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Lauren McLaughlin - Graduation to Vocation: Lauren McLaughlin Promotes Road Infrastructure Safety - Forestry and Environmental Resources NC State University

Apr 29, 2022

Graduation to Vocation: Lauren McLaughlin Promotes Road Infrastructure Safety

Upon graduation, McLaughlin will work as a highway safety analyst at VHB in Raleigh, North Carolina. 

Apr 29, 2022

Ian Warr: Through the Woods and Wetlands

The triangle region of North Carolina is one of the fastest growing areas in the country (Census.gov). Tens of thousands of people are moving here every year. To compensate for… 

Wind turbines - Study Finds Offshore Wind Could Drive Down Energy Costs in New England - Forestry and Environmental Resources NC State University

Apr 21, 2022

Study Finds Offshore Wind Could Drive Down Energy Costs in New England

An NC State study found offshore wind power could help lower average wholesale electricity prices in New England. 

Apr 20, 2022

Dr. Fred Cubbage Honored with 2022 Jackson Rigney International Service Award

The Jackson Rigney International Service Award recognizes the distinguished contributions of a faculty or staff member for the promotion of international understanding and service to the university and/or to the international community over the course of their career. The award honors the late Dr. Rigney, an agronomist who served NC State for 40 years bringing a… 

NC State student LP Mancini holds a caecilian in the Amazon rainforest - What It's Like to Study Tropical Wildlife in South America - College of Natural Resources News - NC State University

Mar 30, 2022

What It’s Like to Study Tropical Wildlife in South America

NC State students LP Mancini and Martina Nordstrand reflect on their recent study abroad trip in Ecuador as part of the FW405/595: Tropical Wildlife Ecology course. 

A group of NC State students in the Amazon rainforest - From the Andes to the Amazon - College of Natural Resources News - NC State University

Mar 28, 2022

From the Andes to the Amazon

NC State students traveled to South America over spring break to conduct wildlife research and more. 

NC State gateway at sunset - Grant Will Fund Climate Resilience Strategies for Frontline Communities in the Carolinas - Forestry and Environmental Resources NC State University

Mar 27, 2022

Graduate Fellowship Awards

The following fellowships are awarded every year to outstanding graduate students. The Global Change Graduate Fellows Program is designed to train the next generation of global change scientists by providing… 

Gray fox - Tree Cover Helps Gray Foxes Coexist With Coyotes in the Country - Forestry and Environmental Resources NC State University

Mar 21, 2022

Tree Cover Helps Gray Foxes Coexist With Coyotes in the Country

Preserving tree cover may be essential in helping the gray fox survive with coyotes in rural areas, according to a new study from NC State researchers. 

Wang and Barrangou pose for a picture in one of their greenhouses, with Eucalyptus and Poplar trees - Seed Funding Speeds Growth for TreeCo — an NC State Startup - Forestry and Environmental Resources NC State University

Mar 16, 2022

Seed Funding Speeds Growth for TreeCo — an NC State Startup

After receiving support from the Chancellor’s Innovation Fund, two professors’ sustainable forestry startup is using new technology to mitigate climate change. 

Brenda Brickhouse, Bill Culpepper and Jerry Jackson - 2022 Watauga Medal Ceremony Recognizes Three Extraordinary Pack Members - Forestry and Environmental Resources NC State University

Mar 15, 2022

2022 Watauga Medal Ceremony Recognizes Three Extraordinary Pack Members

NC State’s Board of Trustees presented three alumni with the Watauga Medal, the university’s highest nonacademic honor, during a March 4 ceremony held in the ballroom at Talley Student Union. As the 2022 medalists, Brenda Brickhouse, Bill Culpepper and Jerry Jackson joined a group of 126 previous honorees who have made notable and dedicated contributions to the advancement of NC State.