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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. […]
Big Win For Waste Diversion
During the 2017 football season, Carter-Finley Stadium diverted 42 percent of gameday waste from landfill through recycling and composting efforts.
Students ‘LEED’ McKimmon Center To Increased Sustainability
In a unique architecture course, students helped improve environmental sustainability at the McKimmon Conference and Training Center.
Double The Impact
Sisters Olivia and Vanessa Merritt strive to make campus more bird-friendly.
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...
Learning By Doing
Through service learning, EcoVillage students make NC State's campus more eco-friendly.
Students Start Business To Tackle Textile Waste
NC State students and Park Scholars Emily Neville and Carly Kvietok launched Reborn Clothing Co. to revive clothes you no longer wear into new, useful products.
Virtual Sustainability Fair
Here's your opportunity to connect virtually with the student organizations that participated in NC State's Sustainability Fair. Use the information here to connect with a sustainability-related student organization or service opportunity.
(Re)Styled For Success
Through the Wolfpack Styled clothing reuse program, NC State’s Career Development Center connects students with free professional clothes while also reducing textile waste.
Fraternity, Sorority Life Names Most Sustainable Chapter
Delta Gamma Sorority received the Most Sustainable Chapter award at NC State's Fraternity and Sorority Life annual awards ceremony.