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Wood Enterprise Institute student entrepreneurs create and market charcuterie boards

The Wood Enterprise Institute is a student-led, faculty-supported organization from the Department of Sustainable Biomaterials in the College of Natural Resources and Environment. The year-long…

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Bear Cam View

Researchers at Virginia Tech, led by Professor Marcella Kelly of the Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation, have placed collars counted with cameras on black bears. The cameras are providing…

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CNRE Outstanding Senior Isaiah Moore

Meteorology major Isaiah Moore is featured as CNRE's Outstanding Senior of 2021.

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CNRE student finds great joy in helping wildlife

Haley Olsen-Hodges, a wildlife conservation major at the College of Natural Resources and Environment, currently works with wildlife at the Southwest Virginia Wildlife Center — an experience…

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Cherished oak tree provides a learning opportunity

Students from the College of Natural Resources and Environment met with University Arborist Jamie King and Geoff Manning of Manning Arboriculture to learn about the care that has been prescribed to…

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Lab measures package handling during increased shipping amidst Covid-19

Researchers in Virginia Tech's packaging center investigate how an increase in e-commerce during Covid-19 is impacting how packages are handled. They measure the impact packages endure to…

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Mammalogy Class Utilizes Outdoor Spaces To Study Carnivores

Students in Professor Kevin Hamed's mammalogy class get an in-person look at identifying features of carnivorous mammals while utilizing outdoor spaces to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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Brittany Christensen - College of Natural Resources and Environment 2020 Outstanding Senior

Profile of Brittany Christensen, 2020 Outstanding Senior for the College of Natural Resources and Environment.

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Internships have laid foundation for graduate's career

As he prepares for graduation in December, College of Natural Resources and Environment senior Jonathan Reynolds says that his internship experiences have laid an important foundation for a career in…

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Moving the world through packaging

The Center for Packaging and Unit Load Design hosted an open house to help Blacksburg area businesses and friends of the college discover the dynamic opportunities afforded by the program's…

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Conservation and biodiversity of fish and wildlife

Emmanuel Frimpong, Professor in the Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation, talks about his research in maintaining biodiversity and conservation of rare species.

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Hokies help Cooper's hawk spread its wings and fly

A Cooper's hawk is flying free above Virginia Tech thanks to Hokies and the Southwest Virginia Wildlife Center of Roanoke. The hawk flew into a window and then spiraled to the ground at the…

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Architecture students design, build New River Train Observatory

Virginia Tech students in the School of Architecture + Design collaborated with the City of Radford's tourism department to highlight the region's train history. The cross-disciplinary team…

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HokieTalks: Making new and improved medicines available to patients-- from the trees

Kevin Edgar, Professor of Sustainable Biomaterials in the College of Natural Resources and Environment, presented during the 2019 HokieTalks. Watch his talk,"Making new and improved medicines…

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Virginia Tech students take part in wildlife field techniques course

Students in the College of Natural Resources and Environment participated in a 10-day field experience at Mountain Lake Biological Station in August. Field activities included bat detecting,…

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Forestry student finds passion for wildland fire management after injury, surgeries

John Kese, a student in the College of Natural Resources and Environment, suffered an injury in high school while playing baseball. His goal of playing the sport at the college level turned into a…

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