Dunn Family’s Gift Pays Tribute, Inspires Leadership
The Warren Leadership Program pays tribute to the late Adolph Warren, a 1952 NC State graduate who was an agricultural teacher in Sampson County for more than three decades.
Passion for Improving Lives Inspires CALS Staff Member to Give Back
Lorelei Jones has loved everything about NC State since she was a young girl growing up in eastern North Carolina’s Lenoir County.
Engineering Graduate Reflects on Impact of Private Support
Shiana Thomas found a strong community spirit at NC State, along with a knowledgeable and supportive faculty, and a range of opportunities.
Chancellor’s Circle Celebrates Annual Impact
About 500 members of NC State’s Chancellor’s Circle enjoyed a festive evening that included a show by vertical dance troupe Bandaloop on Sept. 18 at Talley Student Union.
Parents Breakfast Highlights Impact of Philanthropy on Student Experience
The 2015 Parents Breakfast hosted by Chancellor Randy Woodson and his wife, Susan, highlighted the impact of philanthropy on the student experience at NC State.
Investing in People
Patty Fields, a staff member in the College of Education, is a longtime NC State donor whose payroll deduction gifts support Hunt Library, as well as her college.
Alumna Shares Impact of Scholarship Support
Richelle Hollingshead earned her bachelor’s degree in math and her master of public administration from NC State. Scholarship support enabled her to embrace her passion for the nonprofit sector.
Record-Breaking Year in Philanthropy
NC State’s alumni and friends are investing in the university’s success. Last year, our donors gave $208.5 million to support scholarships, research, academic programs and faculty support.
Professor Channels Passions into Financial Support
For three decades, Dr. Chris Gould has channeled his passions into financial support of the university.
Our Three Winners Update
Six of our university’s outstanding students have been selected to receive $2,000 scholarships for the upcoming 2015–16 academic year.