A New Music Scholarship Honors Two Generous Men
Charles Zeugner '56 established the Kutschinski-Fulghum Music Scholarship Endowment to honor two men whose kindness helped him get by at NC State and to support students who reflect his own past profile -- with financial need, involved in the Department of Music and studying electrical or computer engineering.
All in Good Chime
For decades, the NC State community enjoyed regular concerts ringing out across campus from the Memorial Belltower. With a new chapter of Belltower history about to begin, alumni carillonneurs share a few of their favorite memories of playing those concerts as students.
A Passion for Producing Beneficial Reactions
NC State alumna Natalie Sherwood makes a connection between her love for theater and her love of polymer and color chemistry – with a little boost from philanthropy.
Jerry Jackson Honored with 2019 Godwin Red Torch Award
Longtime volunteer, advocate and philanthropist Jerry Jackson, of Raleigh, has been honored as recipient of the NC State University Foundation’s 2019 Jerry and Elizabeth Godwin Red Torch Award.
Sir Walter Cabinet Makes Gift to NC State
A new gift from Sir Walter Cabinet – a longtime, influential statewide organization with close ties to the General Assembly – to NC State’s Division of Academic and Student Affairs will benefit the Student Emergency Fund and support the construction of a welcome table for the lobby at the Crafts Center.
A Legacy Supports Student Artist-Engineers
Longtime Arts NC State supporters David and Judi Wilkinson are honoring family connections to the university by creating the Pearsall-Wilkinson Scholarship. The endowment supports College of Engineering students' participation in Arts NC State, prioritizing students with financial need.
Terwilligers Craft Generous Gifts for NC State
With their recent planned gifts in support of need-based scholarships and the Crafts Center, Eric and Lisa Terwilliger honor the most significant experiences of their time as NC State.
A Lifetime of Music, a Legacy at NC State
After Miriam Bailey Gardner was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s, her husband Bill assembled a scrapbook of her life, and in the process, he learned that her love of music was ignited while a student at NC State. They have chosen to establish the Miriam Bailey Gardner Music Scholarship Endowment to provide merit-based scholarships to music students at the university.
The ‘Tiniest Little Thing’ Spurs Student Philanthropy
Mitchell Moravec, who graduated from NC State in May with degrees in psychology and materials science, decided to support the John C. McIlwee Theatre Endowment in recognition of the way the arts enhanced his student experience.
Beautiful Pairings: A Lifetime Commitment to Art and Design
When the new Gregg Museum of Art & Design opens its doors this weekend, its first visitors will owe a debt of gratitude to a couple who have helped make the museum a reality — and who have made art and design their life’s work.