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Eanas Alia - Doris Duke Conservation Scholar: Five Questions with Eanas Alia - College of Natural Resources News NC State University

Sep 21, 2021

Doris Duke Conservation Scholar: Five Questions with Eanas Alia

Alia, who graduated in 2016 with a degree in environmental technology and management, reflects on her experience in the Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program and how the program prepared her to become an advocate for diversity, equity, inclusion and justice in the natural sciences. 

Doris Duke Scholar Sasha Pereira is Studying the Role of Spring-Fed Streams in Trout Reproduction, College of Natural Resources, Sasha Pereira, courtesy John Davis, feature

Sep 20, 2021

Doris Duke Conservation Scholar: Five Questions with Sasha Pereira

Pereira, who graduated in May 2021 with a degree in zoology and minors in applied ecology and environmental education, reflects on her experience in the Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program and discusses her plans for the future. 

Taylor Richardson - Five Questions with National Park Service Guide Taylor Richardson - College of Natural Resources News NC State University

Sep 15, 2021

Five Questions with National Park Service Guide Taylor Richardson

Taylor Richardson '19 talks about her time at the College of Natural Resources and how it prepared her to work as a park guide for the National Mall and Memorial Parks. 

NC State Grad Becomes the Town of Cary’s First Urban Forestry Manager, College of Natural Resources, Katie Rose Levin, feature

Aug 10, 2021

NC State Alum Katie Levin is Protecting Trees, Promoting Environmental Justice

Levin, who graduated with a degree in environmental technology in 2006, has had a career rooted in protecting natural resources. Now she's the first urban forestry manager for the Town of Cary. 

Dr. Erin Sills

Jul 21, 2021

Erin Sills Named Head of Forestry Department

Sills, who joined the department in 1997, is recognized internationally for research on reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation in developing countries. 

Professor Carla Barbieri is Supporting Small Farms through Agritourism, College of Natural Resources, Carla Barbieri at The Vollmer Farm in NC, feature

Jul 16, 2021

Professor Carla Barbieri is Supporting Small Farms through Agritourism

Barbieri is a professor of parks, recreation and tourism management and head of the Agritourism and Societal Well-being Lab. 

Faculty Profile: Kathryn Stevenson is Connecting Youth, Nature and Communities through Environmental Education, College of Natural Resources, Kathryn Stevenson, feature

Jul 6, 2021

Assistant Professor Kathryn Stevenson is Connecting Kids, Communities to Nature

Stevenson is the director of NC State’s Environmental Education Lab and an assistant professor of parks, recreation and tourism management. 

Five Questions with Outdoor Adventures Coordinator Lauren Stover, College of Natural Resources, Lauren Stover, feature

Jul 2, 2021

Five Questions with Outdoor Adventures Coordinator Lauren Stover

Stover '18 talks about her time at the College of Natural Resources and how it prepared her to work as the Outdoor Adventures coordinator for NC State Wellness and Recreation. 

Asian longhorned beetle - Forestry Experts Want You to Watch Out for 'Poolside Pests' - College of Natural Resources News NC State University

Jun 15, 2021

Forestry Experts Want You to Watch Out for ‘Poolside Pests’

An NC State researcher is looking for reports of invasive insects: Asian longhorned beetle and spotted lanternfly. 

Five Questions with Park Ranger and Superintendent Rebecca Harriett, College of Natural Resources, Rebecca Harriett, feature

Jun 7, 2021

Five Questions with Park Ranger and Superintendent Rebecca Harriett

In her 38 years with the National Park Service, Harriett held multiple positions at parks, monuments and historic sites across the nation.