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Five Questions with Erin Seekamp and Chris Osburn of the Coastal Resilience and Sustainability Initiative
NC State’s Coastal Resilience and Sustainability Initiative envisions a future where people, ecosystems and economies are more resilient in the face of rapid social and environmental change. We spoke with Goodnight Distinguished Professor and CRSI Director Erin Seekamp and Professor and Director of the Blue Economy Innovation Program Chris Osburn about the CRSI’s background, growth and how the initiative catalyzes transformation in a changing climate.
NC State researchers study enhanced water treatment methods to remove PFAS
More than seven years after the discovery of elevated levels of harmful chemicals in the Cape Fear River that provides drinking water for 1.5 million people, NC State University researchers who brought awareness to this public health issue are continuing to pursue a broad range of research initiatives with the goal of ensuring a cleaner environment and safer drinking water.
2024 Call for Consortium Project Ideas
The Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center is now accepting project ideas from Consortium researchers for projects beginning in August 2024.
Register for the International Invasive Species and Climate Change Conference
The inagural International Invasive Species and Climate Change Conference (IISCCC) is January 30-31.
Top 10 Campus Sustainability Moments of 2023
Explore University Sustainability Office’s top ten favorite moments that advanced campus sustainability in 2023.
Carbon Electronics Cluster Co-directors Named to Highly Cited Researchers List
Harald Ade, Goodnight Innovation Distinguished Professor of Physics, and Aram Amassian, University Faculty Scholar and professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, have been named to an annual list of the world’s most highly cited researchers.
The Quest for Net Zero
On this episode of Farms, Food and You, Joe Sagues, principal investigator of the Biocarbon Utilization & Sequestration (BUS) Lab in the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering, discusses carbon recycling and the potential it holds for farmers, entrepreneurs and society in general.
New Just Communities Lab Advocates for Environmental Justice
Kofi Boone, a professor in the Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning, has formed a new lab at NC State that uses design and planning as a tool to address environmental justice concerns.
NC WRRI’s 2023 Faculty Researchers Announced
North Carolina’s Water Resource Research Institute (WRRI) is pleased to announce newly funded faculty researchers for 2023. This biennial request for proposals is jointly supported by the North Carolina Water Resources Research Institute and the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). The researchers are investigating a wide variety of water resources needs, including methods to improve wastewater…
Emergency Loan Program
The Emergency Loan Program provides eligible employees with a short-term loan for certain emergency situations if they meet the program’s requirements.