Postcard from the Field: STFS – Brianna Small ’19

May 4, 2018

What is your name: Brianna Small Major: Dramatic Art and Environmental Studies (Sustainability Track) double major with minor in Hispanic Studies Expected graduation date: May 2019 Why did you want to go to the STFS? I was interested in the … Continued

Haine receives NC Outstanding Informal Educator Award in STEM

April 30, 2018

Reprinted from North Carolina Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education Center Dana Brown Haine works for a major research university that is on the cutting edge of scientific discovery. While this research may not have found its way into science textbooks just yet, … Continued

Impacts of Global Warming on Sustainable Farmers

April 24, 2018

Inspired by her involvement in IE’s Climate LEAP Program, high school senior Grace Baucom produced this documentary that explores how extreme heat affects sustainable farmers in North Carolina’s Piedmont region. Watch documentary

Carolina celebrates Earth Week

April 16, 2018

Earth Week will feature several events including a student-led fair in the Pit and a keynote lecture from award-winning climate change communicator and author Susan Joy Hassol. See all #UNCEarthWeek2018 events. The Institute will be hosting Movie Night at the Collider featuring … Continued

Gangi earns prestigious Massey Award

April 12, 2018

Gregory J. Gangi, IE’s associate director for education and a teaching associate professor in the Curriculum for Environment and Ecology, was one of six employees at UNC-Chapel Hill to receive a 2018 C. Knox Massey Distinguished Service Awards. The Massey … Continued