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Andrew Moore

May 23, 2023

What is a Watershed?

NC State professor Katherine Martin breaks down why watersheds are critical to our social, environmental and economic well-being. 

Apr 27, 2023

Graduation to Vocation: Houston Bumgarner to Protect Endangered Frogs for National Park Service

After graduating from NC State, Bumgarner will work as a biological science technician for the National Park Service at Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks in California. 

Apr 11, 2023

Allergy Season is Getting Worse — Thanks to Climate Change

Climate change is causing plants to produce higher concentrations of pollen for longer periods of time, according to one NC State expert. 

Mar 24, 2023

Professor’s Podcast Explores the Wild Side of Animal Tracking

NC State professor Roland Kays brings you crazy stories about animals, told by the people who study them. 

Mar 8, 2023

After Ohio Train Derailment, Expert Warns of Potential Health Impacts From Air Pollution

Elevated concentrations of chemicals in the atmosphere could be causing breathing problems and other symptoms reported by residents, according to one NC State expert. 

Feb 28, 2023

Natural Resources Students Named to Inaugural Class of Goodnight Doctoral Fellows

Prabin Bhusal and Morgan Schulte are among the 30 students to be named to the inaugural class of Goodnight Doctoral Fellowship recipients.  

Feb 27, 2023

Meet Extension Forestry Associate Elliot Nauert

In his new role, Nauert oversees outreach, coordination, and education efforts aimed at promoting prescribed fire throughout the southeastern United States. 

Feb 20, 2023

A More Diverse, Equitable Future for Natural Resources

Two new programs at NC State are recruiting and training graduate students from traditionally underrepresented groups in order to increase the number, quality and diversity of students in the field of natural resources. 

Jan 3, 2023

NC State Professor Ivana Mali Named Distinguished Scholar for Conservation Biology

Mali’s research examines how reptile and amphibian populations respond to anthropogenic stressors such as climate change, unregulated harvesting regimes and habitat degradation. 

Dec 8, 2022

New Facility to Produce First Crop of Genetically-Improved Christmas Trees

NC State researchers are one step closer to harvesting the first crop of genetically-improved Fraser firs for growers to plant in their own fields.