Colorado’s Famous Aspens Expected to Decline Due to Climate Change
NC State researchers predict quaking aspen trees, known for their brilliant foliage in fall, will visibly decline along three scenic drives in Colorado.
Connecting Environmental Youth Summits to Increase Impact
Lauren Gibson, recently named a National Geographic Young Explorer, seeks to empower young people to solve environmental problems.
DASA Needs Volunteers to Help Students in Quarantine
Isolation/Quarantine Student Check In Calls – Employees are needed to call students who have been assigned to isolation/quarantine on a daily basis. Calls can be made from anywhere and it is just to check on the student, see how they […]
Graduate Student Association Welcomes New Officers
The University Graduate Student Association (GSA) is a student-led group that represents and acts on behalf of Graduate Students at NC State to improve the satisfaction and scholarship of members during their time at the university. The GSA serves graduate […]
How Oil and Gas Drilling Could Disrupt the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
A plan to open the refuge to drilling could negatively impact wildlife and tourist.
Tee Time: A Conversation with a Head Golf Professional
We sat down with Jessie Apt, a 2015 Professional Golf Management and Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management graduate, to talk about career as a head golf professional.
Fall 2020 Undergraduate Courses Move Online
Directional signs in classroom buildings to help students find socially distant seating. Photo by Becky Kirkland. NC State announced that all undergraduate courses will move to online instruction beginning Monday, Aug. 24. The majority of course hours are already online, […]
Five Questions with Athletic Coordinator Garrit Soney
We sat down with Garrit Soney, a 2019 Parks, Recreation, and Tourism graduate, to talk about his experience as an Athletic Coordinator and time at NC State.
Researchers Strive to Boost NC’s Oyster Tourism Industry
The cultivation of oysters is a rapidly growing industry in the state,” said Dr. Whitney Knollenberg, Assistant Professor in the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management. “North Carolina produces exceptional oysters; we’ve been called the ‘Napa Valley of oysters’ […]
Dr. Jonathan Casper Receives Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award
Dr. Jonathan Casper has received the Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award. The award recognizes excellence in teaching at all levels. Faculty must receive the Outstanding Teacher Award in order to be eligible for the Board of Governors Award for […]