Jack Colby, NC State’s Chief Sustainability Officer and an Assistant Vice Chancellor in the Facilities Division, has been honored nationally for leadership and service by APPA, a professional association of […]
An NC State student-authored essay has earned second place in the National Association of College Auxiliary Services’ (NACAS) annual student author contest.
Students Nick Loschin, Mary Keilhauer, Caylin Mielke, Annie Lopez […]
At NC State’s College of Education, future teachers in training have living examples of the popular waste management slogan they might teach one day.
For years, assistant professor Brian Matthews has […]
More than four pounds per day — that’s how much waste is generated by the average person living in the United States. Factor in that many of us spend half […]
The Lulu eGames, held each spring at NC State to encourage entrepreneurship and innovation, offered a new category this year: the B Corp Champions Challenge. […]
NC State’s Grounds Management is hoping you won’t hear its latest sustainability innovation — a new line of electric lawn care equipment that results in quieter and cleaner landscape maintenance […]
The home of the Wolfpack is also becoming a home for pollinators.
That’s the intent of numerous NC State students, staff and faculty, who are driving an effort to create food […]
One of this summer’s most eye-catching additions to Talley Student Union is a student-designed system of bins, pipes, fish and lettuce that showcase one of the state’s fastest-growing agriculture practices.
In mid-June […]
If you need a bag at an NC State campus convenience store or dining location, it will be paper — not plastic — because of a three-year, student-driven effort to […]
Seven NC State students recently explored eastern North Carolina as they’d never seen it before: through the lens of diversity, sustainability, justice and action.
Partially funded by a University Diversity Mini-Grant […]