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Hunting for Hemlocks (Endeavors | Jan. 20, 2023)

January 26, 2023

“It’s just a little further,” Ken Donny-Clark promises. The UNC-Chapel Hill senior crawls on his hands and knees, pushing aside branches and small plants as he squeezes his way to his destination. After a few more minutes of struggling through … Continued

Arter, Gorelick named AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellows

January 6, 2023

Former University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill postdoctoral researchers Calvin Arter and David Gorelick recently were named to the 50th cohort of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Science and Technology Policy Fellows (STPF). The program, … Continued

Tar Heels in the field (UNC News | Apr. 20, 2022)

April 20, 2022

Through the UNC Institute for the Environment’s semester-long Sustainable Triangle Field Site, Carolina students are researching Chapel Hill’s creeks to help the town develop stronger flood mitigation plans.

Former field site student awarded prestigious NSF Fellowship

August 2, 2020

Claire Johnson, a student in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Environment, Ecology and Energy Program (E3P) and former IE field site student,  recently was awarded a competitive Graduate Research Fellowship from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The … Continued

Postcard from the Field: Natalie Gabriel ’22 Thailand

May 31, 2020

  Name: Natalie Gabriel Major: Environmental Science: Quantitative Energy Track Expected graduation date: May 2022 Why did you want to go to the Thailand Field Site? I chose this study abroad program because it was not only through my major … Continued