Richard Linton, dean of CALS, describes the stakeholders and partnerships critical to the college’s success.
Six William Neal Reynolds Professors uphold the College’s strategic vision and goals through impactful research endeavors.
The North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service at N.C. State University announced a strategic plan for restructuring the century-old organization by targeting its strengths, improving access to services across the state and refocusing resources to support its refined core areas.
While listening sessions across the state have wrapped up, the N.C. Cooperative Extension Service is still seeking public comment as part of its ongoing strategic visioning and planning initiative.
The North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service has launched a strategic visioning and planning initiative to evaluate the organization’s business model, adapt accordingly to the current economic environment and devise a strategy going forward.
The CALS Strategic Plan Steering Committee seeks your insight. Please read the proposed statements of the college’s core purpose, big audacious goal, mission, core values and guiding principles, and goals. and use the fields below to share any suggested modifications.
As N.C. State University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) charts its future, it is looking for insight from the people it serves – the people of North Carolina. Over the coming weeks, the college’s dean, Dr. Richard Linton, will lead listening sessions in locations across the state.
N.C. State University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences is in the midst of creating a new college strategic plan. Once developed, the new strategic plan will guide us to develop innovative research efforts, to create teaching programs that enhance the capabilities of our students, to expand our outreach to the state and nation through our Cooperative Extension network, and to further expand our overall global impacts through international programming.