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Allergy Season is Getting Worse — Thanks to Climate Change
Climate change is causing plants to produce higher concentrations of pollen for longer periods of time, according to one NC State expert.
NC State Dining adds Quicklly Halal-certified entrees
Students can now purchase new Quicklly entrees at several Grab & Go locations across campus for a quick and healthy meal that meets a wide…
ITRE Study Highlights Economic Benefits of Outdoor Trail Network
The Institute for Transportation Research and Education (ITRE) partnered with the Carolina Thread Trail to perform an economic impact assessment, which showed that large outdoor trail networks of this nature can offer a worthwhile return on investment.
NC State Professor Part of Global Initiative to Make Sports More Sustainable
Jonathan Casper is one of the co-authors of “Sports for Nature,” a report commissioned by the United Nations Environment Programme to set a baseline for “nature conscious work” in the sport sector.
Forests Can Help Manage Water as Raleigh Area Grows, Climate Warms
Riparian buffers could help maintain water levels in parts of the Upper Neuse River Watershed, a study found.
Wastewater, Syndromic COVID-19 Surveillance Are Important Pieces of COVID-Monitoring Toolkit
Wastewater and syndromic surveillance monitoring are useful complements to lab-confirmed case surveillance during a pandemic.
NC State Establishes Student Mental Health Task Force
Doneka R. Scott, vice chancellor and dean for the Division of Academic and Student Affairs, today announced the formation of a Student Mental Health Task Force. “The health and well-being of our students is of utmost importance,” Scott said. “We welcome the NC State community’s input into this critical effort to help guide the task force…
NC State Launches Universitywide Global One Health Academy
Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Warwick Arden and Senior Vice Provost for University Interdisciplinary Programs Rob Dunn today officially announced the launch of NC State’s Global One Health Academy, focused on the health of plants, animals, biodiversity and human societies. The academy represents a universitywide, interdisciplinary effort to engage faculty, staff, undergraduate and graduate students in improving the health of animals, plants, biodiversity, humans and society in North Carolina and beyond.
Healthy Campus Week Returns: September 26-30
Check out the schedule of featured events focused on the six elements of wellness.
Cutting Coal Has Huge Health Benefits – But Environmental Justice Issues Remain
While Black and low-income communities also benefit, they still face higher levels of air pollution.