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11 Students Pilot Launch of Sustainability Internship Program
Campus As A Classroom program provides professional experience in sustainability projects.
Lani St. Hill
Lani St. Hill is the communications and engagement coordinator in the University Sustainability Office at NC State.
Volunteers Who Help Gather Data for Science Are Committed, But Not Diverse
Findings from a new study could help researchers design and structure future citizen science projects.
Plants in Space
Farms, Food and You talks with Professor Marcela Rojas-Pierce to learn about an out-of-this-world experiment involving plant biology and what it means for the future of agriculture practices at home and beyond our atmosphere.
Field Trip to New Bern Paper Mill with Professor Meg Blanchard Sparks Interest in Soft Biodegradable Electronics Among Teachers, Graduate Students
High school science teachers and researchers from NC State University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill had an opportunity to gain firsthand experience with bio-based electronics during a field trip connected to two grant-funded projects involving Professor and University Faculty Scholar Meg Blanchard.
Chancellor Woodson Talks Bees, Entrepreneurship With Bee Downtown Founder
In Red Chair Chats, NC State Chancellor Randy Woodson sits down with alumni, faculty, staff and friends of the university to show off the strength, talent and innovation of our Wolfpack. In our fourth episode of the series, the chancellor is joined by alumna Leigh-Kathryn Bonner, who graduated in 2015 with a degree in international studies and was recently named a Forbes 30 Under 30 social entrepreneur for her work as founder and CEO of Bee Downtown.
Four Students Receive Mathews Medals
As the highest non-academic distinction awarded to NC State students, the Mathews Medal honors graduating seniors who have served as student leaders and made significant contributions to the advancement of the university. The 2021-22 award recipients included two Goodnight Scholars.
Picking Blueberries for a Good Cause
Hundreds of pounds of blueberries gleaned from the Horticultural Research Center in Castle Hayne are donated to a local food bank.
Chancellor Woodson on Observing Juneteenth
NC State Chancellor Randy Woodson shares a message with the campus community on observing Juneteenth and commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. Read the full message here.
NC State researchers recognized for work on PFAS pollution
Detlef Knappe’s work discovering and tracing per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) compounds in the Cape Fear River basin in eastern North Carolina was recognized by a grateful city council in Wilmington, NC, earlier this month.