Murphy Named Assistant Dean for Advancement
Sonia Murphy is the new assistant dean for advancement in NC State University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
Interim Leaders Named for CALS Advancement and Foundations
As the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences prepares for a national search for the executive director of its advancement programs, two staff members have been tapped as interim leaders.
JC Raulston Arboretum’s New Grand Entrance Open Every Day of the Year
Fun for people of all ages and free to the public, NC State's JC Raulston Arboretum is ready to debut its unique new pedestrian gate.
Football With a Side of Agriculture
Nearly 1,000 CALS alumni and friends enjoyed the 25th annual Tailgate -- the largest celebration of its kind at NC State.
Students in Large-Scale Organic Agriculture to Benefit from Gift
A new endowment, funded by Frank and Judi Grainger, will support undergraduate students pursuing hands-on research and travel experiences related to organic crop production.
Voters Continue Nickels for Know-How Support
In a recent statewide referendum, users of fertilizer and feed voted overwhelmingly to continue a self-assessment supporting agricultural research, extension, and teaching programs in NC State University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
Nickels for Know-How Check-off Vote Set for Nov. 1
North Carolina users of fertilizer and feed can vote Nov. 1 in Nickels for Know-How, a self-assessed check-off that supports CALS' agricultural research, teaching and extension programs.
Mr. Sweet Potato’s Legacy
North Carolina’s sweet potato growers are building an endowment at NC State to ensure that a most successful university-industry partnership endures. It honors Henry M. Covington, a longtime extension specialist whose research and partnerships spurred the industry's growth.
Recognizing CALS philanthropists and recipients
Student scholars get to know donors and agricultural leaders during an annual thank-you event, and Windell and Judy Talley are recognized for their $1 million commitment.
Farm Bureau gift to enhance plant sciences
With strong grassroots support, an initiative aimed at making North Carolina the global hub for plant sciences innovation got a big boost when the North Carolina Farm Bureau Federation pledged $500,000 to start the Seeds of Success Fund.