Zoo Veterinarian and CALS Grad Amanda Guthrie: “Be Fearless”
Amanda Guthrie is living her dream as senior veterinary officer at the ZSL London Zoo, overseeing the care of nearly 20,000 animals.
AgPack Strong: ‘It All Starts With Our Youth’
State FFA Coordinator Jason Davis took a quick break from convention week to talk with us about his journey and the power of youth development programs like FFA.
AgPack Strong: A World of Possibilities
Kim Shearer is the tree and shrub breeder at The Morton Arboretum in Lisle, Ill. Find out how she landed her dream job -- and why plants make her happy.
AgPack Strong: ‘If I Can Do It, Y’all Can, Too.’
A brain aneurysm in his first year at NC State may have slowed Ricardo Aldape down, but it didn't keep him from achieving his dream: graduating and continuing a career in agriculture.
#AgPackStrong: Sepideh Saidi
Founder of top civil engineering firm SEPI, CALS grad Sepideh Saidi has been named one of the top 20 CEOs in the Triangle – and a 2016 Outstanding Alumnus of the Year for the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering. […]
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.
AgPack Strong: Rachel Grantham’s Advice to Students
During her time at CALS, Smithfield's Rachel Grantham learned a lot about agricultural business management, networking – and the importance of keeping an open mind in your career.
CALS Alum to Advise President on Agriculture Economic Policy
CALS alumnus Ray Starling has been named special assistant to the U.S. president for agriculture, trade and food assistance by the National Economic Council.
AgPack Strong: Caitlin Boon Speaks Up For Food Safety
From a Wolfpack baby bottle and her first 4-H presentation at age 9, senior FDA official Caitlin Boon has a long history with the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
AgPack Strong: A Force of Nature
Armed with two NC State degrees and an unflinching desire to help others, Paula Woodall makes a real difference in the lives of youth and farmers alike.