An Innovative Future
For the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, 2019 was a transformational year that has positioned the college for a more innovative and pioneering 2020.
Horticulture Professor Paying it Forward
Professor Todd Wehner and his wife DelMarie created the Wehner Horticulture Fellowship Endowment to assist NC State graduate students interested in horticulture studies.
Economic Perspective: Keeping Employees
Are there some new methods that businesses are using to keep their employees?
Oh, Christmas Tree
NC State Extension, the College of Natural Resources and the state agriculture department work together to literally seed the future of North Carolina’s Christmas tree farms.
Six Decades of Dedication: Zack Ladd
Loyal. Faithful. Gregarious. Those are just a few words to describe College of Agriculture and Life Sciences alumnus Zack Ladd (B.S. ’58) and the three generations of his family that attended and supported NC State.
Drone Technology to Help NC Christmas Tree Growers
A partnership between our Christmas Tree Extension Team and Center for Geospatial Analytics will test how unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs, or drones) can help N.C. Christmas tree growers monitor tree size and health.
John Dole Recognized with Distinguished Alumni Award
The CALS academic programs associate dean received the honor from the University of Minnesota. His work garners an international reputation in floricultural crop production and handling and use of cut flowers.
Economic Perspective: Costs of Living
Cost of living gets thrown around a lot, but can that vary within a state as well as across the country?
You Decide: Are Mini-Cities in Our Future?
What is a mini-city, and how are they being used to build communities?
Ambassador Visit Highlights Partnerships Near and Far
As the North Carolina Plant Sciences Initiative continues to take shape, partnerships between VIB, a Belgian life sciences institute, and NC State University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences are growing.