Honoring a Legacy: Andrea Rubio Receives First Award in Honor of Dr. John Thomas Brake
A memorial endowment set up by the late Dr. John Brake's family honors his legacy and helps fund graduate student education. Andrea Rubio, the first recipient of the memorial graduate award, shares her journey.
Goodnight Scholars to Join CALS
Four new students will explore their interests in biochemistry, sustainable agriculture, plant biology and horticulture, with support from a full-tuition scholarship.
CALS Graduate Student Named Fulbright Scholar
CALS graduate student Tsz Wai “Sammi” Wong is one of six NC State graduate students named as a Fulbright Scholar for the 2020-21 academic year.
Dedicated to Agricultural Education and Wolfpack Traditions
Mary Kate Morgan, a senior in the Department of Agricultural and Human Sciences, is one of this year’s Mathews Medal recipients.
An Extraordinary Opportunity
Taylor Rhodes says receiving the Gordon Family Farm-to-Philanthropy Program scholarship was a blessing that changed her life.
Congratulating CALS Outstanding Class of 2020
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences recognizes and celebrates some of its many outstanding graduates in the Class of 2020.
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.
Horticulture Professor Paying it Forward
Professor Todd Wehner and his wife DelMarie created the Wehner Horticulture Fellowship Endowment to assist NC State graduate students interested in horticulture studies.
A ‘Big Red Letter’ Changed Everything
Nutrition science major Dorcas Mabiala’s extraordinary experiences at NC State have included undergraduate research and involvement with the Albright Entrepreneurs Village, University Tutorial Center and TRIO Support Services.
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.