Media Mentions

Jun 8, 2018

Are the Feds Cherry-Picking Data to Force Pipelines Through Vulnerable Communities?

Ryan Emanuel, Forestry and Environmental Resources Associate Professor, discusses how the proposed pipeline would disproportionately affect minority communities.

Jun 5, 2018

Study finds aromatic herbs lead to better parenting in starlings

Caren Cooper, Research Associate Professor in Forestry and Environmental Resources, finds that nests with herbs could impact bird parenting behaviors.

May 30, 2018

Washington Post Video: How coyotes conquered the continent

Watch Forestry and Environmental Resources Research Associate Professor Roland Kays explain the range history of the coyote, revealing it's ecology of predation and evolution through hybridization.

May 25, 2018

How Coyotes Conquered the Continent

Forestry and Environmental Resources Research Associate Professor Roland Kays helped produce a comprehensive range history of the coyote that reveals it's ecology of predation and evolution through hybridization.

May 24, 2018

Divergence of species responses to climate change

In a recent study, Forestry and Environmental Resources Research Associate Professor Kevin Potter finds that moisture availability may impact forest ecosystems more than temperature when it comes to climate change.

May 23, 2018

How Coyotes Conquered the Continent

Forestry and Environmental Resources Research Associate Professor Roland Kays helped produce a comprehensive range history of the coyote that reveals it's ecology of predation and evolution through hybridization.

May 18, 2018

Two NC State juniors selected by Udall Foundation as 2018 Scholar, Honorable Mention

Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology student Thomas Reed is selected as the 2018 Udall Scholar runner-up.

May 17, 2018

How citizen science and open-source tech can create change

Caren Cooper, Forestry and Environmental Resources Research Associate Professor, discusses the impact of citizen science in a recent Red Hat documentary.

May 7, 2018

Wood growth model advances genetic engineering of trees for paper, biofuels

Need stronger timber, better biofuel or new sources of green chemicals? A new systems biology model built on decades of NC State research will help engineer trees for specific needs.

May 4, 2018

New Model for Wood Formation to Witness Development in New Applications

Need stronger timber, better biofuel or new sources of green chemicals? A new systems biology model built on decades of NC State research will help engineer trees for specific needs.