Stories From 2022
Poultry Science’s Curtis Praised for Transformative Leadership
After more than 30 years working in higher education, 15 of those years at North Carolina State University, Patricia Curtis, department head for the Prestage Department of Poultry Science, is retiring beginning July 1.
North Carolina Easter Eggs are Going to Washington
When the White House Easter Egg Roll resumed for the first time in three years on the South Lawn, North Carolina was well represented.
How Do We Know When the Pandemic is Over? And What Will ‘Normal’ Be Like?
And have our experiences with COVID improved our ability to deal with other diseases?
What Does ‘Endemic’ Mean? And Can Omicron End the Pandemic?
Does it matter if COVID becomes endemic? And what does that even mean, anyway?
The Little Family Farm: Built On Love and Hard Work
After meeting at NC State, Kate and Kaleby Little got married, bought a beef farm, and are now raising their 1-year-old daughter to love agriculture just as much as they do.
What is ‘Bird Flu’? Do I Need to Worry About It?
Why should I care about bird flu? Does it affect humans?
Is ‘Flurona’ Even a Real Thing? What’s That All About?
TL;DR: Not really.