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Author: PJ Bogdan

Jul 21, 2021

An Uncommon Thread

Shelly Hunt recently enrolled in the Ag Data Sciences Certificate program. So far, it's proving to be the perfect complement to her studies, her field research, and her career goals. 

Roshni Panwala

Jul 12, 2021

Finding a Happy Medium

It wasn’t until Roshni Panwala took her fourth regulatory science class that she learned she was just one course shy from earning the only certificate of its kind in the nation: the Regulatory Science in Agriculture Certificate. 

Woman standing behind plants in a lab

Jul 2, 2021

CALS Researcher Awarded NSF Grant to Study Activation Domains

Associate Professor Ross Sozzani is one of the principal investigators on a new NSF grant to study activation domains on Arabidopsis plants. 

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Jul 2, 2021

Filling the Blanks in Regulatory Science

Jessica Vigna, a state regulatory manager leading a small team at Adama, is taking elective classes in the graduate-level Regulatory Science in Agriculture certificate program. 

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Jun 17, 2021

B-i-g Hiring Edge

Dan Jenkins, head of regulatory and quality for biotech company Pairwise, discusses the vital need for the United States’ only Regulatory Science in Agriculture Certificate program, housed right here at NC State. 

Jun 4, 2021

Bridging the Big Data Divide

The new and innovative Ag Data Science Certificate course is training students to meet the high demand for data science expertise in agriculture. 

The new NC State Plant Sciences Building, scheduled for completion in early 2022.

May 28, 2021

Pushing the Energy Efficiency Envelope

The NC State Plant Sciences Building, North Carolina’s new hub for next-generation research in the plant sciences, is now a nationally recognized hub for energy efficiency. 

Students conducting research in METRIC’s Dabney facility

May 6, 2021

Planned METRIC Satellite Facility to Support Next-Generation Plant Sciences Research

The Molecular Education, Technology and Research Innovation Center (METRIC) will open a satellite Core facility in the new NC Plant Sciences Building. The new facility will be home to state-of-the-art instruments that can detect how plants communicate. 

a young woman in a lab looking at seedlings

May 5, 2021

Leading the Pack in Ag Regulatory Science Education

NC State’s Regulatory Science in Agriculture certificate programs for undergraduate and graduate students are the first two in the nation developed specifically to prepare students and industry professionals for the complex world of agricultural regulation. 

Natalie Nelson

May 3, 2021

NC State Researcher Wins NSF Award to Study Impacts of ‘Sunny-Day Flooding’

After a visit with her family in St. Petersburg, Florida, Natalie Nelson was curious to see how flooding affects water quality, and this curiosity led to a five-year National Science Foundation research grant.