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CALS life sciences alumni are finding—and even creating—their dream careers, from labs to zoos, in human health and data science, in rural and urban settings.
From the Super Bowl to Beyoncé concerts, CALS alum Danny Losito has built an impressive resume. And now he’s got one of the rarest jobs in the country: one of only 30 director-level turfgrass managers for the NFL.
Learn why farmers, entrepreneurs and the next generation are utilizing creativity and ingenuity to draw visitors—and profits—via experience-led agriculture.
From the salty breeze of the Outer Banks to the winding undulations of the Blue Ridge Mountains, a new food trail is introducing people to a rather misunderstood creature: the eastern oyster.
Get to know Garey Fox, the new dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
After stretching her mind in biochemistry classes, CALS junior Kara Pawlowski exercises her creativity as a State Dance Company member and choreographer.
An innovative program in New Hanover County transforms cafeteria garbage once destined for the landfill into compost for school gardens and outdoor spaces.
A lively class on insects inspires students’ appreciation for the natural world and for the teaching skills of the professor who makes the course unforgettable.
Honey bees play an important role in agriculture, and North Carolina State University has played an important role in honey bee health for decades.
To fight a warming planet, Joe Sagues leads a nationwide team mapping the potential to remove 500 million tons of carbon from the atmosphere every year and keep it stored for millennia.
Amanda Hadden, a 2023 graduate of the Agricultural Institute at NC State, tells the story of her educational journey in her own words.
4-H’ers can pursue passions from improv to IT in short-term special interest or spin clubs across the state.
View the print edition of CALS Magazine: Fall 2023.