Lunch Colloquium provides faculty and students with interests in environmental and resource economics an informal, ongoing forum in which they can present research to receive early feedback on their projects. Learn More.
Friday | 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Environmental, Water Resources and Coastal Engineering Graduate Research Symposium
James B. Hunt Library-Duke Energy Hall (NC State University Centennial Campus)
Poster session @1pm
Keynote presentation @4pm:
Janet G McCabe, Professor of Practice, Indiana University, and former
U.S. EPA Acting Assistant Administrator for the Office of Air and Radiation will present:
"The past, present, and future of environmental protection: threats and opportunities:
Triangle Resource and Environmental Economics (TREE) hosts prominent domestic and international researchers to present current research in environmental and natural resource economics. CEnREP partners with RTI International and Duke University to present the TREE seminars. Learn More.
ReNeWS is a campus-wide community-of-practice that works to create a systems-level understanding of water issues and their innovative solutions. ReNeWS will blend the current collection of water researchers across NC State into a community of scholars, with the goal of developing solutions that are technically sound, practically implementable, and politically, socially, economically, and aesthetically tenable. Learn More.
Camp Resources is a summer workshop sponsored by US Environmental Protection Agency which provides an opportunity for graduate students and young professionals to discuss research in early stages. Learn More.