For much for my first year of coursework at North Carolina State University I had the pleasure of collaborating with Nancy Smith, a PH.D. student. Her interests on preparedness and global learning with very similar to mine. Together we were able to engage her undergraduate students at Winston Salem University in several project based learning experiences. Based on the feedback we received the students were highly engaged, highly motivated and eager to solve the variety of problems Nancy and I proposed to them. Below is an example of PBL project we created involving her undergraduate physical therapy students. The students were learning about electrical stimulation, or e-stim, as a means of rehabilitating a patient with long term, or chronic pain. While more research is clearly needed at this level, we found that both elementary and undergraduate students benefited from project based learning.