May 21, 2017
Barbieri Named 2017 Emerging Scholar of Distinction in Tourism
Dr. Carla Barbieri, Associate Professor in Equitable and Sustainable Tourism in the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management, receives the 2017 Emerging Scholar of Distinction Award from the International Academy for the Study of Tourism.
May 16, 2017 | Our People
Online Master’s Degree Allows Park Superintendent to be an Effective Leader
Alumnus Joseph Shimel plans to use his online master’s degree from the NC State College of Natural Resources to be a more effective leader in the Parks, Recreation, Tourism and Sport Management industry.
May 11, 2017
Graduation to Vocation: Natural Resources
Natural Resources major Haley Lohr will graduate with honors and start as a full time law student pursuing a JD at Elon Law and MELP from the Vermont Law School.
Forestry & Environmental Resources
Harrison Cole (ETM): Tracking Down Solar Power Prospects with GIS
With North Carolina being the third highest state in solar energy installed capacity, many startup companies have formed to take advantage of this opportunity. The company that I am interning for is called Holocene Clean Energy, LLC. They were founded in […]
Parks, Recreation & Tourism Management
Online PRTSM Alumnus Achieving Goals Working With Carolina Hurricanes
Mike Sundheim, the Vice President of Communications and Team Services for the Carolina Hurricanes and current Professional Master of Parks, Recreation, Tourism and Sport Management (PRTSM) student, scores his career goals through online distance education. Check out his story on […]
Graduation to Vocation: Paper Science and Engineering
Sarah Sassorossi is graduating this May with a Bachelor of Science in Paper Science and Engineering. She’ll start her job as a Process Engineer in Holyoke, Mass., for Sonoco Products Company, a $5 billion packaging solutions company, almost right away. . […]
The Center for Geospatial Analytics
Service Learning in Action
During their final semester, each student in the Master's of Geospatial Information Science and Technology (MGIST) program completes a service-learning capstone project, working directly with a community or industry partner to apply their knowledge and skills to a real-world problem.