Youth Partner With Food Banks In Chicken Project
It doesn’t get more local than the Coastal Plains Chicken Project: aided by the Prestage Department of Poultry Science, the chickens were raised by local youth, processed by local experts and distributed to local food banks.
High School’s Not Too Early For Internships – Just Ask Addison Furr
Raleigh Charter High School senior Addison Furr talks the challenges and triumphs of tackling internships early – in her case, with the North Carolina Agricultural Research Service.
Easing Suffering Through Biochemistry: Sayan Chakraborty
Inspired by his time working in an HIV clinic, Sayan Chakraborty is on a biochemistry-based quest for ever-better medicines to ease human suffering.
Non-Traditional: Devoted Dad and Ph.D. Candidate – On Active Duty for the U.S. Army
U.S. Army Major Drew Reinbold-Wasson has a lot to juggle: family, school and his 14th year of active duty military service. He shares his unique (and very busy) perspective on being a dad.
Making Crops Resilient
International, interdisciplinary project featuring ten CALS researchers will focus on microbial interactions with wheat.
What Has Fatherhood Taught You? We Ask Some of CALS’ Great Dads
From Ph.D. candidates to the dean himself, we asked some of the dads in our midst for their thoughts on fatherhood, just in time for Father's Day.
Rhinos On The Resume: International Experience Bolsters Future Plans
When wildlife conservation students step off the plane into South Africa, they walk into long days, hard work – and a pre-veterinary experience like no other.
Could The Stanley Cup Spread Disease?
Since the Stanley Cup was first awarded to hockey champions in 1893, one of its many traditions is for members of the winning team to drink from the Cup. For CALS food safety experts, that raises the question: could the Stanley Cup spread disease?
A Day In The Life: Graduate with Harrison Walker
Harrison Walker (and his buddy Nick) take you along for their graduation: the sea of red caps, the pre-ceremony dance party – and a surprise cameo from Chancellor Randy Woodson.
Looking For A Farm? Meet Your Online Matchmaker.
The NC FarmLink program works with landowners and producers to maintain databases of available farmland and farmers looking for land. Land seekers can develop a profile, while farmers and landowners can develop property profiles to describe the land they want to sell, lease or share.