Dr. Steph Jeffries Wins Sustainability Award
She was recognized by NC State for her dedication and passion for sustainability.
Researchers Discover a Tree That Hugs You Back
Researchers in Forestry & Environmental Resources have discovered a gene anomaly that makes trees hug you back.
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.
Alumni Spotlight: Taylor Mebane
Taylor adapts to all four Raleigh weather seasons to conquer her new found joy of being outdoors while creating new cultural opportunities in her field.
Transcription Factor Network Gets to Heart of Wood Formation
Vincent Chiang and researchers use past and current studies to uncover how a network of transcription factors can switch wood formation genes on and off.
Student Spotlight: Austin Quate
A National Convention reaffirmed Austin’s love for forestry while providing him with networking and traveling opportunities.
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.
NC State Researchers Want To Hear Your Backyard For A New Mapping Project
Listen to WUNC's segment on Sound Around Town, a citizen science project in the College of Natural Resources aimed at understanding how noise pollution impacts people and wildlife.
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?
Student Profile: Kamila Edwards
After attending the GreenBuild International Conference and Expo, Kamila is now LEED certified and connected with professionals in the sustainability industry.