BAE Graduate Program Surges in National Rankings
In the 2020 U.S. News and World Report rankings, BAE was ranked No. 4 among biological and agricultural engineering graduate programs.
Don’t Stress: Keeping Turkeys Cool
Researchers use a new technique to optimize environmental conditions for turkeys so they don't overheat.
Emerging Research Showcase Connects Faculty with Partners
In October, seven faculty members presented their innovative food animal research to potential industry partners at the second Emerging Research Showcase.
Non-Traditional: From Art School To Motherhood To Ag Engineering
At age 46, Alison Deviney has gone back to class – and it's very different this time around.
Solving Swine Lagoon Sludge
Sludge at the bottom of swine lagoons is a major challenge for farmers. But what if that sludge could be removed and used not only as fertilizer, but for renewable energy as well?
Studying Water Management In Europe
Before last summer, Biological and Agricultural Engineering senior Sam Blackman had never left the United States.
AgPack Strong: “NC State Changed My Life”
Patent attorney and eastern North Carolina farm kid Larry Coats reflects on his time at CALS and the impact of the college on his career trajectory.
CALS Behind-The-Scenes: Visionary Leadership
We write a lot about our great faculty and students here at CALS — but out of the public eye, our staff and administration grow talent and opportunities on campus and across the state. Here’s a glimpse into the strategic thinking of our four new department heads and their grand vision for what's next.
Water Warrior: Simon Gregg
Masters candidate Simon Gregg is so passionate about the importance of good wastewater management, he investigates it both at CALS and on his own time.
#AgPackStrong: Sepideh Saidi
Founder of top civil engineering firm SEPI, CALS grad Sepideh Saidi has been named one of the top 20 CEOs in the Triangle – and a 2016 Outstanding Alumnus of the Year for the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering. […]