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STEPS Center Tackles Full Scope of Phosphorus Sustainability
Headquartered at NC State, the Science and Technologies for Phosphorus Sustainability Center is discovering and developing ways to recycle phosphorus, make our food system more efficient, and protect the environment from waste.
Researchers Examine How Environmental Contaminants Affect Diverse Populations
Cathrine Hoyo is leading a wide-ranging study to learn how environmental contaminants affect liver health in diverse populations.
Olivia Vilá is Creating Equitable, Resilient Communities
As a Knauss Fellow, Vilá is working to incorporate environmental justice in federal community resilience projects.
Graduation to Vocation: Asija Rice is Preserving Heirs’ Property
Upon graduation, Rice will work as a forester at The Center for Heirs’ Property Preservation in North Charleston, South Carolina.
Research Through an Equitable Lens
Recognizing the importance of a fair and just society, researchers at NC State prioritize equity in their diverse fields.
Gaps Found in Research on ‘Climate Gentrification’
Climate change, and policies related to it, are displacing vulnerable communities. But a new analysis of research on this phenomenon – called “climate gentrification” – finds that there is a lack of long-term research that examines these issues. What’s more, the analysis finds that members of vulnerable communities under study are not being given a…
Exploring What Equity Means in Research at NC State
NC State’s inaugural Equity Research Symposium brought together faculty, staff and students to explore research that examines issues related to equity.
Study Highlights Relationship Between Racism, Activism and Stress
The study highlights the feedback loop between racism, stress and anti-racist activism in young Black people.
Five Black Leaders Who Are Elevating the Field of Natural Resources
These NC State faculty, staff and students are building knowledge, justice, and sustainability for all.
Student-Led Event To Focus on Food Justice
The theme of this student-led online event April 5-9 is food justice.