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.
Research in Bloom: The JC Raulston Arboretum
Read how this living laboratory's exceptional collection supports the university's mission.
Freshmen To Seniors: Reflecting On The Journey
At graduation each year, Animal Science seniors get a chance to turn back the clock: Professor Billy Flowers hands them their freshman-year responses to a survey asking about their hopes, experience and dreams for the future. Right before this year's spring ceremony, we caught up with a few.
Howling Cow Ice Cream Available in More Harris Teeter Stores
The State Fair and NC State campus delectable treat will be available for purchase at an additional 30 Harris Teeter locations across central and eastern North Carolina.
10,000 Square Feet Of Sweet (Potato) Promise: Four New Greenhouses Dedicated
The 10,000 square feet of new growing space are allotted for the annual production of certified elite sweetpotato plants. Starting with certified disease-free plants has enormous benefits for growers: increased yields, better quality and reduced pesticide use.
Lionfish Genes Studied for Clues to Invasive Prowess
Known to be shadowy and furtive in their native Pacific waters, lionfish – freed from Pacific predators – become voracious predators in the Atlantic, responsible for massive reef fish kills, devastating economically important grouper and snapper.
Kraus Coordinates Student Success (And Wins An Award)
In the language of her specialty, Helen Kraus (’89, ’92 M.S., ’95 Ph.D.) might be regarded as something of a hybrid. She’s not only an associate professor of horticulture, but also the department’s undergraduate coordinator — a dual role she describes as “the perfect job.”
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.
Coastal Entrepreneur – And CALS Senior
Aquaculture is the fastest-growing food sector in the world. Charles Eason and his new business are diving in, thanks to the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics.