Researchers Capture the Beauty of Our Weird, Wonderful World
Winners of the 2022 Envisioning Research contest, which included faculty, staff and students from CALS, help us understand, and appreciate, our world.
I AM CALS: Dannica Wall
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences staff member Dannica Wall made history this spring when she became the first Black female to earn a Ph.D. from the Prestage Department of Poultry Science.
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.
Students Helping Students: PSC Donates to Feed the Pack Pantry
Thanksgiving is just around the corner and we're giving thanks for the inspiring students of the Poultry Science Club (PSC) and their generous donation to the Feed the Pack pantry.
COVID Can’t Stop the Learning: Interning During a Pandemic
Summer is normally a busy time for poultry science undergraduates, with many heading into internships. This year was a little less straightforward. Hear from students how COVID-19 impacted their plans.
PDPS Celebrates Spring 2020 Award Winners and Graduates
While the spring semester may seem like a long time ago (blame COVID-19), and the fall semester is just around the corner, PDPS is celebrating the students who persevered through upheaval and graduated in May. We hope to welcome our […]
All About Ammonia: New Research Could Improve Human Health and Animal Ag
Ammonia and myostatin have a complex relationship. Understanding it could help people with liver disease and poultry producers get more meat to more people. That's where Emily Miramontes comes in.
Honoring a Legacy: Andrea Rubio Receives First Award in Honor of Dr. John Thomas Brake
A memorial endowment set up by the late Dr. John Brake's family honors his legacy and helps fund graduate student education. Andrea Rubio, the first recipient of the memorial graduate award, shares her journey.
Online Graduate Certificate Leads Student Closer to Her Master in Poultry Science
Ashley Gernat will graduate in May with her Feed Science graduate certificate. The online certificate helped her get started on her M.S. in Poultry Science, which she will continue working toward after graduation.
From Raleigh to Djilor: Dannica Wall and Poultry Farming in Senegal
CALS SAIGE hosted NC State Ph.D. (Poultry Science) student Dannica Wall for an eye-opening presentation on her time spent in Djilor, Senegal. Wall went abroad through Farmer to Farmer, a USAID-funded program that works to increase agricultural productivity and sustainable farming practices, and strengthen existing institutions.