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.
War veterans and lawmakers hike, discuss outdoor recreation as way to cope with PTSD
College of Natural Resources student and veteran brings community and lawmakers together to climb and connect on PTSD, substance abuse issues, and depression after deployments.
What Is The Best Sport For You? Try This Healthy Sport Index
The Healthy Sport Index, developed with research by the College of Natural Resources, helps families choose the most appropriate sports for them.
NC State Plays Role in Development of New Sport Impact Tool
Professor Michael Kanters and colleagues partnered with the N.C. High School Athletic Association to examine levels of physical activity, safety and psychosocial impacts of sports.
Bobcats in the ‘Burbs?
It turns out suburbia is a bit wilder than we thought. NC State's Audio Abstract podcast talks citizen science and wild suburbia with Arielle Parsons, a graduate student and researcher at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences.
Meet the Environmental Educator of the Year
Jenna Hartley, a doctoral student, receives the Governor’s Conservation Achievement Award for Environmental Educator of the Year, the highest natural resource honors in the state.
This New Tool Can Help Parents Find the Best Sport for Their Kids
Researchers in the College of Natural Resources are helping families decide which sports children should play with the Healthy Sport Index.
Health Matters Connects Parks and Recreation and Cooperative Extension
The Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management teams up with partners like the CDC to help rural North Carolinians tackle serious health problems in a new initiative called Heath Matters.
An Engineer’s Journey from Pulp and Paper to Personal Care
Alumnus Jacob Vrooman received a scholarship from the Paper Science and Engineering program that led to an internship after just one semester, that changed his life.
A mysterious disease is killing millions of bats. These scientists are trying to save them.
Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology alumnus Sam Freeze is studying northern long-eared bats at a Marine Corps Base Quantico to find out why some bats seem resistant to the devastating white-nose fungal disease.