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Month: December 2019

2 males talking in kitchen

Dec 18, 2019

Food Safety for the Holidays

It’s after the big meal that you’ll face some of the biggest questions, like “Can I nap right away?” and “How long can the turkey and fixin’s sit out safely?” Ben Chapman spent his November and December dishing out safety tips for holiday cooking. 

African American family in park

Dec 18, 2019

Making Progress: Social and Economic Self-Sufficiency

The Middle Class Express program (MCE) is working hard to help county citizens make progress toward economic and social self-sufficiency that ensures access to employment, educational and financial development opportunities, and other health and human service resources. Find out how 2 YFCS graduate students were involved in this effort. 

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Dec 18, 2019

Student Olivia Knott Makes Big Impact with Internship at Reynolds American, Inc.

AEE undergraduate, Olivia Knott shares a bit about her experience working as an intern with Reynolds American Inc. 

Picture of tomato and colorful salad

Dec 18, 2019

EFNEP Success Story

Collaboration is key for NC State's EFNEP and SNAP-Ed Health programs and both groups have made great strides in identifying ways in which they can work together to improve the health of North Carolina's limited resource families. 

Woman hiking in rural area

Dec 18, 2019

New YFCS Study Abroad to Spain

Seeking an exciting new adventure this summer? Enroll in the new YFCS Study Abroad Spain: Exploring Family and Culture on the Camino de Santiago. This course is open to all undergrads and grads and takes place May 13th-May23rd. 

Portrait of young African American woman with earrings

Dec 16, 2019

AEE Student Tiera George Gains Valuable Research Experience through REACH Program

AEE student, Tiera George shares her internship experience working with the REACH program. 

Aerial of Memorial Belltower and surrounding buildings on campus.

Dec 16, 2019

Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program Success!

The Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) and NC State’s SNAP-Ed Steps to Health Program (STH) identifies ways to work together to form sustained partnerships.