Faculty Fellows Recognized at Summer Shorts
Amanda Edwards and Michael Kanters were honored with certificates of appreciation at Summer Shorts, marking the completion of their outstanding service as Faculty Fellows from 2016-2018. Our dedicated group of Faculty Fellows are passionate about educational technology and sharing their experiences with others.
Building a Sound Map of Raleigh – For Science
Sound can affect everything from human health to the well-being of wildlife, but there is very little data on the levels and types of sound in U.S. cities.
Leading a Global Conversation on Deforestation Through Remote Sensing
Remote sensing is unveiling new views of Earth’s surface and fostering an interdisciplinary project between Drs. Josh Gray and Erin Sills to help us better understand and track deforestation and promote more sustainably managed tropical forests.
Sick and Tired? There’s an App for That
Dr. Jason Bocarro and partners working in public health and wellbeing are testing a revolutionary new app that communicates with patients and helps them fill park prescriptions for a more healthy lifestyle.
Faculty and Staff Summer Adventures
Much like our students, College of Natural Resources faculty and staff get out of our classrooms and offices during the summer to make an impact on campus and around the world. From research to arts, we've been busy this season.
Envisioning Research Winners Capture Insights Into the World Around Us
The winners of this year’s Envisioning Research contest demonstrate the many ways research offers new perspectives on our world.
Ensuring Cleaner Air and Water
NC State researchers are partnering with communities, agencies and local residents on a wide range of projects to improve air and water quality.
Alumni Spotlight: Thomas Harris
Thomas Harris, a 2016 Forest Management alumnus, is a Fiber Supply Associate for International Paper.
Five (not so pretty) Fun Fish to Catch (and eat) in North Carolina
These NC fish species aren't much to look at; but they are fun to catch (and good to eat).
Study Finds Aromatic Herbs Lead to Better Parenting in Starlings
New research by Caren Cooper, Research Associate Professor of Forestry and Environmental Resources, suggests that the presence of aromatic herbs in the nest leads to some improved parenting behaviors in European starlings.