Stories From 2018

Dec 31, 2018

CALS New Year’s Resolutions

Having a hard time coming up with a New Year’s resolution for 2019? Several faculty members from NC State’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences recently shared suggestions from their areas of expertise.

Dec 26, 2018  |  News and Events

2018: A Year in Review

Another year has gone down in the books for NC State's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Here's a look back at 2018.

Dec 26, 2018  |  Extension

2018: An Extension Year in Review

NC State Extension has been with you in every season, all year. Take a look as we reflect on 2018.

Dec 26, 2018

The N.C. Economy: A Look Ahead

How is North Carolina’s economy shaping up for 2019? NC State University economist Mike Walden predicts that while growth may slow, it won’t be bad overall.

Dec 21, 2018

You Decide: Will the Economy Retreat in 2019?

With 2019 fast approaching, what does NC State economist Mike Walden think the future holds for the country?

Dec 17, 2018

Economic Perspective: Is the Global Economy Slowing?

In a global economy, one country's struggles can have far reaching impacts. What's been going on in the global economy recently?

Dec 17, 2018

What Do Microbes in the Gut Eat?

NC State scientist studies the diet of bacteria and other organisms that inhabit the intestinal tract as he develops knowledge and technology aimed at improving health.

Dec 14, 2018

Agroecology Brought Outstanding Student Researcher (And Graduating Senior) To CALS

Paul Cockson heard about NC State all the way in Nebraska – but that’s no surprise for a university with research that reaches around the world.

Dec 14, 2018

Next Up: Americorps

CALS opened troves of opportunities for graduating senior Kati Scruggs, from ethnographic research in the western highlands of Guatemala to leading the 2017 Krispy Kreme Challenge.

Dec 14, 2018

Inventors’ Academy Has A New Member – And She’s From CALS

If you have bought any fresh fruit or flowers lately, chances are you’ve benefited from an NC State invention by CALS’ Sylvia Blankenship.