pledge of “hands to larger service” Monday July 18 as they joined together to pack 80,000 meals for hungry North Carolina families.
North Carolina’s Economic Outlook: Walden Weighs In
How is the North Carolina economy in the third quarter of 2016? Distinguished professor Michael Walden, of the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at North Carolina State University, gives his analysis.
CALS Hiring 21 Faculty
To better prepare our students and serve our clientele, CALS is looking for world-class talent in people who share our values and passion for excellence.
Food Safety — In Virtual Reality
NC State University food scientist Clint Stevenson is harnessing the power of virtual reality to keep contaminants off your dinner plate.
CALS Alumni Win World Food Prize
Two NC State alumni are among the four winners of the 2016 World Food Prize, one of the most important and coveted international awards given in agriculture.
Student Spotlight: Blowflies and Biochem
For Sarah Ermatinger, forensics and biochemistry go hand in hand. The rising sophomore is not only a CALS honors student but an award-winning cheerleader.
Li Wins Early Career Award
Dr. Xu “Sirius” Li, NC State University assistant professor of plant and microbial biology, was recently named a winner of the Phytochemical Society of North America’s Arthur C. Neish Young Investigator Award.