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Month Two

Are you interested in sustainable travel? Would an app with a map help you walk or bike more? Try the OnCampus App to find out all the information that you need about both! Emergency Management and Mission Continuity, Transportation and Sustainability Stewards at NC State work together to promote safe... Read More
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National Community Planning Month

National Community Planning Month is a month-long event that focuses on the importance of community planning and its impacts. This year, the theme of Planning for Infrastructure That Benefits All highlights how good planning processes can strengthen communities and improve equitable resilience. It’s About Where and How We Build This “how” and... Read More
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Prepared, Not Scared- National Preparedness Month

National Preparedness Month, is recognized each September to promote family and community disaster and emergency planning now and throughout the year. The 2019 theme is “Prepared, Not Scared.” FEMA and the Ad Council kick off National Preparedness Month with new public service announcements from FEMA’s Ready Campaign that promote the... Read More
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Month One

Emergency Management and Mission Continuity have teamed up with New Student Programs and Student Government to bring you our first month of outreach within our Year of Partnerships. We feel that students should have access to emergency information at their fingertips. So, what should you do?  No better way to start... Read More
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Severe Weather Preparedness

Summer heat brings severe storms with short notice!  Lots of weather options are available to keep you informed! For local weather – check out NC State’s WeatherSTEM information page. Subscribe to other local resources for weather notifications, like WRAL.com, National Weather Service or weather apps like Weather Underground and Accuweather! Read More
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Emergency Alert System Test

Starting at 2:20 p.m. ET Wednesday, federal agencies are due to conduct a nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System. A message will go to designated radio and TV stations, then all other radio and TV stations, plus cable, wireline and satellite service providers should get and broadcast it, according to FEMA. The... Read More
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Heat Advisory and Precipitation

From the Weather Briefing this morning here is the week in review of weather for Central North Carolina. High temperatures and dangerous heat index values will be the primary hazards across central NC this week. For the latest weather information, please visit: www.weather.gov/rah Link to Weather Briefing Briefing Presentation Read More
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Top 5 PACK ready tips for College

Is your student an incoming freshman at NC State? Follow these tips to make sure your student is prepared for their first year at college. Know Your Contacts Stay Safe on Campus Sign up for Wolf Alerts Download the OnCampus App Be PackReady! Know Your Contacts Do you know your... Read More
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How-to: Blue Light System

You may be wondering how NC State utilizes the bluelight system? Read further to find out how useful these are and what they do! NC State University utilizes Bluelight emergency call boxes and Security Stanchions that are strategically located on campus to provide a way for those who may need... Read More