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Sarah Corica

Apr 20, 2015

Dr. Casper Leads Effort to Make NC State Athletics Green

New collaboration aims to make Carter-Finley Stadium a zero waste stadium starting this fall. 

Controlled burn

Apr 16, 2015

Supporting our Forests with Fire

It takes many elements to help forests thrive. Water, soil and sunlight are the most commonly known. But there's another required element for many forests -- fire. 


Apr 15, 2015

Five Faculty Win Holladay Medal

Hugh Devine, professor of parks, recreation and tourism management, and innovator in geospatial analysis, honored with NC State's highest faculty honor. 

Wilber Family

Apr 6, 2015

Spotlight on Giving: Kelley Wilber

Kelley Mandracchia Wilber aims to provide the same opportunities she experienced in Paper Science to future generations of students. 

coyote with tracking collar

Mar 25, 2015

A New Top Dog in North Carolina

Coyotes -- newcomers to North Carolina -- may fill the role once filled by wolves. 

tissue paper art

Mar 20, 2015

Graduate Student Recognized for Research in Environmental Efficiency

Graduate student Abdus Salam is recognized for his work to develop environmentally sound products applicable to the tissue making processes. 

Megan Owens Goodnight Scholar Feature

Jan 14, 2015

Spotlight on Natural Resources Student and Goodnight Scholar Megan Owens

Settled in after an exciting first-year at NC State, Megan is spreading her love for the environment across the globe as she prepares to co-lead the Goodnight Scholars Alternative Service Break trip to the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago and finish her capstone project for the GREEN Program in Iceland. 

John King and Steve McNulty

Dec 10, 2014

Saving the Forest for the Trees: Monitoring Climate Effects Through Collaborative Research

NC State and USDA Forest Service researchers monitor the effects of climate variability and help landowners maintain their land. 

Icebergs in Ilulissat Icefjord, Greenland

Oct 28, 2014

Maybe You Can Change People’s Minds About Climate Change

A new study by Natural Resources post-doc suggests science education may counteract political ideology and help change views on climate change among middle schoolers. 

Biofuel Solution

Oct 27, 2014

Biofuel Breakthroughs

The biggest barrier to better biofuels is small but stubborn. Biotechnology experts explain the challenges of breaking down the plant cell wall.