Royce Watson placed 2nd at the State Conference and had the opportunity to compete in D.C. with other architectural projects around the nation. Though the competition was rigorous, Royce was able to place Top 10 in the Nation!
We are excited to host a new ACE event this year to encourage more young women to pursue careers in Architecture, Construction, & Engineering! ACE Girls’ Day in the Field will be held on Friday, June 21st at NC State’s Centennial Campus. The event is open to female students entering 9th-12th grade in the […]
I am pleased to send you the attached ACE 2017-18 Program Year Report. It integrates into a succinct summary key data from recent student and alumni surveys as well as affiliates’ year-end reports. This is the first time we created such a document. It is somewhat akin to an annual report. I call […]
18th Annual First Year Engineering Design Day November 21st, 2017: 9 am – 4 pm Location: McKimmon Center First Year Engineering Design Day (FEDD) is an end-of-semester opportunity for first-year engineering student teams to showcase their design projects and compete for awards. The projects are completed as part of the E 101 – Introduction to Engineering […]
ACE RDU Thanks North Carolina Museum of Art for providing insight to students about how a project comes together from a vision, to the design and finally into construction. This experience gave the students valuable information to use for their respective projects. Special Thanks to: Dan Gottlieb – NCMA Rachel Woods – NCDCR Michael Batts […]
As a ninth grade student at Broughton High School, Emmei Gootnick was introduced to the ACE Mentor Program in Raleigh. She joined the program with an interest in engineering, but she was introduced to several career paths through a combination of project work and guest speakers sharing insights during her four years of participation with […]