From Morehead City to Honolulu, a Hollings Scholar’s Research is Never Quite Fin-ished
Kenneth Erickson, a Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology major, spent his spring semester at CMAST, literally get his feet wet in the field while gaining critical industry experience in marine biology and fisheries.
The Bears Among Us
The College of Natural Resources and the NC Wildlife Resources Commission partner to study the habits of urban/suburban bears in Asheville, N.C. The five-year study provides valuable data to wildlife managers as humans and bears learn to coexist.
Researchers Testing Fire Shelter Prototypes on South Dakota Prescribed Burns
Forestry and Environmental Resources Professor Dr. Joe Roise and graduate student Bobby Williams field test new fire shelter prototypes as part of a partnership with the College of Textiles.
Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology Students and Professor Participate in Birding Marathon
Three College of Natural Resources students and Professor Chris Moorman recently embarked on a mission to break the record for most bird species observed in a single day. Check out the social media highlights from their 24-hour adventure.
An Organic Approach to Sustainable Food Systems
Environmental Sciences major Matthew Adkins explores the life cycle of sustainable farming and agricultural practices at a local organic farm.
Inspiring the Adventuring Spirit in Tomorrow’s Leaders
Teaching Assistant Professor Steph Jeffries, a true adventurer at heart, reminisces about hiking trails in her book and witnessing climate change firsthand.
Leading the Way: Hurricane Matthew Recovery Efforts
Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management professionals like alumna Sheila Long, Recreation Services Supervisor at The Imperial Centre for the Arts and Sciences in Rocky Mount, are essential to helping communities heal after natural disasters.
An Olympic Junior Year
Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology major Ryan Held reminisces about his time in Rio this summer competing in the Olympics and transitioning back into the school year.
Not Your Average Summer School: Summer 2016 in Review
From internships to research to study abroad trips, summers at the College of Natural Resources are anything but average. Take a look at how our students got out of the classroom this summer!
Designing San Francisco’s Greener Future
Environmental Sciences major Jessica Westervelt is ready to graduate after spending 5 hands-on weeks at Berkley's Design and Innovation for Sustainable Cities program.