Fighting Child Malnutrition In Haiti — With Goats
For more than a decade, Professor Charlotte Farin and the NC State Haiti Goat Project have joined the country’s struggle against rampant childhood malnutrition. Now they plan to expand, doubling the number of protein-rich meals provided to schools each month.
Dole Appointed Associate Dean
Dr. John Dole has been appointed associate dean and director of academic programs for NC State University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
Daubert Named MU Vice Chancellor and Dean
Christopher R. Daubert, head of the NC State Department of Food, Bioprocessing and Nutrition Sciences, has been named vice chancellor and dean of the College of Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources at the University of Missouri, effective August 1.
The Boll Weevil War, or How Farmers and Scientists Saved Cotton in the South
Dominic Reisig, NC State associate professor of entomology, recently published an article on the university's research blog about efforts to eradicate the South's most (in)famous plant pest.
Jaykus Wins University’s Top Honor
Lee-Ann Jaykus, William Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professor in the Department of Food, Bioprocessing and Nutrition Sciences, has been awarded the Alexander Quarles Holladay Medal for Excellence.
‘Princess Pheromone’ Tells Ants Which Larvae Are Destined to Be Queens
For Indian jumping ants (Harpegnathos saltator), becoming royalty is all about timing.
CALS faculty honored by students through the NC State Thank a Teacher program skyrocket past expectations. Here, their students tell us how.
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.
Extension Specialist Addresses U.S. House Ag Committee
NC State's Guido van der Hoeven talks with the U.S. House of Representatives' Committee on Agriculture about the impact of current tax laws.
The Importance of Seeds: a Q&A with Rob Dunn
There is little genetic diversity among the crops that are most important for feeding people around the world. Rob Dunn's new book explores this issue and why it matters.