How Humans Affect Mammal Movement
NC State zoologist Roland Kays explains a new international study of the movements of 57 mammal species, from weasel-like fishers in Albany, New York, to maneless lions in Tsavo, Kenya.
Meet Environmental Assessment Online Instructor Tamara Pandolfo
Tamara Pandolfo aims to engage students in her online courses.
How Winter Temps Can Affect Your Spring Fishing
Recent research has changed what we know about spotted seatrout and cold weather.
Nearly 450 postdoctoral scholars and house officers (College of Veterinary Medicine interns and residents) work at NC State. These doctoral graduates teach and conduct research in the university’s colleges and several research centers, and help bolster NC State’s world-class academic reputation.
Online Alumna Earns Master’s Degree While Starting a Career
Jennifer Powell was able to start a career while earning her master’s degree in Environmental Assessment with NC State Online and Distance Education.
Using New Technologies to Preserve Wildlife and Wild Spaces
NC State and its Namibian partners are using new technologies to better study and protect African wildlife.
Heeding the Wolf’s Call
As a student in the College of Natural Resources, Patrick Conner’s classroom studies, internships and study abroad experiences have all prepared him to work with endangered canines and large mammals.
Ryan Emanuel Bridges Science and Community
During his sabbatical last spring, Ryan Emanuel, associate professor in the Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources, began working on an environmental history of the Lumbee community. It was the next step in a journey that had begun two years prior.
Student Spotlight: Alyssa Martinez
Alyssa Martinez is a Zoology major in the Department of Biological Sciences. Originally from a small town in upstate New York, she now considers North Carolina her home. Coming from a “sub-rural” town exposed her to a lot of wildlife […]
Student Spotlight: Hannah LaCava
Hannah LaCava is an English major with a minor in Biological Sciences. She thought she wanted to major in Wildlife Biology, but couldn’t give up on her love of English. With advice from N.C. State professors and advisers, she realized […]