Dr. Hannah Burrack is honored with the Southern Region IPM Center’s Friends of IPM Future Leader Award.
The annual 4-H Lifetime Achievement Awards Celebration in Concord, N.C. will honor the achievements of former 4-H members, families and supporters.
The Department of Poultry Science and Richmond Community College have signed an agreement that allows specific RCC associate in science degree graduates admission as juniors into the NCSU poultry science program.
Not only were CALS students among the outstanding participants at the American PreVet Medical Association Annual Symposia, but N.C. State University was selected to host the event next year.
Yan Zhao, Alexandra Chaytor and Jocelyn Bishop were winners in the graduate competition at the Midwestern meeting of the American Society of Animal Science.
Food, Bioprocessing and Nutrition Sciences professor Dr. Lee-Ann Jaykus was a member of a committee reviewing the Food and Drug Administration’s role in ensuring safe food.
The second season of the Commissioner’s Speaker Series began March 23, as a panel of agribusiness leaders joined Steve Troxler, state agriculture commissioner, at N.C. State University to talk about local and sustainable agriculture.
The North Carolina FFA Foundation joins partners to bring a classroom-on-wheels program called Seed Survivor that teaches children the mechanics and the value of growing plants.
The post-recession decline in residential property values throughout North Carolina has implications for homeowners and county governments. Mike Walden discusses.