A display featuring the research of Dr. Jean Ristaino is part of the “Spuds Unearthed!” exhibit running at the U.S. Botanic Garden in Washington, D.C.
How does the size of government impact the economy? Mike Walden discusses the issue, providing the background you need to decide.
Scientists from N.C. State University will discuss some of the hottest topics in cotton production during the annual N.C. Cotton Field Day on Sept. 23. Hosted by Flatland Farms and Associates in Pantego, this field day marks the first time since 1995 that the event has been held off the Upper Coastal Plain Research Station. Follow this link to a PDF for more information.
A widely used textbook long associated with toxicology at N.C. State University has recently been published in its fourth edition. A Textbook of Modern Toxicology, released in its newest edition in June, is edited by Dr. Ernest Hodgson, Distinguished Professor Emeritus in the Department of Environmental and Molecular Toxicology, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
Dr. Ken Esbenshade, associate dean and director of Academic Programs in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, was among top honorees at the annual meeting of the American Society of Animal Science (ASAS), held in Denver, Colo., this past July. Esbenshade was named ASAS 2010 Fellow in the administrative category. At the same event, Dr. Jack Odle, William Neal Reynolds Professor of Nutritional Biochemistry in the College, received the ASAS Animal Growth and Development Award.
“He went the extra mile in helping students receive their degrees.”
That was a special recollection about Dr. Lemuel Goode shared by his son, Charles L. Goode, during ceremonies establishing the Lemuel “Lem” Goode and Lucy Goode Animal Science Scholarship Endowment in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Charles Goode, his mother, Lucy Goode, and sister, Dr. Candace Goode Vick, created the endowment to honor Lem Goode, a beloved faculty member in the CALS Department of Animal Science at N.C. State University.
N.C. State University scientists will present the latest research results related to peanuts during a field day set for Sept. 9 at the Peanut Belt Research Station in Lewiston-Woodville. Precision farming, economics, crop conditions, disease and pest management, and variety development are among the topics. More info: PDF