Non-Traditional: From Art School To Motherhood To Ag Engineering
At age 46, Alison Deviney has gone back to class – and it's very different this time around.
A safe, abundant water supply for all
The Nov. 2 Stewards Of The Future: Water for a Growing World conference will provide international, national and state level perspectives on issues of water quantity and quality.
CALS student named national FFA New Century Farmer
The Future Farmers of America recently named CALS student Cara Pace one of its 50 New Century Farmers for 2015.
Stewards of the Future registration open
Registration is open for “Stewards of the Future: Water for a Growing World,” a conference hosted by the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences that will focus on issues of water quantity and quality.
Food Science team wins national competition
A team of graduate students from the NC State Department of Food, Bioprocessing and Nutrition Sciences has been selected winner in the National Dairy Council New Product Competition for their product, "Shake and Go Kefir."
N.C. Food Manufacturing Task Force takes shape
Seated around a large table anchored by North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory, members of the state's new Food Manufacturing Task Force convened for the first time on June 18. The task force, created by executive order this spring, is made up of 30 representatives of all aspects of food manufacturing, from farming to transportation to economic development.
Dean Linton to chair N.C. Food Manufacturing Task Force
N.C. Gov. Pat McCrory, along with N.C. State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Dean Richard Linton and N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Commissioner Steve Troxler, today will announce the creation of the North Carolina Food Manufacturing Task Force. The announcement will take place Thursday, June 18, at 2 p.m. at the Gov. James G. Martin Building on the North Carolina State Fairgrounds. Media are invited to attend.
Bacterial genome scalpel can identify key gene regions
In a study that twists nature’s arm to gain clues into the varied functions of the bacterial genome, North Carolina State University researchers utilize a precision scalpel to excise target genomic regions that are expendable.
SAVE THE DATE: ‘Stewards of the Future’ to focus on water
Stewards of the Future: Water for a Growing World, hosted by the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, will provide international, national and state level perspectives on issues of water quantity and quality. Participants will explore how North Carolina and its global partners can provide leadership toward the goal of ensuring water resiliency for North Carolina and a growing world.
CALS Proud initiative kicks off with staff workshop
Have you ever run a marathon? Do you like spicy food? Can you name all the members of the Beatles? These questions, among many others that reverberated throughout a crowded room in the Witherspoon Student Center, helped break the ice – and set the tone – for the college’s inaugural “CALS Proud” staff workshop.