Big Cats in the Backyard: Master’s Research Reveals Important Finding About Human-Leopard Interactions
Habitat type could modify the relationship between leopards and humans.
NC State to Offer Online Graduate Certificate in Renewable Energy Development
The program consists of four online courses that are designed to give individuals a comprehensive understanding of the clean energy market.
Can Genetic Engineering Save Our Planet’s Biodiversity?
Researchers at NC State’s College of Natural Resources — and around the world — are considering ways to employ genetic engineering for conservation.
Can a Hands-on Model Help Forest Stakeholders Fight Tree Disease?
Ross Meentemeyer and fellow researchers offer Tangible Landscape, an interactive model that allows participants to try different solutions to help stop sudden tree death.
Sparrow Swap: Using Citizen Science to Study House Sparrows
Dr. Caren Cooper started Sparrow Swap, a citizen science project that studies house sparrows.
How Sea Level Rise Affects Birds in Coastal Forests
Researchers in the College of Natural Resources explore the effects of change in vegetation for coastal bird species.
Rise of the Coyote
Dr. Roland Kays discusses how the once-contentious relationship between coyotes and red wolves led the former to spread rapidly across the United States.
1 Million Species Are At Risk Of Extinction — Here’s Why It Matters
Scientists say global biodiversity is declining at an “unprecedented” speed. But what does it mean for humans?
Black Bears in the Backyard
Dr. Chris DePerno recaps the results of a multi-year study on black bear populations in Asheville, N.C.
Climate Education for Kids Increases Climate Concerns for Parents
Researchers in the College of Natural Resources worked with middle school teachers to track how students influenced their parents' opinions on climate change.