Oct 22, 2021
Thanks to the generosity of NC State Professor Emeritus George Kriz and his wife Rhoda, faculty in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences have the opportunity to take part in scholarly leave to work in other parts of the world.
How would a wealth tax play out if implemented and what are some possible outcomes?
A three-time NC State graduate helps develop new food products at work and shares Wolfpack traditions with a third generation at home.
Oct 20, 2021
Food insecurity — the inability to attain affordable, nutritious food — and food waste are global issues. At NC State University, research in agriculture and human health collide to discover solutions to these challenges in the Department of Food, Bioprocessing and Nutrition Sciences.
Brandon Huber, NC State alumnus, and Ricardo Hernandez, associate professor, share some of the science behind growing giant pumpkins that are displayed each year at the North Carolina State Fair.
An early passion for plants set the stage for Andrew Scruggs' career. The CALS alumnus and Bayer Crop Science employee works to test crop varieties and bring the best to farmers across the Carolinas and Tennessee.
Oct 14, 2021
The introduction of the NC State-licensed Brickyard red wine blend in partnership with Shelton Vineyards in Dobson, North Carolina, is a tribute to the state’s agricultural past and a significant driver for its future.
Dr. Annie Hardison-Moody, Director of Graduate Programs for YFCS, with colleagues from the Department of Sociology at NC State and the University of British Columbia were recently published in the journal Socius.
Oct 13, 2021
NCFIL Summer Intern Emilize Momplaisir spends her time working in the Test Kitchen, appreciating the use of NCFIL's technology and the team's guidance.
Oct 12, 2021
Julius Tillery is a longtime advocate for rural communities and Black farmers in North Carolina. The Black Cotton founder is the recipient of this year’s William C. Friday Award.