Can multiple carnivores coexist in cities?
Arielle Parsons, Ph.D. student, and Roland Kays, associate professor, discuss the importance of communities with green spaces and its positive effects on carnivores.
Meet Winners of NC State’s 2019 Sustainability Awards
Dr. Steph Jeffries, Forestry and Environmental Resources professor, is the faculty recipient of the 2019 Sustainability Awards for her leadership and incorporation of sustainability in her teaching and programming.
How Tree Diversity Regulates Invading Forest Pests
Kevin Potter, research associate professor in Forestry and Environmental Resources, and fellow researchers discuss the relationship between trees and pests. Their research results could help improve forest monitoring.
Weather Permitting: Welcome to the onslaught of pollen
Dr. Robert Bardon of the NC State Extension Service explains his pollen forecast that helps predict when the area will be most affected by the upcoming pollen season.
Coyotes vs. Deer: Who’s Winning?
A recent study shows that the arrival of coyotes in the eastern U.S. has not decreased the population of deer harvested by hunters.
Triangle Bird Count To Shed Light On Urban Wildlife
Deja Perkins and fellow researchers create Triangle Bird Count, a survey that welcomes urban communities to record the bird population in their neighborhoods.
Partnership with Wake County a New Think (and Do) Tank for Harnessing Spatial Data
Vishnu Mahesh Vivek Nanda, Ph.D. student, is bridging the gap between academia and government with Geo-IDEAS, a project in collaboration with Wake County government to innovate how officials analyze and use spatial data.
Three Secrets for Scoring an Entry-Level Sustainability Job
Jarami Bond, recent grad and GreenBiz 30 Under 30 honoree, provides tips for getting your dream sustainability job.
Transcription Factor Network Gets to Heart of Wood Formation
Vincent Chiang and researchers use past and current studies to uncover how a network of transcription factors can switch wood formation genes on and off.
A Passion for Teaching and the Future of GIS
Jason Matney, a Ph.D. candidate, is impacting hundreds of students the Center for Geospatial Analytics. As he prepares to defend his dissertation, he reflects on his experience and the future of his field.