Mar 15, 2023
The legacy of Henry Steinmetz, an immigrant who helped design Nash Square in downtown Raleigh, lives on through an endowment to support the next generation of horticulturists.
Mar 13, 2023
A CALS education helped prepare Katherine Drake Stowe to lead a soybean consortium and serve as president of the NC State Alumni Association.
Mar 8, 2023
Nannette Smith was the first Black woman to earn a Ph.D. from NC State in 1973. What happened before and after she earned her doctorate in plant pathology? We caught up with her to find out.
Opportunity comes in many forms. Coastal AgroBusiness believes in developing students through scholarships and internships. Just ask their director of operations, Josh Allen, a former intern and Agricultural Institute graduate.
Feb 27, 2023
Biochemistry alumna Malone Friedman is enrolled in a training program where she will earn her M.D. and Ph.D. with a goal of treating pediatric patients and conducting medical research.
Feb 7, 2023
From meeting at NC State, to traveling the world, to rebuilding a family farm, CALS alumni Austin and Christina Wrenn do almost everything together, and they wouldn’t have it any other way.
Jan 19, 2023
Mandy Taylor has had a sweet career. The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences alumna is the current research and development early talent manager for Mars Wrigley.
Jan 16, 2023
Kristen Navaroli, a 2017 Biological and Agricultural Engineering graduate, is working to mitigate the effects of climate change and improve the living conditions of economically disadvantaged communities.
Jan 9, 2023
Sydney Seymour, a three-time alumnus from NC State’s Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering, owns an international consulting firm. He’s also passionate about training young engineers.
Dec 19, 2022
“Plays well with food” isn’t officially on Erica B. Hanchey’s resume, but it should be. A food scientist with a penchant for mentoring and giving back, Hanchey earned her BS in Food Science from NC State in 2001 and has been playing with food ever since. The other tenet she learned at NC State: it’s worth it to invest in people and education.