Patterson and Ristaino Receive Awards for International Impact
Congratulation to CALS faculty members Bob Patterson and Jean Ristaino, who were honored recently at NC State’s annual Global Engagement Exposition.
You Decide: What’s the Best ‘ISM’ for the Economy?
With various ways of organizing an economy, what are people saying about the different ideas out there?
Economic Perspective: Alternative Healthcare Models
What are the various healthcare models that exist in the world?
Non-Traditional: Full-Time Student, Full-Time Worker
Hunter Landis is pursuing a master's degree in horticultural science – while working full-time as an agronomist at the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, where he advises plant growers on ways to improve crop production.
Study Upends “Dogma” on Malarial Drug Component
An NC State study sheds new light on the availability of a plant component critical for malaria treatment.
New Class of William Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professors Selected
Dean Linton recently announced that six outstanding faculty members have been named winners of one of the college's highest awards.
Studying “City Fish”: Applied Ecology’s Emilee Briggs
Every year, the Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center funds a multi-disciplinary cohort of Global Change Fellows representing colleges across NC State University. This year's CALS representative is Emilee Briggs, who conducts applied research on streams.
Extension Announces AgVentures Grant Winners
As winners of the 2019 N.C. AgVentures cost-share grants, 34 North Carolina farmers will receive funding to help grow, diversify or implement new entrepreneurial plans in their operations or communities this year.
Student Spotlight: Juan Ascencio Makes His Mark In Meat Contest
Juan Ascencio heads to Germany in May after winning seven medals in an international charcuterie contest.
Arboretum’s Annual Garden Party, Rare Plant Auction Set for May 5
Make plans now to attend the JC Raulston Arboretum's annual spring garden party and plant auction on May 5.