Two state senators and four alumni will be recognized March 9 during annual Founder’s Day Scholarship Gala at Elizabeth City State University.
Researchers from multiple universities are working under the North Carolina Collaboratory umbrella to develop recommendations to improve state management of species like oysters.
Penn State Professor Emeritus in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Dr. James Ferry presents “Life in the Salt Marsh Underground” Feb. 16 at the Coastal Studies Institute.
The new Dr. Frederic B. Jr. and Ernestine H. Westervelt Scholarship for eligible Ocracoke students pursuing higher education was established to honor the doctor, his commitment to learning and his love for Ocracoke.
The team of researchers received a nearly $1 million grant to study over the next two years sand movement under different conditions to better understand storm surge.
Several science centers on the coast are among the 53 statewide to be awarded a total of $2.4 million through the North Carolina Science Museums grant program.
The Department of Administration is accepting applications until Feb. 26 for a four-week, paid mentorship with state government leaders for North Carolina high school girls.
Dr. Rosana Ferreira will present “Navigating Climate Change: Science, Prediction and Extremes” Jan. 18, during the monthly, in-person lecture series at the Coastal Studies Institute on the ECU Outer Banks Campus in Wanchese.
Outer Banks Field Site undergrads who conducted a four-month study of how artificial light at night affects sea turtle nesting have presented their findings, which indicate conservation efforts may be working.
Attendees can learn about artificial light at night on the Outer Banks, including changes over the past nine years, what Outer Banks residents and visitors think about artificial light at night, and how changes relate to sea turtle nesting patterns.
Rising juniors, seniors and graduate students attending the state’s historically Black colleges and universities and minority institution of higher education have until Jan. 8, 2024, to submit their application for the summer internship through the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources.
Applications for the North Carolina Coastal Reserve and Friends of the Reserve’s 2024 undergraduate internship program are due by 11:59 p.m. Jan. 19, 2024.
During the presentation in Ocracoke, researchers will share the history, genetics, range conditions and management of these horses, often referred to as ponies, on Ocracoke Island.
The University of North Carolina Wilmington’s Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship offers a mentor program with140 volunteers who can share their experiences in coastal business startups.
Doctoral candidate Allyson Ropp will present “Wrecked on Chicamacomico: An Examination of the Shipwrecks along Wimble Shoals, Rodanthe, North Carolina” Thursday at the Coastal Studies Institute.
Taking place every Saturday in October, the event at the historic site on Roanoke Island to celebrate fall features locally grown pumpkins, crafts and historic games.