CALS Story Submission
These are unprecedented times, but the CALS community continues to live into its land-grant mission. Our community is doing remarkable work to ensure educational excellence and to continue to serve our stakeholders.
CALS Communications wants to tell those stories.
Help us identify stories of our extraordinary 4-H youth, CALS students, staff, faculty, alumni and stakeholders as they go above and beyond to serve others during this time. Like 4-H groups making masks for their neighbors, and faculty and Extension agents learning and leveraging new technologies to provide hands-on-learning to our students, and virtual field days for our growers.
We will review each submission for consideration and, depending on the topic and availability, we will contact you.
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Contact Information (Name and Number)
Topic and Vision?
Please provide a short description of your story topic, including key messages you want to convey and possible goals this story will achieve. Do you see this as an article, social media posts, video, etc.?
Please check area of focus (Check all the apply)
Discovery (research, process and practice exploration and refinement)
Application (transitioning research into applied innovation or practices, as well as public-private ventures/trusts)
Teaching (graduate and post-graduate education, teaching through NC State Extension)
Connecting (bringing CALS resources, research and applied innovation to others through NC State Extension)
Activities/Experiences (CALS events, partner events, other)
Successes (faculty and staff awards or industry achievements, student and alumni profiles, new partnerships)
Advancement (stewardship, donor stories, endowments or large partner donations)
Is your story time sensitive?
If so, please let us know the timeframe (i.e. is it a story about an event, and when is the event?).
Who is the intended audience?
Briefly describe who you are trying to reach with this story and what will be important to them?
What is the "Call to Action?"
What do you want your audience to do once they've read or watched your story?
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