Global Change Fellow Spotlight
Every year the SE CASC funds a multidisciplinary cohort of graduate students representing colleges across NC State University as Global Change Fellows. Learn more about 2021-22 Global Change Fellow Alexandria Nelson and the applied research she's conducting.
SE CASC Project Spotlight
Research funded by the SE CASC encompasses actionable science that contributes to understanding exposure and impacts of global change on resources that matter to our partners and to framing decisions about adaptation strategies, emphasizing principles of co-production.
SE CASC Science Seminars
SE CASC hosts virtual seminars that highlight SE CASC projects supporting resource management across the Southeast. Wes Boone, NC State, presented "Brooding Over Climate Change: Implications for Eastern Wild Turkey Reproduction" on July 21, 10 am ET, co-hosted with SECAS Third Thursday Web Forum.
Land-Grab Universities: How the Morrill Act funded land grant universities by taking Indigenous lands
Join us November 10-11!
In 1862, President Abraham Lincoln signed the Morrill Act, which turned nearly 11 million acres of land expropriated from tribal nations into seed money for land grant universities.
This November, join NC State for two days of events exploring the award-winning investigative story, “Land-grab universities,” including a virtual keynote by authors Tristan Ahtone and Robert Lee. Learn about the history of land grant universities, as well as the data journalism tools that made this groundbreaking project possible. organizations, and NGOs.