Far-red Light Enhances Density of Tomato Seedlings
Brandon Huber, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Horticultural Science, shared some of his tomato research so that we may better understand indoor controlled environmental horticulture and its impact on young plant production.
Ph.D. Student Using Drones to Map, Treat Invasive Plant Species
Andrew Howell, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences. A large part of his research explores the use of unmanned aerial systems for mapping and treating invasive plant species.
CALS Jefferson Scholar Awarded AKC Humane Fund Scholarship
CALS Jefferson Scholar Safari Richardson is one of just five veterinary students nationwide to receive this year’s Sir John D. Spurling Scholarship from the American Kennel Club Humane Fund.
Introducing the Newest Members of Our Pack
While we're excited to welcome our newest students to the CALS family, we also know they went through a lot to get here. Head on over to our Instagram page to see some of their stories and why they chose to run with the Pack.
Student Turns Challenging Circumstance into Opportunity for Growth
Despite facing disappointment after a cancelled summer internship, Kailee decided to use her time to help others face the pandemic as well as boost her entrepreneurial skills.
Studying Abroad: My Experience as an NC State Online International Student
In the latest Youth, Family, and Community Sciences blog post, Alice Chen describes her experiences as an international student in the program.
There’s No Stopping Rachel Brown
Throughout her time at NC State, recent graduate Brown has been contributed eagerly and often to the college community and to the growth of school students. Not even the COVID-19 pandemic could slow her momentum.
A Love for Agriculture and Science
As one NC State chapter ends, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences graduate Felicia Shepard is excited to start her next — earning her Ph.D in genetics.
Until We Meet Again
Ph.D. graduate Matthew Warren leaves a legacy of nutrition research and peer mentoring at NC State as he takes on a new biomedical science position.
On his path toward a career in international development, Mark Watson has built an expansive portfolio. He's earned three majors, two minors and two concentrations; gained research experience in Lima, Peru, and at NC State; and developed and led a student club on the cutting-edge practice of vertical farming.