How Tree Diversity Regulates Invading Forest Pests
Kevin Potter, research associate professor in Forestry and Environmental Resources, and fellow researchers discuss the relationship between trees and pests. Their research results could help improve forest monitoring.
Yao receives prestigious NSF CAREER award
Dr. Yuan Yao is the recipient of the National Science Foundation career award, the most prestigious award for early career faculty.
Three Secrets for Scoring an Entry-Level Sustainability Job
Jarami Bond, recent grad and GreenBiz 30 Under 30 honoree, provides tips for getting your dream sustainability job.
Food and Housing Insecurity is Impacting our Students
Guest contributor Alexa breaks down the effects of food and housing insecurity throughout campus and introduces services available to help our students succeed.
Jodi Forrester, a professor in Forestry and Environmental Resources, is teaming up with fellow researchers to restore a field laboratory recently destroyed by a fire.
Can Genetic Engineering Save Disappearing Forests?
Forests in the U.S. face many threats: climate change, invasive species, pests and pathogens. Could genetically engineering trees make these plants more resilient?
Looking Back at 2018
Take a look back at some of the best moments in the College of Natural Resources in 2018.
Giving Back, Together
Mother-daughter duo Clark and Alex are spreading their Wolfpack pride with the creation of the Hight Family Scholarship for students studying paper science and engineering.
Students around the globe collect quality, eye-opening research data on mammals
K-12 students from around the world join together with researchers at the College of Natural Resources and the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences to create eMammal, a motion-activated camera to track school-ground species.
Zac Guy – 2018 Distinguished Alumnus of the Year
Zac Guy, a 2001 graduate in Pulp and Paper Science and Technology, leveraged his degree to become a national leader in wood-based green building materials.