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For Students, By Students: Campus Green Havens
Discover the Campus Green Havens, three new campus gardens designed by the Sustainability Stewards to promote student wellness.
Sustainability Fund Announces Grant Winners
The NC State Sustainability Fund has awarded $176,703 in grants to 13 sustainability projects on campus.
Gregg Museum Voted Best Kept Secret in Wake County — Again
NC State’s campus art museum has once again been recognized by readers of INDY Week.
Interdisciplinary Garden Bridges Engineering, Food Security
Graduate student Jasmine Gibson is leading the transformation of a grassy patch next to the D.S. Weaver Laboratories into an active, educational space that promotes urban horticulture and farming practices.
NC State at Forefront of Emerging and Globally Urgent Field: Honeybee Medicine
It’s “selective” time at the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine, a time when students get to choose fast-paced, intensely focused, one- or two-week classes from an array of offerings that now includes — for the first time! — apiary work or honey bee keeping. In 2017, the FDA declared honey bees as food animals and…
6 Ways to Celebrate the Earth With the Wolfpack
Each April, Earth lovers around the globe commemorate Earth Month. For the Wolfpack, it’s the perfect time to remind ourselves of the many ways we can honor the planet we all call home.
Students spent spring breaks engineering solutions
Engineering students share their experiences of helping others in different areas of the world during NC State’s 2023 Alternative Service Break.
Caldwell Fellows at Shack-a-Thon 2023
Caldwell Fellows showed up en masse at this year’s Shack-a-Thon to suppor the important work of Habitat for Humanity.
April is Earth Month at NC State
Earth Month at NC State features 44+ sustainability-related events.
Maru Gonzalez, an assistant professor and youth development specialist in the Department of Agricultural and Human Sciences, has dedicated her career to creating affirming and welcoming spaces for and with young people.