A History of Support
As a professor and head of the history department at NC State, David Zonderman is passionate about supporting the university through faculty and staff giving.
Longtime Educators’ Planned Gift will Boost Research
A gift from Charlie Coe, a retired public administration professor at NC State, and his wife Marty, who taught world history at the high school level, will support the work of the School of Public and International Affairs.
Once an Engineer, Always an Engineer
At age 90, Dr. Paul Zia continues to contribute to the Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering — through both his research and his financial support.
Filling the Opportunity Gap
Susan Colby loves NC State University. She loves supporting and guiding students, too.
New Scholarship Benefits Wolfpack Families
NC State’s Employee Dependent’s Tuition Scholarship has distributed a quarter of a million dollars in tuition grants to 127 students for the 2016-17 academic year.
Longtime Friends Help Bring Noise Back to Reynolds
As Reynolds Coliseum undergoes a $35 million renovation, Tim Peeler and Tracy Fulghum have committed to help preserve its atmosphere.
Faculty and Staff Giving
Private support takes the College of Humanities and Social Sciences from good to great. No one knows that better than the college faculty and staff.
Making a Mark on 4-H Programs
Mark Dearmon celebrates his nearly 40-year career at NC State by establishing a new endowment to support performing arts programs for 4-H’ers.
Longtime Accounting Professor Supports ARTS NC State
Accounting and the arts might seem like an odd couple to some, but Roby Sawyers sees both as integral pieces of his experience at NC State University. He also recognizes the critical role that private giving plays for the two disciplines.
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.