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Sep 13, 2022

Forestry Alumni Melinda Martinez Recognized with Sulzman Award

Martinez ’21 received the award for her study exploring greenhouse gas emissions in ghost forests. 

Sep 12, 2022

Meet KIETS Climate Leaders Scholar Rhianna Absher

Absher is one of three students in the College of Natural Resources to be named to the 2022 cohort of the KIETS Climate Leaders Program. 

Sep 8, 2022

Forestry Professor Fikret Isik Named Fulbright Scholar

Isik will spend nearly a year conducting research on and teaching about quantitative genetics and breeding at the University of Pretoria’s Future Africa campus. 

Sep 7, 2022

Fall Foliage Outlook 2022: When Will the Leaves Change in North Carolina?

North Carolinians can expect to see the usual hues of orange, yellow, red and purple on trees as they visit leaf-peeping destinations across the state this year. 

NC State student Micaela Nardino poses for a photo in front of the Twiddy and Company headquarters in Corolla, North Carolina.

Aug 5, 2022

Twiddy Intern Micaela Nardino is Promoting Outer Banks Tourism

This article is part of the Not Your Average Summer series highlighting the internship experiences of both undergraduate and graduate students from the NC State College of Natural Resources. Micaela Nardino is a rising senior studying sustainable tourism and environmental sciences in the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management. This summer, Nardino is interning with… 

NC State student poses in front of the NASA logo at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory headquarters in Pasadena, California

Aug 2, 2022

NASA Intern Elyssa Collins is Using Satellite Data to Study Earth’s Water Resources

This summer, Collins is interning with the Water and Ecosystems Group at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California 

Power lines on a background of sunset in disturbing red tones

Jul 14, 2022

Extreme Heat is Getting Worse. Is North Carolina’s Power Grid Ready?

North Carolinians are consuming record amounts of electricity as the summers grow longer and hotter. 

The front of the US Supreme Court building in Washington, DC.

Jul 7, 2022

What the Supreme Court’s EPA Ruling Means for Climate Action

The ruling won’t necessarily cause greenhouse gas emissions to increase, according to one NC State expert. 

The NC State football team takes to the field against Clemson in 2021. Photo by Marc Hall

Jun 27, 2022

Expert: College Athletics Offer Platform for Promoting Sustainable Behavior

Higher education institutions can use their athletic programs to promote sustainable behavior among fans, according to NC State expert Jonathan Casper. 

Scratchboard illustration of increasing airline prices

Jun 9, 2022

How Inflation is Impacting North Carolina’s Tourism Industry

With only half of Americans comfortable with air travel due to the pandemic, North Carolina has an opportunity to capitalize on the heightened travel demand.