Student Spotlight: An Enriching Step on the Path to Dental School
A master of nutrition student in the Department of Food, Bioprocessing and Nutrition Sciences, Amelia Wilson visits a local Head Start center to educate children and their parents about dental health. It’s all part of her goal to become a dentist.
Economic Perspective: Non-Compete Contracts
How pervasive are non-compete contracts in our society, and what impact do they have on workers?
Student Spotlight: Data Analytics and Vulnerable Estuaries
Biological and agricultural engineering Ph.D student Lise Montefiore uses tools within data analytics to identify which estuarine ecosystems are most vulnerable to global and local change.
6 Ways North Carolina Will Be Different in 2050
Based on research for his new book, North Carolina Beyond the Connected Age: The Tar Heel State in 2050, here are six ways NC State economist Mike Walden says North Carolina will have changed by then.
CALS postdoc Karen O’Connell studies the best ways to grow microalgae to feed tiny brine shrimp that could be the base of the food chain for higher-value farm-raised fish.
An Acclaimed Career
CALS alumnus Cassius Williams was honored recently for his long record of volunteerism and support of the university with the 2018 Jerry and Elizabeth Godwin Red Torch Award.
You Decide: What Should Be Done About Income Inequality?
The gap in income inequality has been steadily climbing over the years. What factors into this gap, and is there anything that can be done to lessen it?
Aimutis Tapped to Lead N.C. Food Processing Innovation Center
An R&D expert with more than 30 years of experience in corporate and academic settings, Bill Aimutis has been named director of the North Carolina Food Processing Innovation Center (FPIC), a one-of-a-kind enterprise housed in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
Economic Perspective: The Next Recession
After a recent survey, when do members of the National Association of Business Economists think the next recession could be?
It’s “Cheep”: Poults (And Future State Fair Contenders) For NC Youth
Last week, parents, teachers, Extension workers and kids from across the state flocked to CALS' Poultry Teaching Unit to pick up baby turkeys – called "poults" – they hope to raise into prizewinners at the annual NC State Fair.