USDA to Fund NC State-Led Group on COVID-19 Food Safety
NC State experts are leading a national team that will study and share recommendations on preventing transmission of the novel coronavirus at every stage of food production.
Extending a Helping Hand
Across North Carolina, NC State Extension stands in the gap between high tech and high touch for the state’s citizens. Providing services to all 100 counties in “normal” times takes the tireless efforts of hundreds of NC State Extension workers. […]
How Much Do You Know About Agriculture in North Carolina?
Agriculture and agribusiness is North Carolina’s No. 1 industry. North Carolina boasts the third most diverse agriculture economy in the U.S., with more than 80 commercial crops and a large animal agriculture presence. While agriculture has always been a […]
Farmer of the Year James Lamb Innovates in Two Roles
Clinton, NC Strategy: Combining off-farm employment with contract farming What a long way North Carolina’s 2020 Farmer of the Year James Lamb has come since March 19, 1990. Lamb’s life changed forever that day, when his dad died suddenly. He […]
Biochemistry Master’s Students Ahead of the Curve
Ashley Campos jokes that she did things backwards. It’s more accurate to say she was ahead of the curve. Eager to be among the first in NC State’s Interdisciplinary Biochemistry Master’s Program (IBMP) in 2018, she filled out the application […]
Sean Chen Brings Research Expertise and More to PDPS
Get to know Sean Chen. The newest addition to the PDPS and CALS faculty, he's a vet with deep research expertise, a range of hobbies and a desire to collaborate.
Global Health: Antimicrobial Resistance Tracking Programs Awarded New Funding
The funding supports the global GenomeTrakr program and the National Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring System at the CVM.
A New Track: Malheiros Moves Into Reproductive Physiology Position
We're excited that long-time colleague Ramon Malheiros transitioned in July to a tenure-track position emphasizing poultry reproductive physiology, and plans to continue and expand his collaborations.
Arcobacter Abundant in Hurricane Florence Floodwaters
Post-hurricane floodwaters reveal abundance of Arcobacter, an emerging pathogen.
One-on-One with NC State Extension’s Rich Bonanno
Bonanno discusses the challenges North Carolina agriculture faces today and how NC State Extension, the organization he leads, works to keep the industry at the forefront of the state’s economy.