CALS Tailgate at Home
Join alumni, family and friends on October 17, 2020 for the 29th Annual CALS Tailgate At Home. The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Tailgate has a proud tradition of providing family-friendly fun and highlighting the people, programs and partners […]
Curious, Creative, Connected, Caring
Throughout his NC State career, engineer Mike Boyette has used these four Cs as a guide for transforming North Carolina agriculture and cultivating a cadre of alumni committed to making a difference.
COVID-19 Resources for Alumni
The NC State Alumni Association has put together resources for members of the Pack who have been impacted by the coronavirus.
New Chair Unites CALS, PCOM on the International Stage
A generous gift from three-time NC State alumnus and former chair of the Board of Trustees Dr. James “Jim” W. Owens will advance cross-college collaboration and the university’s international reputation.
More PEAS, Please!
NC State collaborates on a new research project designed to build preschool teachers’ STEM knowledge, skills and confidence.
“Mr. Christmas” is N.C. Farmer of the Year: CALS’ Own Johnny Wishon
In the mountains near Sparta, they call him “Mr. Christmas,” but these days, NC State alum and Christmas-tree farmer Johnny Wishon is known as North Carolina’s 2019 Farmer of the Year.
Grad Pursues the Art and Science of Horticulture
For alumna Brittany Bell, horticulture science has been a fulfilling way to marry a love of art and science.
“I Call Them My Baby Girls”: AGI Grad Named Pig Farmer Of Tomorrow
NC State Agricultural Institute graduate Bailee Arnold lives in the suburbs and didn’t grow up with agriculture, but she’s managing a 4,000-head sow farm and was recently named a 2019 Pig Farmer of Tomorrow.
It’s (Almost) Tailgate Time!
Join us for CALS Tailgate -- the college's largest alumni event -- before the Wolfpack takes on Georgia State on Saturday, Sept. 8. In a family-friendly atmosphere, CALS Tailgate highlights the people, programs and partners that make the college great.
The Long Run
CALS alumnus Robert Moore will face mountains and the summer heat to run the equivalent of six marathons in six days. His goal: raising awareness of multiple sclerosis, a disease he’s dealt with since he was a student at NC State 10 years ago.