Three From CALS Named University Faculty Scholars
Drs. Owen Duckworth, Chris Reberg-Horton and Wenqiao "Wayne" Yuan of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences are among 22 NC State faculty members recently named as University Faculty Scholars.
TV Star: FarmHer Features April Shaeffer’s Cattle Workshops For Women
April Shaeffer wasn't looking for a national television debut – but her lauded North Carolina Leadership and Cattle Handling for Women Producers program has found an audience anyway.
Daubert Named University Research Fellow
As an NC State Vice Chancellor Research Fellow, Dr. Christopher R. Daubert will lead a study on entrepreneurial culture at peer and aspirational universities.
Clouse Named AAAS Fellow
Dr. Steven D. Clouse, an emeritus professor from NC State University's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, has been elected a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
Poinsettias on Display Dec. 4
Get in the holiday spirit this weekend at the annual Poinsettia Open House at NC State University's JC Raulston Arboretum. The free event — featuring over 100 cultivars of poinsettias — will be held from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday Dec. 4.
Food for Thought
Associate professors Ben Chapman and Dana Hanson dished up sliders -- and food safety tips -- during NC State's Ag Day.
Opportunities to Grow
The Agricultural Institute is helping military veterans to reinforce North Carolina's leading industry, agriculture and agribusiness.
Student’s Research Seeks Ozone-Tolerant Wheat
Sayed Mashaheet’s research into wheat and ozone tolerance could help prevent a worldwide famine. Read on to learn about this Ph.D. student and his game-changing work.
Faculty Focus: Behind the Scenes in the Vascular Plant Herbarium
NC State University’s Vascular Plant Herbarium Director describes what it’s like to look after more than a hundred thousand plant specimens – and why it’s important.
Got fruit trees? Free tree fruit guides available
In North Carolina, fall is an optimal time for planting fruit trees such as apples, peaches and pecans. Two new guides provide practical tips.