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Apr 14, 2021

Goodnight Spotlight: Devin Wyatt

Wyatt ’21 is preparing to graduate from NC State with a degree in paper science engineering — a field that makes her, as she describes, “a process engineer with a decent understanding of business administration that really likes the smell of sulfur in the morning.” 

Professor Sunkyu Park

Apr 7, 2021

Progress at the Pump

Professor Sunkyu Park, who has deep NC State roots, is working to turn waste from the pulp and paper industry into the biofuel of the future. Boosted by private support, his research could revolutionize the energy industry — in more ways than one. 

Five Questions with Climate and Clean Energy Program Assistant Clare Morganelli, College of Natural Resources, Clare Morganelli, feature

Apr 5, 2021

Five Questions with Climate and Clean Energy Program Assistant Clare Morganelli

In her position, Morganelli '17 supports a team of nine advocates, lawyers and policy workers in the Climate and Clean Energy program at the Natural Resources Defense Council in Washington, D.C. 

Jordan Hall, The Entrepreneurs Among Us, College of Natural Resources

Mar 29, 2021

Celebrating Women’s History Month

In honor of Women’s History Month, we recently spoke with female faculty and staff about their experiences in the field of higher education and their contributions to the College of Natural Resources. 

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Mar 22, 2021

Students Showcase Research at Fourth Annual Graduate Research Symposium

Graduate students and post-doctoral researchers in the NC State’s College of Natural Resources proudly displayed their hard work and dedication virtually at the college’s Fourth Annual Graduate Research Symposium. 

Mar 18, 2021

NC State’s Women Leaders in Pulp and Paper

Cindy Hendren and Jennifer Piercy talk about their leadership roles in NC State's Pulp and Paper Advisory Board. 

Bacterial cellulose

Mar 11, 2021

Bacterial Film Separates Water From Oil

Researchers used a material produced by the bacteria Gluconacetobacter hansenii as a filter to separate water from an oil mixture. 

Five Questions with Second Lieutenant Teshawn Lee, College of Natural Resources, Teshawn Lee, feature

Mar 2, 2021

Five Questions with Second Lieutenant Teshawn Lee

Lee, who graduated with a degree in sustainable materials and technology in 2020, discusses his experience at the College of Natural Resources and his future plans. 

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Jan 15, 2021

Biomass: A Sustainable Energy Source for the Future?

From creating sustainable jet fuel to developing sustainable consumer goods, the College of Natural Resources is at the forefront of exploring the opportunities and challenges associated with harnessing renewable biomass. 

The Talley tower - Exploring the Diversity-Innovation Link in the Pulp and Paper Industry - College of Natural Resources News NC State University

Jan 13, 2021

Exploring the Diversity-Innovation Link in the Pulp and Paper Industry

A new study uncovered differences in diversity trends that researchers say could be important to a company’s ability to innovate.