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Compost Conversation with Adam Bensley
Discover how NC State develops sustainable solutions to traditional landscape mulch using compost.
Class Builds Sustainable Student Sanctuary
Class transforms campus landscape into outdoor space for students
Jyotsna Gopinath ’21 Connects Chemistry with her Passions for Sustainability and Fashion
The Wilson College of Textiles alumna serves as an Innovation Analyst at Fashion for Good and was recently named a Technology Rising Star.
Researchers Separate Cotton From Polyester In Blended Fabric
NC State researchers found they could separate blended cotton and polyester fabric using enzymes.
How Black Culture and Black History Inform Sneakerhead Culture
Wilson College of Textiles Associate Professor Delisia Matthews researches the roots and culture of sneaker fanatics.
Communities That Suffered Rapid Manufacturing Job Losses Fare Worse on Sustainability
Study finds communities that have experienced significant job losses in manufacturing are also less likely to engage in sustainability planning.
Packing the Pantry
The inaugural Year of Feeding the Pack challenge united the university community to collect 23,542 pounds of food for NC State’s food pantry.
Wilson College of Textiles Students Develop More Sustainable PPE
A group of NC State University seniors partnered with Pine Bluff Arsenal to choose a new material for coveralls worn by members of the U.S. Army.
NC State Study: College Textbooks Aren’t Keeping Pace With Climate Change Science
NC State researchers have found that climate change science is not getting enough coverage in college biology textbooks.
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.