Knee-Deep in Dragonfly, Water Quality Research
April Sharp is an Applied Ecology minor, studying environmental sciences and entomology. She is researching the composition and distribution of aquatic macroinvertebrates like dragonflies.
You Decide: How Will the Economy Change After the Virus Crisis?
Society tends to change after crises. How could our society change after the current one has passed?
Moving Classes Online: Tips From Professor Kim Allen
NC State Extension specialist and associate professor Kim Allen has taught classes online for 10 years. She provides several tips for how to transition your classes online.
NC State Extension Launches Portal for COVID-19 Resources
NC State Extension specialists and subject matter experts launched a COVID-19 Resources and Information Portal to provide research-based information to help North Carolinians navigate the COVID-19 pandemic.
Combating Stress and Anxiety in Family Life
While stress is the new norm, NC State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences professor Kimberly Allen shares ways in which we can reduce stress and anxiety.
BAE Graduate Program Surges in National Rankings
In the 2020 U.S. News and World Report rankings, BAE was ranked No. 4 among biological and agricultural engineering graduate programs.
Partner Profile: DSM Strengthens Research Partnership with NC State
NC State and DSM Nutritional Products signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to enhance their research partnership studying animal gut health and nutrition, on Feb. 19.
Economic Perspective: Potential Government Responses to the Coronavirus
There are a few tactics being discusses as to how the government can respond to the coronavirus. What are they, and what are their implications?
Students Learn Plenty Despite Shortened Study Abroad Trip
Despite having their spring break study abroad program cut short due to the coronavirus pandemic, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences students and staff said it’s a learning experience they’ll never forget.
Spending unexpected time at home with the kids? NC State Extension's Liz Driscoll outlines five fun indoor projects to help keep everyone’s minds active and hands busy.