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Professional Development Workshop Series

Professional Development Workshop: The Mechanics of Graduate Research

Talley Student Union, Room 3210 2610 Cates Avenue, Raleigh, NC, United States

Genetics and Genomics Scholars, AgBioFews, and Global One Health Fellows have joined forces to create this professional development workshop series available to all NC State graduate students. The topic for the January 19th workshop will be The Mechanics of Graduate Research. Refreshments will be served.

GES Colloquium, Spring, 2024

Eli Hornstein – Using Agbiotech to Cool the Climate by Removing Gigatons of Methane | GES Colloquium

1911 Building, Room 129 (North Campus) 10 Current Dr., Raleigh, NC, United States

Animal feed is our number one use of agriculture; Elysia engineers all of those feed crops to vastly suppress carbon emissions from the animals that eat them. Note: There will be no Zoom option for this week's colloquium. Please plan to attend in person.

Make-A-Thon

James B. Hunt Library, Auditorium 1070 Partners Way, Raleigh, NC, United States

Make-A-Thon is NC State’s sustainability innovation competition. Students research, design and prototype solutions to solve a sustainability challenge and then pitch their ideas to community and industry judges. Make-A-Thon Kickoff on 1/26 includes a workshop on Responsible Innovation presented by Katie Barnhill, senior research scholar for the Genetic Engineering and Society Center

Free

GES Colloquium, Spring, 2024

Helen Anne Curry – Local seeds, global needs, and the history of agrobiodiversity conservation | GES Colloquium

1911 Building, Room 129 (North Campus) 10 Current Dr., Raleigh, NC, United States
Virtual Event

This talk will explore how insights from Indigenous agricultural practices, both past and present, can inform global efforts to conserve diverse crop varieties and bridge the gap between local practices and broader sustainability goals.

GES Minor Zoom Q&A

Virtual Event

Join Dr. Fred Gould, GES Minor Co-Director, and Dr. Dawn Rodriguez-Ward, GES Program Coordinator, on Friday, March 1, 2024, at 5:00 PM. The Zoom session will start with a brief presentation of the GES Minor program, and leave time for all interested applicants to ask questions.