Sep 6, 2023
CALS alumnus Cole Smith brings pest management research to fields across the state as part of his role with the IR-4 Project.
Aug 9, 2023
Join North Carolina's first-ever statewide pollinator count on Aug. 18-19. All you need is a spot with flowering plants you can observe for 15 minutes.
Aug 8, 2023
Through networking at a conference, Peyton Gardner, a senior studying horticultural science and communication, landed a dream summer internship at BASF.
Aug 2, 2023
A Ph.D. from North Carolina State University prepared Ray Jacobs for a fruitful career as a subtropical plant breeder with Driscoll’s.
Jul 5, 2023
Horticultural Science alumnus Locke Rosser spent a year learning about plants internationally thanks to friendships he made at NC State.
Jun 20, 2023
NC State’s youngest corpse flower, Wolfgang, bloomed for the first time at the JC Raulston Arboretum.
May 2, 2023
A specialized degree in agroecology brought Charlotte Yancey to NC State. Small classes, helpful professors and leadership opportunities prepared her for the professional opportunities ahead.
Apr 28, 2023
Andrew Pfeifer will be graduating this semester with a bachelor’s degree in horticultural science and minors in entomology and biological science.
Apr 25, 2023
Graduate student Jasmine Gibson is leading the transformation of a grassy patch next to the D.S. Weaver Laboratories into an active, educational space that promotes urban horticulture and farming practices.
Apr 10, 2023
Where do people, plants and profit converge? Assistant Professor Melinda Knuth and her lab study the intersections between horticulture, personal well-being and consumer interest.