Climate’s Effects on Flowers Critical for Bumble Bees
In a study that shows the importance of climate change on critical pollinators, NC State researchers found that earlier and longer flowering seasons can have poor effects on the bumble bees that rely on these flowers to live and thrive.
You Decide: Should North Carolina Bid For Amazon?
Amazon wants to open a second U.S. headquarters that could be the economic prize of the century. What does North Carolina have to offer, and what would could it be worth?
Who Is Returning To The Workforce?
Recently the labor force participation rate has seen a rise, with a greater number of people either holding down a job or actively looking for one. Who is responsible for this improvement?
Research Program Paves Path to Soil Science
Many undergraduate students are not aware of soil science coursework or how it relates to majors like chemistry, engineering or biology. Two of our faculty members are out to change that.
Faculty Focus: New BAE Department Head Strives to Make a Lasting Mark
When Garey Fox was asked to apply for a department head position at North Carolina State University, he knew that “NC State was too good to turn down.”
Student Spotlight: Empowering Farmers in El Salvador
CALS grad student Angel Cruz conducted research in El Salvador to improve agricultural practices, share conservation techniques and -- most importantly -- engage local farmers every step of the way.
Lee County’s Women in Ag: The Next Generation
Three recent CALS grads from Lee County turn their agricultural training into varied careers across the state.
A Work in Progress: Animal Nutrition for Companion Pets
For a new online course in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, the end goal is for students to be able to simulate the creation of a specialized cat or dog food, gaining a better understanding of companion animal nutrition.
CALS Honors Extraordinary Alumni
CALS alumni, friends, faculty and staff gathered to celebrate more than two dozen extraordinary alumni at the college's annual Alumni Awards Ceremony.
New Merit Scholarship Will Assist Incoming Production Agriculture Students
A new scholarship that covers tuition, books and fees is available for an outstanding student with plans to major in production agriculture.