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Bee the Change: New Apiary on Centennial Campus
Thanks to a public-private partnership, Centennial Campus is now home to 150,000 honeybees in seven beehives. The new apiary will create opportunities for tours and other forms of pollinator-related education.
Film Focuses on Housing Solutions
View a film that examines innovative housing solutions inspired by a tour of South American slums and shantytowns. Architecture alums Abe Drechsler and Brian Gaudio present “Within Formal Cities” in two campus screenings March 13.
Design Grads to Pitch Housing Solution at SXSW
Two NC State grads are finalists in the upcoming SXSW Accelerator competition in Austin, Texas. Their ideas for incremental housing are based on a post-graduation trip to South America, funded by a 2014 Duda Travel Fellowship.
Marlow Gates turns brooms into hand-crafted works of art
When Marlow Gates goes for a hike in western North Carolina, he doesn’t seek out trails with scenic views or look for opportunities to catch the leaves changing color in the fall.
Martha Shulski tries to be clear about climate change
How much do you really know about climate change, and why does it matter? Those are questions that Martha Shulski tries to answer every day.
Alumna Helps Businesses Become More Sustainable
Maria Kingery has built a clean energy company and uses that experience to help other sustainability companies scale their businesses.
NC State Graduate Cultivates Ag Education in Ghana
NC State graduate talks about her 11-month effort to support agricultural sustainability in eastern Ghana.
Alumnus Specializes In Smart Irrigation
Biological and Agricultural Engineering graduate Michael Dukes leads in water efficiency, use and reuse, and conservation.
Artist Greg Lindquist Focuses On Environmental Paintings
A portion of the walls in the North Carolina Museum of Art feature artist NC State graduate Greg Lindquist’s interpretation of the coal ash pollution on the Dan River near Eden, NC, and Danville, VA.
Sustainability Project Lifts Resource Burden for Low-Income Students
What if a program existed to connect under-resourced students with lightly used home furnishings that would otherwise go to local landfills? Introducing Pack2Pack.