Forests in Flux
Changes in temperature and rainfall patterns are shifting the trees in our forests, with hardwood species moving inland and evergreens moving north.
Kids’ Wildlife Preferences Differ from Island to Mainland
NC State research with children from the Bahamas and North Carolina helps us understand the next generation's priorities for wildlife conservation.
NC State’s Sederoff Honored for Molecular Genetics Work With Forest Trees
An international prize goes to Ron Sederoff, a forestry professor whose research has given us a better understanding of forest trees' biology and accelerated advances in plant breeding.
DASA Honors 4 With Advising Awards
Four undergraduate academic advisors were honored on Jan. 27 for their work in helping students succeed in a variety of ways through academic advising.
Could Greenways Help Fight Chicago Crime?
A crime decrease in neighborhoods surrounding a Chicago greenway built on an abandoned railway line offers a ray of hope amid troubling trends in the Windy City.
One in every eight students in North Carolina public schools has a disability. That’s nearly 170,000 people who need the expert support of the state’s educators. But those students are also a potential wellspring of talent for the state’s STEM industries.
A Fashionable Response to Zika Protection
As part of a five-year collaboration between NC State’s College of Natural Resources, College of Textiles and College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, researchers are aggressively looking to find solutions to protect people living and working in locations infected with mosquito-borne illnesses.
Spend An Evening With John Muir
John Muir was a pioneering naturalist who was responsible for preserving millions of acres of wilderness in the American West. Join Muir-impersonator Lee Stetson from 7:30-9 p.m. Monday to learn more about his fascinating life.
Social Media Photos Priceless for Natural Resources Research
Instagram, Flickr and Panoramio reveal the most valued features of European landscapes.
Citizen Scientists Needed to Find NC’s Candid Critters
North Carolina scientists are looking for volunteers to help with the largest-ever camera trap study of wildlife. Find out how you can get involved.