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NC State Professor Part of Global Initiative to Make Sports More Sustainable
Jonathan Casper is one of the co-authors of “Sports for Nature,” a report commissioned by the United Nations Environment Programme to set a baseline for “nature conscious work” in the sport sector.
Forests Can Help Manage Water as Raleigh Area Grows, Climate Warms
Riparian buffers could help maintain water levels in parts of the Upper Neuse River Watershed, a study found.
Solving Problems and Building the Next Generation of Engineers
Sydney Seymour, a three-time alumnus from NC State’s Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering, owns an international consulting firm. He’s also passionate about training young engineers.
The African American Cultural Center and the Libraries co-host the first Black Research Symposium in March
Call for proposals is open through Jan. 20
Two Wilson College Alumni Participate in Textile Circularity Discussion Hosted at UN Headquarters
In honor of the third annual World Circular Textiles Day, Caitlyn Holt ’12, ’13 and Chad Bolick ’94 were invited to participate in a roundtable discussion with aims to create a waste-free textiles future.
Growing Tomorrow’s Natural Resource Leaders
In the College of Natural Resources, planet Earth provides the classroom, and nature’s bounty the curriculum — but it’s the people who set it apart.
Integrating Robotics, Materials Science to Capture Solar Energy
In developing more effective solar panels cells, NC State researchers are establishing more inclusive, accessible ways to do science.
NC State Spinout Company Seeks to Spark Innovation, Fight Food Waste
SinnovaTek, a company co-founded by an NC State professor and one of his former students, helps small-scale entrepreneurs get products to market while curbing food waste from farms.
Global Magazine Highlights NC State Sustainability
Institute of International Education shares NC State efforts toward global goals.
Flagship Environmental Class Provides Students with Direction
Introductory environmental science course used a DELTA Critical Path Grant to refresh course content. Voluntary case study leaders serve as examples of the different paths taken to find the career which is the best fit for each person.