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May 21, 2020
Resilient Pack: Keeping North Carolina Fed
Allen Boyette, a senior director in Facilities, leads a group striving to improve the state’s food supply chain.
May 19, 2020
Joining the Coronavirus Fight
In March, junior Elsa Sanabria was offered a job at the state’s Public Health Laboratory. A week later, she went to work testing nasal swabs for the coronavirus.
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How We Think and Do
NC State was made for trying times.
As a public land-grant university, we owe it to the people of our state to tackle challenges such as COVID-19 — and to keep delivering world-class academics, research and outreach for North Carolina and beyond, whatever the circumstances.
"Think and Do" means that what we learn and discover on campus should ultimately improve lives far beyond it. Our work should make a difference in the world we share.
So even as many of us adapt to working remotely, NC State remains open. The good we do doesn't stop.
Whether it's 3D-printing protective equipment for medical providers or helping ordinary people adjust to sudden upheaval, we're working on your behalf. Even if you're not a part of the Wolfpack, the Wolfpack community has your back — during this coronavirus outbreak and long after it's over.
Feed the Pack Food Pantry continues to serve members of the Wolfpack community who need it most. Chancellor Woodson stopped by to thank @NCStateDining and @NCStateDASA for rallying to keep the pantry open. https://t.co/oeTN2dsC9D #ThinkAndDo pic.twitter.com/djkJtmYW5M— NC State University (@NCState) April 26, 2020