Winners Announced for the Social and Environmental Impact Category of NC State’s 2020 Lulu eGames
The Lulu eGames, NC State’s largest annual startup competition, draws the attention of student and faculty entrepreneurs from across campus. This year 130+ entrepreneurs entered the competition to battle for over $100,000 in award money. A group of volunteer judges hand-picked 19 finalist teams to advance to the second round of our highly competitive startup competition. For the first time since its inception in 2009, ten final round winners were announced virtually via a Facebook Live video stream on April 8, 2020. Student teams walked away with anywhere from $2,000 to $15,000.
Reflections from the 2019 ARCS Annual Conference at UNC Kenan-Flagler
Rejaul Hasan, recent graduate from the Wilson College of Textiles, attended the 11th Annual Alliance for Research on Corporate Sustainability Conference at UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School. He shares what he learned from cutting edge sustainability researchers.
Winners Announced for the Social and Environmental Impact Category of NC State’s 2019 Lulu eGames
NC State’s 11th annual Lulu eGames kicked off with a fantastic performance from student entrepreneurs in the Social and Environmental Impact category!
Reflections from the 2018 ARCS Annual Conference at MIT Sloan
by Rejaul Hasan BSC Associate Doctoral candidate in the NC State Colleges of Textiles The Alliances for Research on Corporate Sustainability (ARCS) 10th annual research conference was hosted by the MIT Sustainability Initiative at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan […]
How will fiber broadband impact sustainability?
Google has joined a growing list of companies that plan to offer fiber services in North Carolina. What will faster, cheaper, ubiquitous broadband mean for sustainability?
NC GreenPower tests new focus on solar for schools & community
NC GreenPower is piloting two new programs that will shift its focus toward development of community solar projects at schools across the state.
NC CLEAN TECH SUMMIT: FEB. 26, 2014
Summit aims to drive sustainable economic development, through the clean tech sector, across North Carolina.
EX PHILIP MORRIS PLANT BECOMES HOME OF $1BN BATTERY START-UP
If Swiss-based Alevos technology proves viable, it could radically change the energy landscape and bring thousands of jobs to Concord.
NEW RESEARCH TOOL EMPOWERS SUSTAINABILITY PROFESSIONALS WITH QUALITY DATA
Frustrated by the difficulty of finding high-quality, reliable sustainability data, a Chapel Hill based start-up hopes to accelerate the pace of green change.
CAN CHARLOTTE CHARITY CREATE “AMERICA’S MOST SUSTAINABLE URBAN CORE”?
Envision Charlotte has set itself an ambitious goal, and it's using innovative means to achieve it.