NC State Professor Named Natural Resources Scientist of the Year
The award honors individuals who have demonstrated a commitment to North Carolina’s wildlife, habitat and natural resources.
Dr. Erin Sills named Department Head in Forestry and Environmental Resources
Below is the announcement from Dean Floyd sent on 7 July 2021. Colleagues: It is my pleasure to announce Dr. Erin Sills as the permanent head of the Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources. Her effective date of appointment is […]
Many Nonprofits, Companies Report Using Commercial Species in Tree Planting Projects
A new study led by a researcher from NC State provides a detailed look at what forest restoration organizations across the tropics are actually doing on the ground.
Human-Driven Habitat Change Leads to Physical, Behavioral Change in Mosquitofish
Human-caused habitat change drives changes in behavior and brain size in Bahamian mosquitofish.
Head Starting Gopher Frogs in the Croatan National Forest
I’m walking through a national forest, carrying an endangered species, and I am lost. Off the trail. What do I do? We’ll come back to this later. In the Spring semester of 2021, I studied at the coast at one […]
Ask an Expert: How is the Western U.S. Drought Impacting the Power Grid?
Jordan Kern, an assistant professor of forestry and environmental resources at NC State, discusses the drought’s potential impact on the nation’s aging electrical system.
Alum Leads Honduran University, Conservation Efforts Through Pandemic
Wilmer Reyes ’17 discusses his work as a university president and professor in Honduras.
In Mexican Mountains, Some Tree Species Could be Vulnerable to Climate Change
A study led by an NC State researcher found species of pine and oaks in the mountains of Mexico could be vulnerable to climate change.
Could Sycamore Trees Be an Alternative Fuel Source?
NC State researchers found a native tree, the American sycamore, could be a bioenergy fuel source.
Study Offers Insights for Communicating About Wildlife, Zoonotic Disease Amid COVID-19
An NC State study found a link between the perception of information about zoonotic diseases and the message frame.