Cancer Research Personal for CALS Student
Brianna Harvey, a double major in biochemistry and human biology, wants to be a catalyst in helping to find a cure for cancer. Her mission is a bit personal.
Focused on Problem-Solving and Advocacy
NC State student Peyton Gardner plans to leave this world better than she found it by the work she’s doing at the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
Grad Student Wants to Improve Plant Productivity, Food Access
Danielle Cooney, a graduate student in the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, studies ways to improve soybean production by understanding how the crop interacts with fungi in the soil.
A Champion Beyond the Court
Impactful and purposeful might be the best way to describe College of Agriculture and Life Sciences alum and former NC State basketball player Sam Hunt.
Love Grows on NC Farms
Lindsey Tyson grew up riding on tractors in Spring Hope, North Carolina. For five generations her family has farmed 150 acres, including a mix of chickens and row crops. Now she's about to take her turn at the wheel.
My Degree ‘Opened Doors for Me’
Student Caleb Beavers shares advice to prospective students and how earning his Agricultural Business Management degree has opened doors for him.
Streamlining Biofuel Fermentation Processes
Undergraduate student Erin Cooper likes making things more efficient, easier and faster. She’s working with advisor Dr. Mari Chinn to streamline ethanol fermentation using biomass sorghum as a starting material.
Researching Climate Change Effects in Costa Rica
Applied Ecology student Ana Meza Salazar is looking at how climate change might alter stream ecosystems in Costa Rica via acidification.
An Opportunity to Learn and Lead
Rachel Walter's summer 2019 internship was a great experience that has poised her for greater positions of responsibility in the future.
Leadership and adventure were part of the package for two outstanding Agricultural Institute students who’ll be graduating soon.