Sep 23, 2022
There are few public issues that create more debate than the social safety net. What is it and how does it affect North Carolina's economy?
Catherine LePrevost is leading an interdisciplinary and cross-institutional program that creates a pathway for undergraduate students from agricultural backgrounds to become care providers, educators, and researchers working in farmworker health and safety.
Sep 22, 2022
From polio to scarlet fever, the world is seeing an increase in public health challenges. Why?
Sep 21, 2022
North Carolina State University is delighted to announce the first award of the full-tuition Connie and Durwood Laughinghouse Agronomy Scholarship to Duplin County, North Carolina, native Colden Bradshaw.
Sep 20, 2022
As a former culinary instructor, graduate student Riya Magiya wanted to better understand the science behind keeping food healthy and safe.
North Carolina has over 250 vineyards and 150 wineries with an overall industry economic impact of over $2 billion per year. Kyle Freedman uses his passion for horticulture to bolster the industry through the study of grape production and winemaking.
Sep 16, 2022
Alease Hancock spent decades helping and mentoring students at NC State’s Agricultural Institute. Upon her retirement at the end of May, a scholarship was created to honor her spirit and dedication to AGI.
Sep 15, 2022
A team of applied ecology researchers have the plan and resources to bring the magnificent ramshorn back before it's too late.
Sep 14, 2022
Just because summer is ending doesn’t mean your garden has to! Here are a few ways to keep your green thumb active this fall.
Renee Long, an undergraduate student in the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, traveled to Valencia, Spain, this summer with the Sustainable Entrepreneurship study abroad program.