North Carolina State University will receive $12.4 million over the next four years from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to improve a crop that is an important food staple in sub-Saharan Africa – the sweet potato.
The ongoing efforts of College researchers soon will yield a huge financial harvest for sweet potato growers and processors: The ground has been broken for a future $20 million sweet potato processing facility in eastern North Carolina.
N.C. Cooperative Extension celebrates its centennial birthday.
It’s time for a cool change as a CAAE outreach program takes youngsters out on the water for lessons in aquatic ecology.
The Dairy Education Unit prepares tomorrow’s dairy leaders in a real-world environment.
Six William Neal Reynolds Professors uphold the College’s strategic vision and goals through impactful research endeavors.
CALS and Croatian students attend ag law class together via transatlantic connections.
Northeast District Director Travis Burke can’t wait to see what unfolds as Extension’s next century begins.
The Vatican, the Roman Colosseum, the Sistine chapel, the Roman Forum: These were among the wonders beheld this past May by group of Thomas Jefferson Scholars and their N.C. State University faculty advisers.
Dr. Deyu Xie of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences organized the 2014 event and also served as chair of two of the symposia during the five-day conference.