10 Ways to Survive Dead Week
CALS students are buckling down, studying hard and trying to stay awake. Here are ten tips for getting through this end-of-the-year mad dash.
The Challenges of Chocolate
The NCSU Libraries will debut a new exhibit based on a chapter devoted entirely to the fragile history of cacao, cocoa and chocolate in Rob Dunn’s new book, Never Out of Season.
Despite Rain, Farm Animal Days Delights
Each spring CALS throws open the barn doors to thousands of area school children, teachers and families for a unique hands-on experience with agriculture.
NAS Committee Responds to Critique of Gene Engineering Report
Fred Gould, William Neal Reynolds Professor of Agriculture, authored a letter published this week in Nature Biotechnology. The letter is a response to a critique of a report by a NAS committee chaired by Gould on genetically-engineered crops.
Lee Ivy Wins 2017 Gertrude Cox Award
Lee Ivy of the CALS Department of Horticultural Science won the 2017 Gertrude Cox Award for Innovative Excellence in Teaching and Learning with Technology. He partnered with DELTA on his award-winning Home Horticulture course.
AgPack Strong: An Unexpected Path to Success
Wesley Wilson never imagined he'd be president of a company by age 29. Find out how CALS helped guide him toward a career he loves.
Celebrating the Extraordinary
NC State has launched the most ambitious capital campaign in university history. And CALS is front and center, well on its way to raising 25 percent of the total $1.6 billion goal.
Study IDs Ways to Encourage ‘Refuge’ Planting, Slowing Resistance to Bt Crops
A study finds a shortfall in the amount of “refuge” cropland being planted in NC – increasing the rate at which crop pests evolve the ability to devour genetically engineered Bt crops.
Student Spotlight: Five Questions with Brock Deatherage
Baseball season -- that beloved harbinger of spring -- is in full swing, and CALS student Brock Deatherage is front and center for the Wolfpack.
From Brickyard to Barnyard
For one week out of the year, the heart of NC State’s campus transforms into a living, breathing barnyard. The goal? Educate city-dwellers on the importance of agriculture.