Economic Perspective: Is There A Looming Debt Crisis?
Is there a looming debt crisis like during the Great Recession?
Celebrating Successes in the Walk with Faithful Families Challenge
The Youth, Family, and Community Sciences graduate program publishes a monthly blog written by students and alumni sharing important topics and helpful resources related to the field of family science. The latest post highlights the Faithful Families walking challenge held virtually this summer.
Allen Named Associate Director for Academic Programs
The youth, family and community sciences professor will coordinate student success programs, lead graduate programs and manage distance education, summer school and non-credit course programs.
YFCS August Blog: Police Engagement Among Individuals with Developmental Differences
Emily Ragland, an alum of the online Master of Youth, Family, and Community Sciences program and owner and founder of communiTEAM LLC, shares her perspective in the latest YFCS blog.
Mental Health and the Pandemic: A Professor’s Struggle with Bulimia
The COVID-19 pandemic has created hardship and stress for many. Immediately we think about the number of jobs lost and not necessarily mental health. Lindsey Haynes-Maslow, an associate professor and extension specialist, shares her struggle with bulimia.
Alumna Helps Guide Watauga County into a Trauma-Informed Community
Recent CALS graduate Hayley Bayne is one of several volunteers helping her town become a more a more trauma-informed and compassionate community.
Building Strong Stepfamilies
The Youth, Family, and Community Sciences graduate program publishes a monthly blog written by students and alumni sharing important topics and helpful resources related to the field of family science. In the latest post, Rhonda Peters provides positive parenting techniques to help ease major family transitions.
In the Cards
Extension family and consumer sciences professionals across North Carolina are working together to ensure families in crisis have the information they need to bring healthy, safe meals to the table.
The Dine-In Revival
Stay-at-home guidelines have eased, and many North Carolina restaurants are reopening their dining rooms. In the latest episode of CALS' Farms, Food and You podcast, learn more about COVID-19's impact on the restaurant industry, what the industry is doing to protect patrons and workers, and how you can help keep yourself and your community safe and healthy should you go out.
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.