In Search of Thoreau’s Flowers: An Exploration of Change and Loss
Robin Vuchnich, a new media artist, user experience designer, and an assistant professor of practice in the College of Design, leveraged digitized specimens from the Harvard University Herbaria to craft an immersive experience in the gallery theater of the Harvard Museum of Natural Science. In Search of Thoreau’s Flowers: An Exploration of Change and Loss is an immersive multidisciplinary experience that marries art and science through a modern artistic interpretation of Thoreau’s preserved plants.
Celebrate Pollinator Week June 20-26
Celebrate the impact of pollinators during Pollinator Week June 20-26.
Rob Dunn Named Senior Vice Provost for University Interdisciplinary Programs
Rob Dunn, a William Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professor in the Department of Applied Ecology, has been named Senior Vice Provost for University Interdisciplinary Programs.
Bee-Friendly All Summer
Celebrate World Bee Day on May 20 with these bee-friendly tips.
Dr. Erin McKenney receives the 2022 Libraries Faculty Award
McKenney’s work on open pedagogy highlights her collaborations with the Libraries
Four Helpful Tips to Reduce Food Waste
Up to 40% of the food grown, prepared or sold in the United States is wasted.
Back from the Brink: NC State’s Key Role in Red Wolf Recovery
The College of Veterinary Medicine is at the center of a nationwide effort to help the canid survive, providing medical care, conducting research and tending its own pack of the critically endangered species.
What Shapes Gut Microbiomes of Alaska’s Brown Bears? Location, Location, Location
The finding helps us understand the relationship between wildlife habitat, diet and gut microbiome diversity.
Quiz: Which North Carolina Invasive Species Are You?
North Carolina is home to many invasive plants, animals and insects. Take our quiz to find out which one you are.
Being Near Pollinator Habitat Boosts Soybean Size
The finding could make a meaningful difference in a grower’s profit margin.