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Social Innovation Students Tackle Issues Related to Food and Water
In early fall, 30 students were selected to join the first cohort of the Social Innovation Fellows. The program, supported through the Institute for Nonprofits, pairs student teams with nonprofits and projects tackling issues related to food and water insecurity. […]
Students ‘LEED’ McKimmon Center To Increased Sustainability
In a unique architecture course, students helped improve environmental sustainability at the McKimmon Conference and Training Center.
Heeding the Wolf’s Call
As a student in the College of Natural Resources, Patrick Conner’s classroom studies, internships and study abroad experiences have all prepared him to work with endangered canines and large mammals.
Senior Design Program Focuses on Real-World Engineering
For more than 50 years, the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering’s Senior Design Program has engaged students in meaningful projects that benefit communities across the state.
Outstanding December Graduate: Maddie Ciszewski
As NC State student Maddie Ciszewski prepares for a career that brings together her passion for agriculture and for people, she’s been at the forefront of student-led efforts to help others learn more about aquaponics.
Student Spotlight: ‘Plant Research Immediately Impacts People’
After a summer undergraduate research experience with a leading NC State plant scientist, Catherine Doyle was hooked. The Ph.D. student traveled to Tanzania to see the problems posed by cassava mosaic disease.
Planting Her Future
Student Olivia Loyack creates gardens to protect pollinators.
Double The Impact
Sisters Olivia and Vanessa Merritt strive to make campus more bird-friendly.
5 Questions With Student Government’s Sustainability Department
Get to know Student Government's new Sustainability Department.
2017 Shack-A-Thon | Most Sustainable Shack Award
Shack-a-thon is an annual student-led fundraising event for the Wake County chapter of Habitat for Humanity. Student groups sign up, build a temporary “shack” for...