Making Hay: 4-H’ers Use Hay Bales to Spread Messages of Fun and Learning
What do fidget spinners, wise owls and gumball machines have in common? They are among the symbols young people used at the State Fair this year to spread the 4-H message.
Murphy Named Assistant Dean for Advancement
Sonia Murphy is the new assistant dean for advancement in NC State University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
Economic Perspective: Tax Cuts And Economic Growth
With the current administration releasing it's proposal for tax reform, Mike Walden looks at if the changes could spur economic and job growth.
You Decide: What Will North Carolina Be Like In 2050?
Dr. Mike Walden gives a preview into his new book, and predicts what the state of North Carolina will be in the year 2050.
Not Your Ordinary Summer Internships
Whether on Capitol Hill or at the North Carolina General Assembly, three exceptional CALS students had once-in-a-lifetime experiences.
Extension to Take Part in Upcoming Rural Assembly
Rural leadership is the topic of next month’s Rural Assembly in Raleigh, and NC State Extension will be there, highlighting some of its top programs aimed at promoting prosperity in the state’s rural communities.
Student Spotlight: Passion for Ag Turns into Life Calling
Four years ago Abby Whitaker was confident that CALS was the place to pursue her passion for agriculture, and today she’s surer than ever.
CALS Student Helps “Lil’ Aggies” Make Big Splash at State Fair
Sophomore ag education major Rachel Brown is already living her dream, teaching nine students the ins and outs of animal agriculture and showing them the ropes at the N.C. State Fair.
Economic Perspective: Can A Slowing Auto Market Endanger The Economy?
After sizzling for several years there are worrisome signs in the auto buying market. Should we be concerned?
Student Spotlight: Avery’s Adventure
CALS student Avery Bartlett-Golden followed his ambition to Spain, where he gained a fresh perspective on horticulture and landscape architecture.