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Land Grab Universities Events Explore History of Land Grant Universities
On November 10-11, NC State University hosted a series of events exploring the award-winning investigative piece “Land-grab Universities,” the history of land-grant universities and the data journalism tools that made the groundbreaking project possible.
Applying Ecology: CALS Graduate Lucie Ciccone
Lucie Ciccone, a fall 2022 graduate, reflects on studying zoology and ecology during a pandemic.
College of Design and ITRE Partner on $50,000 Grant
Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning Celen Pasalar received the National Science Foundation’s 2022 Civic Innovation Challenge Stage 1 grant in support of the project “Catalyzing Walkable, Sustainable, and Equitable Urban Development Using Innovative Transportation Strategies.”
From Small-Town Student to Campus Leader
Justin Richardson, a proud member of the Haliwa-Saponi tribe, is dedicated to supporting Native American students and advancing equity on NC State’s campus and beyond.
Students help students through Pack Meal Share program
Pack Essentials is reaching out to the student body for support in their annual drive for Pack Meal Share donations. The Pack Meal Share program…
Here comes the solar-powered car
Since 2016, SolarPack has pushed the boundaries of what is possible for a sustainably powered car. Thanks to those years of work and innovative thinking, the team put together a record-breaking car for this year’s Formula Sun Grand Prix (FSGP).
STEPS Center takes on phosphorus sustainability
In the first year since the Science and Technologies for Phosphorus Sustainability (STEPS) Center launched, 20 research projects are in progress — all working toward the goal of reducing dependence on phosphorus mining and the amount of phosphates lost to water and soil.
Fall into Sustainability
8 ideas to enjoy a sustainable fall season.
Doctoral Student Eric Hall Wins Honorable Mention in Prestigious Scientific and Technological Achievement Awards from the Environmental Protection Agency
A paper authored by Eric Hall, a doctoral student in the Ph.D. in Learning and Teaching in STEM engineering and technology education program area of study, has been awarded an honorable mention from the Environmental Protection Agency’s 2021 Scientific and Technological Achievement Awards.
Spotlight on Our Students: Chase Carey
The University Honors Program (UHP) interviews Chase Carey about his summer study abroad experience focused on wildlife conservation in South Africa.