No Lion Around This Summer for Wildlife Students
Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology student Charles McClay spent 3 weeks studying in Namibia, Africa as part of the African Ecology and Conservation program.
Not Your Average Summer School: Summer 2016 in Review
From internships to research to study abroad trips, summers at the College of Natural Resources are anything but average. Take a look at how our students got out of the classroom this summer!
Defining a Cultural Heritage Tourism Site
Sport Management major Brandon Smith is researching the man and his legacy's impact behind a new cultural heritage tourism site at NC State's Hill Forest.
Mining and Emissions in the Real World
Environmental Sciences major and Sustainable Materials and Technology minor, Jackie Welles keeps groundwater free of nitrates and safe for use this summer at a mining and manufacturing company in Aurora, NC.
Sparrow Nothing in Wildlife Research
Doris Duke Collaborative Scholar Daniel Choi spent his summer in the field researching Bachman's sparrows on Sentinel Landscape in N.C.
Not Your Average Summer: Student sets his sights on the Rio Olympics
Wolfpack sharpshooter and Sport Management major, Lucas Kozeniesky is representing North Carolina and the US in the Summer 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics.
Not Your Average Internship: Champion Merch
PGM major Ryan Foll creates a mini mall from scratch at his internship for the PGA Championship tournament.
Not Your Average Study Abroad Experience: Desert Ecology in Namibia
Enrichment Fund recipient Julia Jacobs, a natural resources policy and administration major, solidified her aspiration to become a conservation scientist while studying abroad this summer in Namibia.
Not Your Average Internship: Power On
Forest Management major Austin Quate helps Richmond keep the lights on during his internship with Dominion Virginia Power.
Not Your Average Internship: Coastal Cruiser
Environmental Sciences major Stacy Partin spends her summer on the beach with stranded marine wildlife.