Upcoming College of Natural Resources Events
Join the College of Natural Resources at one or more of these upcoming events.
The Bears Among Us
The College of Natural Resources and the NC Wildlife Resources Commission partner to study the habits of urban/suburban bears in Asheville, N.C. The five-year study provides valuable data to wildlife managers as humans and bears learn to coexist.
Nominate Distinguished Alumni
Know an awesome College of Natural Resources graduate who's made an impact on their community, nominate him or her for the Distinguished Alumni Award.
Hootie the Owl Befriends Wildlife Specialist
Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology alumnus Dr. F. Eugene Hester, from Wendell, N.C., demonstrates the bond between wildlife and humans to Tarheel Traveler Scott Mason.
Study Finds Knowledge Gaps on Protecting Cultural Sites from Climate Change
NC State Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management Postdoctoral Researcher Sandra Fatoric and Associate Professor Erin Seekamp are filling in the research gaps surrounding cultural sites and climate change.
College of Natural Resources and College of Education Partner to Offer Environmental Education Courses
Two colleges at NC State join forces to offer a new class series.
Inspiring the Adventuring Spirit in Tomorrow’s Leaders
Teaching Assistant Professor Steph Jeffries, a true adventurer at heart, reminisces about hiking trails in her book and witnessing climate change firsthand.
Expanding a Passion for Citizen Science
Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources Research Associate Professor Caren Cooper's book "Citizen Science: How Ordinary People are Changing the Face of Discovery," is reviewed by the Washington Post.
Nielsen Explores Eight Conservationists Who Changed Our World in New Book
In his new book, Dr. Larry A. Nielsen pens eight riveting biographies of great conservationists. His engaging narratives take a deeper look beyond the most notable accomplishments to bring each person to life.
Student Spotlight: Lindsay Clontz
Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology major Lindsay Clontz shares her experiences as a Goodnight Scholar and Natural Resources student.