Alumni Spotlight: Maggie Ernest
Alumna Maggie Ernest is a Landscape Conservationist for the Wildlands Network.
Environmental Assessment Now Offering Graduate Courses on Renewable Energy Development
Learn more about our new classes: Renewable Energy Policy and Economics; and PV Design and Installation.
Graduation to Vocation: Environmental Scientist
Environmental Technology and Management major Alex Darr will graduate from the College of Natural Resources on May 12. After graduation, he will take on a full-role as an environmental scientist for a civil engineering firm.
OP-ED: What it takes to get a job in the renewable energy industry
Environmental Technology and Management major Brendan Joyce takes a critical look at what it takes to land a job in the burgeoning renewable energy industry.
Student Spotlight: Erika Fye
Erika Fye, an Environmental Technology and Management major, interns with the Neighborhood Ecology Corps teaching middle school students from Southeast Raleigh about ecology and nature.
Student Spotlight: Jasmine Neverson
Jasmine Neverson is studying Environmental Technology and Management with a minor in Statistics and Toxicology. Originally from Brooklyn, NY, she moved to N.C. to attend the Salem Academy Boarding School for Girls, where she discovered a love of environmental education. […]
Learning By Doing
Through service learning, EcoVillage students, like Environmental Technology and Management major Devin Kehoe, make NC State's campus more eco-friendly.
Student Spotlight: Jayna Sananikone
Environmental Technology and Management major Jayna Sananikone studied the impact of Environmental Justice during a recent ASB trip.
Resilience: Not Just for Rivers
Environmental Technology and Management alumnus Jeremy Diner, Clean Water Supply Associate at American Rivers, discusses the many sides of integrated water management and green stormwater infrastructure around Turner Field, former home of the Atlanta Braves.
Students Explore Environmental Justice
NC State Environmental Technology and Management major Corey Aydlett helps lead an Alternative Spring Break Trip to Eastern North Carolina.