Sep 20, 2012
Experts: Food Safety Audits Need an Overhaul
Much of the food industry relies on third-party audits of practices, processes and facilities to ensure the food that ultimately reaches consumers is safe. But a new paper from food safety researchers at NC State […]
Jul 5, 2012
Researchers Seek Public’s Help to Aid Trees
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Rosemary Hallberg, of USDA’s Southern Region Integrated Pest Management Center (SRIPMC), which is housed at NC State. The SRIPMC is launching a “tiny terrors” initiative to help […]
Jun 8, 2012
Mosquitoes, Ticks and Horse Flies, Oh My!
The warm weather of summer often draws us out of the house for a trip to the pool, a hike in the woods or (less fun) to mow the lawn. And all that time outdoors […]
Apr 6, 2012
Know Your Enemy: Termites
Termites are fascinating insects, and not just because they can turn your front porch into mush. For example, did you know that many researchers have concluded that termites are actually social cockroaches? Whether you group […]
Feb 23, 2012
New Look at Diverse Families
Top family life educators at ECU have a new book for students and professionals who work with diverse families.
Dec 14, 2011
Helping Museums Pursue Interactive Technology
In an attempt to better engage and educate the public about everything from space exploration to art history, museums are becoming increasingly interactive. But many museums lack the resources or expertise to take full advantage […]
Nov 21, 2011
How To Spend Thanksgiving Not Barfing
Editor’s Note: This is a guest piece written by Dr. Ben Chapman, an assistant professor and food safety expert at NC State. My parents are coming to visit Raleigh this week – their first trek […]
Jul 12, 2011
Food For Thought
From peaches to green beans, summer’s bounty is here. And eager home cooks are busy canning fruits and vegetables for the months ahead. But canning is one hobby that can kill you if not done properly. NC State is making sure people do it the right way.
May 23, 2011
Bad Bugs of Summer: Black Widows
It’s hard to think of an arthropod with a worse reputation than the black widow. Heck, the term is even used to describe serial killers – and it doesn’t get much worse than that. We’ve […]
Apr 7, 2011
Extension Faculty and Staff Honored
Seventeen faculty and professional staff members will be honored for superior performance in outreach and extension work.