What’s in Your Laundry?
Dr. Richard Venditti has partnered with Cotton Incorporated and the Australian government's Cotton Research and Development Corporation to discover what happens to small particles of cotton, polyester, rayon and blends that are released during the washing of our clothes.
The 3 E’s of Developing a Bioproducts and Bioenergy Pipeline: Education, Economics and Excitement
Faculty from the College of Natural Resources and the College of Education team up to prepare students in eastern North Carolina for future careers in the bioproducts and bioenergy industries.
O Christmas Tree, How Lovely Are Thy Branches that Retain Needles
Forestry and Environmental Resources Post-Doctoral Research Scholar Lilian Matallana is trying to improve the quality of Fraser fir in the North Carolina Christmas tree market by pinpointing the gene responsible for needle retention.
Student Spotlight: Chase Conner
Environmental Sciences major Chase Conner created and directed the Martin County Main Street Market in his hometown of Williamston, N.C.
Researchers Get SALT-y Over Climate Change
An interdisciplinary team of College of Natural Resources (CNR) researchers are studying the connection between rising sea levels and vegetation die-off along the NC coast as part of the SALT Project.
Student Spotlight: Edward Landi
Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology major Edward Landi is a volunteer bird bander with the NC Museum of Natural Sciences.
OPINION: Shack-A-Thon: An eco-friendly fundraiser for the Raleigh community
College of Natural Resources students discuss the sustainability of their 2017 shack, winner of the Most Sustainable Shack Award for the past two-years.
Student Spotlight: Claire Walczyk
Environmental Sciences and Business Administration double major Claire Walczyk spent a semester studying abroad in Spain.
Student Spotlight: Maureen Goretti
Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology major Maureen Goretti spent a week in Costa Rica helping treat animal patients in a pop-up clinic through Vida Volunteer.
Let There Be Light – The Path to No Microbes
The College of Natural Resources and the College of Sciences partner to create the company, Lumicide, which will produce a new antimicrobial paint activated by air and light.