Controversial pipeline brings economic promises, environmental justice concerns
Ryan Emanuel, Forestry and Environmental Resources Associate Professor, discusses how the pipeline disproportionately targets Native American tribes and low-income communities.
Lumbees tell their side in Atlantic Coast Pipeline documentary
New documentary film, Robeson Rises, about the impact of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline features Associate Professor of Forestry and Environmental Resources Ryan Emanuel.
Atlantic Coast Pipeline Faces Native American Resistance
Dr. Ryan Emanuel, Forestry and Environmental Resources Associate Professor, discusses how the proposed pipeline route disproportionately targets Native American tribes and other low-income communities of color.
Alumni Spotlight: Peter Raymer
Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management alumnus Peter Raymer of Mount Airy Parks and Recreation, receives the 2017 NCRPA Young Professional Fellowship Award.
Applewhite Honored as Wasson Award Recipient
Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management major Derrick Applewhite receives the NIRSA William N. Wasson Student Leadership and Academic Award for his outstanding work with NC State University Recreation.
Nurturing Nature: Inside NC State’s National Parks Club
College of Natural Resources Engaging Leaders team up with the NC State National Parks Club to teach middle school students about their environmental impact on LEAF Day.
In Focus: The Dollars and Cents of Pro Sports
Mike Edwards, Associate Professor of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management, chats with Charlotte anchor Loretta Boniti about the impact of sport on local communities.
Not All Cover Crops Are Equal
Rachel Cook, Forestry and Environmental Resources Assistant Professor, discusses the differences in cover crop nitrogen release and how it will impact future crops and soil properties.
PRCR Director Makes History with Doctorate
Garner Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Director Sonya Shaw is the first African American female to earn a doctorate degree from the Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management Program at NC State University.
Health Conscious: Chasing a Seemingly Elusive Goal
Dr. Aaron Hipp, Associate Professor of Community Health and Sustainability in the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management, chats about the effects of environment on elevator and greenway use.