Newswire

Apr 24, 2019

Nontraditional: Full-Time Student, Full-Time Worker

Hunter Landis is pursuing a master's degree in horticultural science – while working full-time as an agronomist at the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, where he advises plant growers on ways to improve crop production.

Apr 17, 2019

Day in the Life: Monica Richmond

Our new video series "A Day in the Life" kicks off with food science senior Monica Richmond, who took us around campus for a glimpse into her day as a College of Agriculture and Life Sciences student. 

Apr 17, 2019

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.

Apr 16, 2019

Extension Helps Partners With Tailored Solutions for Physical Activity, Healthy Eating

NC State Extension project builds partnerships promoting healthy eating and physical activity to help prevent chronic disease.

Apr 15, 2019

Economic Perspective: Status of Household Debt

Too much debt can wreck personal finances, and on a grander scale the economy. What is the outlook right now for debt in our society?

Apr 15, 2019

Coastal Entrepreneur – And CALS Senior

Aquaculture is the fastest-growing food sector in the world. Charles Eason and his new business are diving in, thanks to the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics.

Apr 12, 2019

You Decide: How Does North Carolina Stack Up On Taxes?

Have you ever wondered how North Carolina stacks up against other states on taxes?

Apr 10, 2019

Partner Profile: Novozymes Strengthens Research Partnership with NC State

“Great science and great relationships can create great things,” says Novozymes’ president for the Americas before signing a major research agreement with NC State.

Apr 10, 2019

Economic Perspective: Auto Subscriptions

Is there a new way to get your hands on a vehicle besides buying or leasing?

Apr 5, 2019

New Project to Strengthen Local Food Systems in Western NC

The Appalachian Regional Commission has awarded the Center for Environmental Farming Systems $1.1 million to work on sustainable food systems in seven mountain counties in North Carolina.