Cassius Williams Honored with 2018 Godwin Red Torch Award
NC State alumnus Cassius Williams has been recognized for his long record of voluntarism and support of the university with the 2018 Jerry and Elizabeth Godwin Red Torch Award, given annually in appreciation of individuals or families that have volunteered with leadership, dedication and distinction to advance the university and to further the foundation’s mission.
An Extraordinary Gift for an Extraordinary Place
Two NC State industrial engineering alumni are supporting the College of Engineering’s newest facility with the largest gift given for a campus building in the university's history. The college announced the $25 million gift from Edward P. Fitts Jr. and Edgar S. Woolard Jr. on April 20 at the official groundbreaking for what will be named Fitts-Woolard Hall. The $154-million project on Centennial Campus is also funded by the passage of the May 2016 Connect NC bond referendum as well as other private donors.
Giving Back to Give Forward
Wednesday, March 28 is Student Giving Day. Three NC State students -- Matthew Cherry, Alex Ives and Caleb Parker -- are leading the efforts to motivate their classmates to make a difference and provide education on the impact of private support.
Taking the Lead
For senior Abel Walker, the opportunities offered by the Caldwell Program have "changed everything" about his college experience.
A Change in Direction
The Caldwell Fellows Program has prepared Jess Errico to lead and to shift her career path.
NC State Honors Two with Prestigious Watauga Medal
William K. “Bill” Collins Sr. and Benjamin P. “Ben” Jenkins III named the 2018 recipients of the Watauga Medal, NC State University’s highest nonacademic honor.
Bringing Others Along. From his days as an RA and student body president, to his investment in the Caldwell Fellows, Tony Caravano has always believed in the NC State community.
Caldwell Fellows Honor Five Decades of Impact
As the Caldwell Fellows program celebrates its 50th anniversary at NC State, the current fellows and alumni of the program continue to be change-makers locally, nationally and around the world.
A New Program for Aging Animals
Advances in veterinary medicine help animals live longer, and with a larger population of aging companion animals comes a new set of medical needs. Generous donor support lays the groundwork for an innovative gerontology program at NC State’s College of Veterinary Medicine that will take the lead in addressing these challenges.
An Extraordinary Gift to Complete the Memorial Belltower
An extraordinary gift from Bill and Frances Henry will enable the university to complete the Memorial Belltower – including the installation of the full complement of 54 bells, carillon and interior stairs as originally designed.