Students Get an Assist from Whittenburgs
Well-known Wolfpack basketball player and coach Dereck Whittenburg and his wife, Jacqueline, have started a foundation to support students in finishing their degrees.
Recent Grad Challenge Nets Record Support
Generous recent NC State graduates made more than 660 gifts to the university, totaling nearly $55,500, during this year’s Recent Grad Challenge.
Spires Loves Being Part of Something Bigger
Dr. Hiller Spires knows the importance of private giving, both as a donor and as a professor of literacy and technology in the College of Education.
Supporting Libraries, One Coin at a Time
Teaming up with Wilson White, a College of Engineering alum, students give back to NCSU Libraries during Homecoming activities.
Prestage Receives 2015 Menscer Cup
William H. “Bill” Prestage, the founder, owner and president of Clinton-based Prestage Farms Inc., has been recognized with the 2015 Menscer Cup, the North Carolina State University Foundation’s highest award for philanthropy, dedication and leadership on behalf of the university. […]
Hassan Continues to Contribute
Dr. Hassan A. Hassan, who has been at NC State since 1962, is still making an impact on the field of aerospace engineering — and on lives.
Alumni Couple Issues Challenge to Recent Grads
By establishing a scholarship endowment, Dustin and Kristin Mountcastle challenge other young alumni to give back to NC State — and to help families in need, thanks to Prestage Farms Inc. and the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina.
Tocho Embraces Opportunity
Student-athlete Jack Tocho is making the most of his NC State scholarship.
The Woodsons’ Historic Philanthropy
Since their arrival at NC State in 2010, Chancellor Randy Woodson and his wife, Susan, have demonstrated their leadership in many ways, including embracing and promoting the importance of philanthropy for the university’s future.
Knights’ Gift to Point Future Students Toward Success
Alumnus Clif Knight and his wife, Raya, are helping the Poole College of Management increase its scholarship funding.