News

Feb 12, 2018

Student Spotlight: Daniel Richardson

Paper Science and Engineering major Daniel Richardson completed a semester-long internship at WestRock in Virginia as a Process Engineering Intern.

Feb 6, 2018

Congratulations Spring 2018 Cohort of Global Change Fellows

Four graduate students from the College of Natural Resources join the Global Change Fellows program.

Feb 2, 2018

Designing Greenways for Diverse Users

Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management Researchers hit the trails to find out who is using urban greenways for recreation. Their results will improve greenway design.

Jan 27, 2018

New STEM Program to Connect High Schoolers with Geospatial Tech and Careers

The Center for Geospatial Analytics is accepting applications for a free high school student program that explores jobs in geospatial science and cutting-edge technologies.

Jan 25, 2018

How Humans Affect Mammal Movement

Forestry and Environmental Resources Research Associate Professor Roland Kays explains a new international study of the movements of 57 mammal species, from weasel-like fishers in Albany, New York, to maneless lions in Tsavo, Kenya.

Jan 17, 2018

Meet Environmental Assessment Online Instructor Tamara Pandolfo

Tamara Pandolfo aims to engage students in her online graduate program courses.

Jan 15, 2018

An Intrepid Veteran and NC State Alum Finds A Hat That Fits

As a state park ranger, PRTM alumna Jessica Phillips is using her position to inform and bring the parks to the people.

Jan 13, 2018

How Winter Temps Can Affect Your Spring Fishing

Research by Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology doctoral student Tim Ellis has changed what we know about spotted seatrout and cold weather.

Jan 10, 2018

Postdoctoral Impact

Nearly 450 postdoctoral scholars, like Lilian Matallana, work at NC State teaching and conducting research in the university’s colleges and research centers, bolstering NC State’s world-class academic reputation.

Jan 6, 2018

Using New Technologies to Preserve Wildlife and Wild Spaces

Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology majors use new technologies to better study and protect African wildlife.