Stories From 2021
Taking a Chance on Poultry Science
Soon-to-be NC State graduate Sophie Chance reflects on her four years at CALS and shares valuable advice with future students.
What is the Omicron Variant of COVID-19? And What Do We Know About It?
There’s still a lot we don’t know. But here’s what we do know.
Aaron Kiess: Focusing on Direct Industry Impact
Aaron Kiess, newly named Braswell Family Distinguished Professor in Commercial Layer Management, Physiology, or Nutrition, looks forward to conducting impactful research that will benefit the commercial layer industry in North Carolina.
FM 425 Works with DELTA to Create 3D Model Apps of Feed Mills
FM 425: Feed Manufacturing Technology’s Area Specialized Agent Marissa Herchler Cohen and Associate Professor Adam Fahrenholz worked with a DELTA team headed by Assistant Director, Educational Media Donnie Wrights to convert labs into web-based 3D apps allowing students to see inside the feed mills.
Vaccine Q&A: Are mRNA Vaccines Going to Replace Other Vaccines?
There are many reasons mRNA vaccines are unlikely to replace other technologies any time soon.
Vaccine Q&A: Are COVID-19 Vaccine Boosters Ethical?
What about vaccine mandates? And when can we vaccinate kids?
Vaccine Q&A: What is a Vaccine Booster? And Why Might I Need One?
Yes, vaccines work. And, yes, you might also need a booster shot.
Hatching a Future
For Ebony Harris, NC State was the only school for her. Now she's making a name for herself in the poultry industry at Perdue.
Peyton Tipton: Discovering a Passion for Poultry Science
Peyton Tipton came to NC State for a degree in biology and quickly discovered her passion for poultry science. Upon graduation, the CALS graduate will work toward a Master of Physiology.
Alex Blanchard: Going the Extra Mile
Alex Blanchard never saw herself being in college for five years, but the CALS student says it was worth it to walk away with not one, but two degrees in May.