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Apr 29, 2020

How You Can Contribute to Scientific Research During the COVID-19 Pandemic

As COVID-19 forces people to keep their distance from others, citizen science provides meaningful and educational activities that can be done from the safety of your home or backyard. 

Meet Madison Dezarn

Apr 13, 2020

Meet Madison Dezarn

Madison Dezarn is studying forestry and hopes to empower more women to enter this typically male-dominated field. 

Apr 7, 2020

Cooped Up At Home? Try These Citizen Science Projects

Dr. Caren Cooper speaks with Science Friday about how ordinary people can contribute to scientific research as they self-isolate and practice social distancing during the pandemic. 

Smart factory with sensors.

Mar 24, 2020

Artificial Intelligence: A Game Changer for the Chemical Manufacturing Industry

A growing number of chemical manufacturers are exploring the use of artificial intelligence to cut greenhouse gas emissions and improve the energy efficiency of their operations. 

Jennifer Fawcett -Women in Forestry and Fire: Empowering Women through Land Management Education, College of Natural Resources

Mar 10, 2020

Women in Forestry and Fire: Empowering Women through Land Management Education

In honor of Women’s History Month, we sat down with Jennifer Fawcett to talk about her work with women in fire and forestry. 

quality assurance team

Mar 9, 2020

The Pathway Toward Quality Assurance

A new group of faculty members, including the College of Natural Resources' Megan Lupek, are learning firsthand the importance of quality course design as they make their way through the Online Course Improvement Program. 

Annette Moore poses with arms crossed under a brick archway.

Feb 28, 2020

Meet DELTA Faculty Fellow Annette Moore

With more than 20 years as a full-time instructor with the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management, Moore has demonstrated curiosity, enthusiasm and excellence in teaching with technology. 

bee tent

Feb 27, 2020

These Tiny Tents Are Bee Research At Work

The tiny tents you see around NC State’s campus this semester are pollinator research in progress. 

Shannon Ricci

Feb 4, 2020

Remote Sensing and the Science of Sound

As part of her dissertation research, Geospatial Analytics Ph.D. student Shannon Ricci is developing new techniques to understand the impacts of boat traffic on natural sound beneath the sea. 

Adriene Heffner kayaking on a lake: A Student at 50: a Non-Traditional Journey in the College of Natural Resources

Jan 29, 2020

A Student at 50: a Non-Traditional Journey in the College of Natural Resources

Adriene Heffner received her master's at 50 after making a commitment to self-betterment and improvement. Read about her unique journey in the College of Natural Resources.