Alumni Spotlight: Joshua Moose
Joshua Moose ‘17 uses the course and lab experiences in environmental monitoring procedures he learned while a student in Environmental Technology and Management in his career as a stormwater inspector in the Raleigh-Triad area. How did your experience at NC […]
Student Support During Transition
Student Support During Transition to Online Classes and COVID-19 If you have questions or experience problems accessing online materials for individual courses, please contact the course instructor right away – you’re likely not the only one having problems. If you’re […]
Cardinal Capture Project
Cardinal Capture: researching potential effects of Urban Noise and Light Pollution on Avian Health Past studies have observed numerous effects of noise and light pollution on neighboring wildlife in urban settings. Specifically with birds, who serve as a great indicator […]
Keeping Cats Indoors Could Blunt Adverse Effects to Wildlife
Domestic cats have large, detrimental impacts on local wildlife, according to a new study.
The Pathway Toward Quality Assurance
A new group of NC State faculty members are on their way to Quality Matters course certification through completion of the Online Course Improvement Program (OCIP). This cohort will work to make improvements to their online or blended courses and continue raising the bar for quality online education at NC State.
Cat Food Mystery Foils Diet Study
Cat food turns out to be something of a mystery.
An Inside View: Nonprofit Organizations
“Breadth more than depth” is a common theme for nonprofit organizations. Nonprofit organizations are popular employers for Forestry and Environmental Resources (FER) graduates because these organizations apply conservation practices and methods. Nonprofits have powerful mission statements and values which speak […]
Invasive Species: How Exotic Plants, Animals and Insects Impact North Carolina
From the emerald ash borer to feral swine, North Carolina is home to a number of invasive species that can have devastating impacts on the environment, economy and even human health.
These Tiny Tents Are Bee Research At Work
The tiny tents you see around NC State’s campus this semester are pollinator research in progress.
Announcing 2020-2021 Doris Duke Scholars
We are excited to announce the Doris Duke Conservation Scholars for 2020-2021! EmmaLee Hovander, Zoology Jaren Baluyot, Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology Reese Dorroh, Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology Nina Esquerdo, Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology Graduate Student Mentor: Kate […]