Dec 18, 2018

Giving Back, Together

Mother-daughter duo Clark and Alex are spreading their Wolfpack pride with the creation of the Hight Family Scholarship for students studying paper science and engineering.

May 30, 2018

New Scholarship Provides Opportunity for Forestry Students

Resource Management Service, LLC, (RMS) will fund a new scholarship program for Forest Management majors in the College of Natural Resources.

Jun 21, 2017

From Morehead City to Honolulu, a Hollings Scholar’s Research is Never Quite Fin-ished

Kenneth Erickson, a Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology major, spent his spring semester at CMAST, literally get his feet wet in the field while gaining critical industry experience in marine biology and fisheries.

Jun 19, 2017

Park Named E.J. “Woody” Rice Associate Professor

Dr. Sunkyu Park, University Faculty Scholar and Forest Biomaterials Associate Professor, received the E.J. "Woody" Rice named professorship for his work on biomass utilization for sustainable bioenergy and biomaterials.

May 2, 2017

NC State Goodnight Scholars Program Class of 2021 Announced

Cheyana Bassham (Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology), Kaleb Lee (Environmental Sciences), and Olivia Merritt (Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology) are excited to join the Goodnight Scholars Class of 2021.

Jan 24, 2017

Student Spotlight: Lindsay Clontz

Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology major Lindsay Clontz shares her experiences as a Goodnight Scholar and Natural Resources student.

Oct 6, 2016

Thinking Globally and Acting Locally

Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology major Hannah Shapiro discusses her experience participating in the Global Leadership Institute for student leaders from different countries.

Sep 28, 2016

TAPPIng Student Leaders for Success

Paper Science and Chemical Engineering double major, David Lovato, receives the prestigious TAPPI William L. Cullison Scholarship.

Aug 23, 2016

Setting the Tissue Standard

Paper Science and Chemical Engineering double major Kable Young is setting tissue standards through his research experiences with the College of Natural Resources.