Distinguished and Outstanding Alumni Honored
CALS celebrates its distinguished and outstanding alumni award winners for 2019. Richard Reich and Keith Shoemaker are honored for their contributions to agriculture in North Carolina and beyond.
Corpse Flower Returns
For the first time in years, this rare plant puts on a spectacular show – and makes a big stink. Lupin will bloom this week!
A Day In The Life: Graduate with Harrison Walker
Harrison Walker (and his buddy Nick) take you along for their graduation: the sea of red caps, the pre-ceremony dance party – and a surprise cameo from Chancellor Randy Woodson.
Howling Cow Ice Cream Available in More Harris Teeter Stores
The State Fair and NC State campus delectable treat will be available for purchase at an additional 30 Harris Teeter locations across central and eastern North Carolina.
10,000 Square Feet Of Sweet (Potato) Promise: Four New Greenhouses Dedicated
The 10,000 square feet of new growing space are allotted for the annual production of certified elite sweetpotato plants. Starting with certified disease-free plants has enormous benefits for growers: increased yields, better quality and reduced pesticide use.
Study Upends “Dogma” on Malarial Drug Component
An NC State study sheds new light on the availability of a plant component critical for malaria treatment.
Arboretum’s Annual Garden Party, Rare Plant Auction Set for May 5
Make plans now to attend the JC Raulston Arboretum's annual spring garden party and plant auction on May 5.
Agricultural Health and Safety Symposium and Anniversary Celebration
The 2019 Agricultural Health and Safety Symposium and 20th Anniversary Celebration will be held March 27 at the North Carolina Biotechnology Center in Durham.
Update: From Factory Floor To First-Generation College Student…To Graduation
Animal Science's Selena Ibarra has made it to graduation. It wasn't easy – but luckily, if there's one thing her life has taught her how to handle, it's hard work.
Creating Molecular Tools To Impact Plant Growth
NSF CAREER award winner Anna Stepanova is creating molecular tools to turn certain plant genes on and off at will. She also plans to create a new biotechnology class and start an outreach effort for high school students and their science teachers.