What impact does human development have on coastal ecosystems? Is land application water treatment more efficient than traditional wastewater treatment? Can a bacteria improve the affordability of using methane gas as […]
Solar umbrella charging stations on campus. Energy and water competitions in residence halls. Removal of plastic bags from major campus dining facilities and convenience stores. That’s just some of what […]
You may one day breathe fresher air on the highway and in your home courtesy of three teams of NC State student entrepreneurs.
Among the winners in NC State’s 2016 Lulu […]
At Kappa Delta Sorority’s annual Shamrock ‘N Score event in March, the event looked different. Like always, the fundraiser generated donations for SAFEchild Raleigh and Prevent Child Abuse America. But […]
Three members of the NC State community, a student organization and a campus farm were honored with Green Brick Awards from the Campus Environmental Sustainability Team and Sustainability Council on […]
This Spring in an NC State research greenhouse amid hours of seed germination measurements and soil samples, Sarah Yim unearthed a new career direction.
A second-year environmental science major, Yim recently […]
On the first day of his first year as a student at NC State, Brian Iezzi’s bike was stolen. Disappointed and determined to find another affordable way to cycle around […]
Hoard no longer those broken TVs and outdated electronics. Let go of those 20th century receipts and records. NC State University’s annual shredding and recycling drive on Wednesday, March 9, is an opportunity […]
NC State’s Carol Johnson Poole Clubhouse, located at the university’s Lonnie Poole Golf Course, has received national certification for sustainability.
The building, which opened in February 2014, achieved Leadership in Energy […]
By the time your shower has warmed you on cold days, cooled you on hot days, helped you wake up on early days or relax after a long days, you […]