Next Up: Americorps
CALS opened troves of opportunities for graduating senior Kati Scruggs, from ethnographic research in the western highlands of Guatemala to leading the 2017 Krispy Kreme Challenge.
Rhinos On The Resume: International Experience Bolsters Future Plans
When wildlife conservation students step off the plane into South Africa, they walk into long days, hard work – and a pre-veterinary experience like no other.
CALS Students Named FFAR Fellows
The Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research today announced 17 inaugural fellows -- including three CALS grad students -- for a Graduate Training Program in Food and Agriculture Science.
BAE Student Selected for ACC Fellowship Program
Carrie Sanford, a student in the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering (BAE), was selected for the Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Consortium (ACC AC) Fellows Program in Creativity and Innovation.
New Merit Scholarship Will Assist Incoming Production Agriculture Students
A new scholarship that covers tuition, books and fees is available for an outstanding student with plans to major in production agriculture.
National Dairy Challenge Prize for CALS Team
Four CALS students took home scholarships and national honors this month as one of four winning teams at the North American Intercollegiate Dairy Challenge (NAIDC) in Visalia, California.
Students Soar in Multicultural Scholars Program
A unique scholarship program provides opportunities for outstanding students from groups that are traditionally underrepresented in the food and agricultural sciences.
Ag Policy Leadership Program Accepting Applications
Rising juniors and seniors in NC State's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences are invited to apply to be 2017 Warren Leadership and Public Policy Fellows. Applications are due Nov. 1.
Food Science Grad Students Win National Product Development Competition
Food science grad students Currey Nobles and Travis Tennant took home top honors in the university division of the 2016 American Cured Meat Championships.
Ph.D. student wins for national poster presentation
At the American Phytopathological Society's recent annual meeting, a poster presentation by NC State University Plant Pathology Ph.D. student Alsayed M. Mashaheet and his co-authors was among five winners of the 2016 APS Phytobiomes Journal Poster Award, sponsored by the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation.