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Jun 9, 2022

North Carolina Researchers Have a Warning for California: Bugs Are Coming For Your Wine Grapes

NBC News
In a study published Wednesday in the journal Communications Biology, NC State researchers used simulation tools to track how far the invasive spotted lanternfly could spread across the United States with no mitigation efforts. 

Erin Seekamp - Erin Seekamp Receives Distinguished Graduate Professorship Award - College of Natural Resources News NC State University

Jun 8, 2022

Erin Seekamp Named Goodnight Distinguished Professor of Coastal Resilience and Sustainability

Seekamp has been appointed Goodnight Distinguished Professor of Coastal Resilience and Sustainability, and director of the Coastal Resilience and Sustainability Initiative. The appointment is effective August 16. 

Wolf Plaza - Mann Family Establishes Wildlife Conservation Scholarship - College of Natural Resources News NC State University

Jun 7, 2022

Mann Family Establishes Wildlife Conservation Scholarship

No one would be more delighted with the first recipient of the Carroll and Dawn Mann Wildlife Conservation Scholarship than the man for whom it is named. 

Bob Jordan, right, at Board of Trustees meeting in 2011 - New Endowment Established to Honor Forestry Alumnus Bob Jordan - College of Natural Resources News - NC State University

May 23, 2022

New Endowment Established to Honor Forestry Alumnus Bob Jordan

Jordan '54 was a staunch supporter of NC State and the UNC System. 

May 17, 2022

The Swift March of Climate Change in North Carolina’s ‘Ghost Forests’

The Washington Post
As sea levels rise and storms become more intense, scientists are racing to study the rapid loss of trees and marshland along the Outer Banks. 

May 13, 2022

Trees of the Future Are Being Grown at NC State

Spectrum News
Researchers at NC State discovered it’s possible to design trees that grow faster and even withstand climate change. These discoveries mean companies that rely on timber may be more profitable, and ecosystems may not be destroyed. 

May 11, 2022

When Burning Wood To Generate Energy Makes Climate Sense

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
The world cannot afford to miss carbon-reducing opportunities during this critical era, when the transition to renewable, clean energy is still in its infancy compared to the dominance of fossil fuels. 

Du Bois Exhibition - NC State Students Host Exhibition to Celebrate W.E.B. Du Bois' Visualization Work - College of Natural Resources News NC State University

May 9, 2022

NC State Students Host Exhibition to Celebrate W.E.B. Du Bois’ Visualization Work

The exhibition features a variety of research and data visualization inspired by Du Bois' work. 

Innsbruck, Austria - NC State Students Gain Global Leadership Skills From International Experience - College of Natural Resources News NC State University

May 6, 2022

NC State Students Gain Global Leadership Skills From International Experience

As part of the Global Leadership Minor, NC State students recently traveled to Germany and Austria to gain greater knowledge and understanding of leadership and team decision-making. 

NC State student Katie Kolcusky - Graduation to Vocation: Katie Kolcusky is Using Data to Support Policy - College of Natural Resources News - NC State University

May 5, 2022

Graduation to Vocation: Katie Kolcusky is Using Data to Protect Nature

Upon graduation, Kolkusky will work as a solution engineer with Esri's National Government Team.