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Department of Sustainable Biomaterials
Article ItemPathways minors tackle the challenges of the future , article
New minors in the College of Natural Resources and Environment target students interested in global natural resources challenges.
Article ItemNew position will help equip students for career success , article
Ken Morgan of Morgan Lumber Company is funding a new director of employer relations position in the college.
Article ItemCollaboration sparks new and improved career preparation initiatives , article
Today’s graduates need much more than a strong academic background to land their first jobs and be successful in the workplace. Staff and faculty, including the college’s new director of employer relations, are working together and connecting with industry partners to prepare career-ready young professionals.
Article ItemStudents tackle real-time packaging challenges , article
At the college’s Center for Packaging and Unit Load Design, students are asked to find solutions for packaging problems that companies face. The result is a collaborative effort that connects leading companies with expert professors and students eager to take on the challenges of the packaging industry.
Article ItemResearch spotlight , article
Brief summaries of recent research projects in the college
Article ItemMaking our mark in carbon , article
The College of Natural Resources and Environment is uniquely positioned to take on the critical challenges of carbon, working collaboratively across a wide range of disciplines.
Article ItemCNRE by the numbers , article
A snapshot of the college is presented in a series of infographics.
Article ItemBringing in the class , article
Learn how the College of Natural Resources and Environment blends traditional and technology to create a pipeline of prospective students, a steady flow of admission applications, and a committed class of new students who can’t wait to study what they are passionate about and be a part of CNRE.
Article ItemCadets highlight colors at football games , article
In a continuing partnership between the Virginia Tech football team and the Corps of Cadets, players and cadets are selected to highlight the colors during the pre-game ceremonies at each game.
Article ItemAmerican hardwood market in Vietnam , article
Professor Robert Smith and Assistant Professor Henry Quesada of the Department of Sustainable Biomaterials attended the 10th Annual Vietnam International Woodworking Industry Fair last fall.
Article ItemAlumni Profile: Christian Heine , article
Alumnus Christian Heine has come a long way — literally and figuratively — from his start as a woodworker’s apprentice in his home country of Germany to his current position as president of Bosch Power Tools North America.
Article ItemStudents help to solve a real-world crisis , article
Students in Daniel Hindman’s Green Building Systems course were challenged to design sustainable housing units for use in Middle Eastern countries taking in Syrian refugees.
Article ItemHammett appointed visiting professor at Nepal university , article
Under his four-year appointment, Hammett will work closely with the Agriculture and Forestry University's administration and faculty while continuing to teach and conduct research at Virginia Tech.
Article ItemAdvances in microscopy benefit research , article
Researchers have explored and established a video microscopy technique that digitally acquires and stitches up to 50 microscopic images into a single large-scale image of a wood and adhesive bondline.
Article ItemTwo Colleges Team Up for Study Abroad in Nepal , article
Faculty and students from the college joined with others from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences to spend their winter break trekking through the Himalayas.
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