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Mar 20, 2020

Hodges Wood Products Lab Hosts the North American Laminate Flooring Association

The North American Laminate Flooring Association (NALFA) gathered together at NC State on March 10-12th to collaborate with our Hodges Wood Products Technical Services team, represented by Lyndsey Campbell and Guillermo… 

students visit bioMASON

Nov 20, 2019

bioMASON® building with Nature.

Written by guest blogger: Caroline Laughlin The Introduction to Sustainable Materials and Technology class (SMT 200) took a field trip to bioMASON this Fall, as part of their learning experience.… 

SMT Banquet group photo

Oct 26, 2019

13th Annual Sustainable Materials & Technology Undergraduate Banquet

Written by guest blogger: Max Craft, SMT Class of ’20 Every fall, students in the Sustainable Materials & Technology (SMT) program, their parents, faculty, staff, and donors come together for… 

SMT Connections Scheck Forest

Oct 10, 2019

SMT Connections: A Day for Cohort Building

Each year incoming Sustainable Materials & Technology (SMT) freshman and on-campus transfer students are required to attend SMT Connections, a day for cohort building. This year the group visited Schenck… 

Raina Harrell

Sep 10, 2019

Raina Harrell – Class of ’18

Raina Harrell graduated in 2018 with a degree in Sustainable Materials & Technology. We reached out to see what she’s been up to! What was your favorite class and/or memory… 


Apr 14, 2019

Alumni Spotlight: Lyndsey Campbell

What was your favorite class and/or memory at NC State? My favorite class was IDS 201- Environmental Ethics because it was such an eye opening learning experience about what is the… 

Jamie Stapleton

Feb 20, 2019

Alumni Spotlight: Jamie Stapleton

What was your favorite thing about NC State? I really loved how you are always receiving valuable information. Once you’re out of school, it’s no one’s job to teach you. It’s… 


Aug 28, 2018

New Program to Fuel Bioeconomy Launches

What do Reebok shoes, fuel and disposable forks have in common? All can be made from biorenewable sources instead of petroleum. This fall, we’re welcoming undergraduate students and teachers as part of a new program to promote the bioproducts industry.