“It’s Not Where You Start – It’s Where You Finish”
Jeff Mullahey's first CALS application? Rejected. Today, two NC State diplomas hang above Mullahey’s desk as he leads the largest department in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
Extension Connections, Big Results
There’s a direct connection between Assistant Professor Benjamin Reading’s bass research and the tremendous early success of an Aurora fish hatchery – thanks to Aquaculture Extension Agent Mike Frinsko.
The One Who (Almost) Got Away
A junior double-major in poultry science and agricultural education, Susan Jones is now a CALS Ambassador representing the college. And we were one paragraph away from losing her.
I AM CALS
Brooklynn Newberry wanted to be the first in her limited-income family to get a degree. When her first CALS application was deferred, she chose an alternate path.
The Gift of Education
The late Dale Bone believed in the power of a college education – especially for those who couldn’t afford one. So he established a scholarship for the migrant workers and their families who worked on his successful farm.
Juntos Means “Together”
The Juntos program brings Latino parents and students in 8th through 12th grade together as they learn to navigate the school system, increase high school graduation rates and prepare for college.
#AgPackStrong: AGI Grad Jacob Tarlton Follows His Dream
Two years at the Agricultural Institute were life-changing for Jacob Tarlton, owner of Tarlton Helicopters in Union County.
The Distinguished Alumni Awards are granted each year to outstanding graduates of the college to recognize decades of stellar achievement and an ongoing commitment to giving back to NC State University. This year's winners embody both.
Food Safety – In Virtual Reality
NC State University food scientists harness the power of virtual reality to keep contaminants off your dinner plate – and to give our students the same training as the experts.
The Access Roundtable Discussion
In September 2016, Dean Richard Linton gathered representatives from industry, faculty, staff and students to ask crucial questions about student access: why it’s important and what CALS can do to secure North Carolina’s future.