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Carson B - Graduation to Vocation: Researching Our Sense of Place

Dec 13, 2019

Graduation to Vocation: Researching Our Sense of Place

Master's student Carson B. found her passion in working with the public to understand their sense of place. 

Kirsten Keleher - NC State Undergraduate Research in Conservation Provides Unique Opportunity to Student

Nov 20, 2019

NC State Undergraduate Research in Conservation Provides Unique Opportunity to Student

Despite only being a sophomore in college, Kirsten Keleher has participated in numerous conservation-focused research studies through NC State University and partner organizations. 

Field of windmills. Renewable Energy Is Key To Stopping Climate Change But Poses Challenge For Wildlife Conservation.

Nov 13, 2019

Renewable Energy Poses Challenge For Wildlife Conservation

A new book co-edited by NC State researchers highlights the environmental impacts of renewable energy development to help leaders and industry professionals adopt more sustainable practices and policies. 

Anna Humphrey - NC State’s Anna Humphrey Chosen For Prestigious NOAA Hollings Program

Oct 17, 2019

NC State’s Anna Humphrey Chosen For Prestigious NOAA Hollings Program

The Ernest F. Hollings Scholarship program by NOAA includes a financial award paid summer internship. 

ghost forest

Oct 11, 2019

Ghost Forests Sprouting Up As Rising Seas Kill Trees

Over the next century, a projected rise in sea levels will lead to chronic inundation and saltwater exposure in coastal forests around the world. 

Finding About Human-Leopard Interactions

Jul 18, 2019

Big Cats in the Backyard: Master’s Research Reveals Important Finding About Human-Leopard Interactions

Habitat type could modify the relationship between leopards and humans. 

Student hikes while studying abroad

Apr 23, 2019

Graduation to Vocation: Innovative Solutions to Wildlife Challenges

By using cross-disciplinary solutions, College of Natural Resources graduate Daniel Choi hopes to face wildlife challenges. 

Student working in field with leopard

Apr 17, 2019

Graduation to Vocation: Researching the Impact of Human Population Density on Leopards

After living in Africa for 5 years, Matt Snider came to the College of Natural Resources to research the human-made impact on wildlife. 

Michael Biggerstaff

Apr 10, 2019

Alumni Profile: Michael Biggerstaff

Michael blends the experience he learned in various on-campus clubs to the many duties he performs as a biological scientist for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. 

Lauren Maynard

Mar 13, 2019

Alumni Profile: Lauren Maynard

Lauren discusses the impact of her past experiences in the College of Natural Resources on her decision to continue her studies as a graduate student at Virginia Tech.