Extraordinary Impact: Poole College of Management
With more than $3.3 million in gifts in 2018-19 from donors in 40 states, Poole College of Management is developing business leaders, generating impactful research and serving communities. Take a look at what private support is helping PCOM accomplish.
Jon Carr Discusses the Success of NC State Entrepreneurship
Jon Carr, Jenkins Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship, was featured on WRAL during the On the Record segment to discuss the growth and success of entrepreneurship at NC State. NC State entrepreneurship start-ups have generated $1.2 billion in added income to the state economy and, currently, there are 31 start-up companies housed in the new NC State Entrepreneurship Garage.
Connecting Veterans with Community
NC State offers a variety of resources and services to support those who have served our country, and donors support many of those efforts.
2020 Princeton Review Rankings Reflect Efforts to Unite, Advance Entrepreneurship Across Campus
Recognition in the 2020 Princeton Review rankings in entrepreneurship highlights the investment NC State, with donor support, is making in entrepreneurship across campus. The university ranked 10th in the country for undergraduate entrepreneurship and 21st for graduate programs. The Princeton Review collects upwards of 60 self-reported data points to establish a full perspective as to what entrepreneurship on campus looks like from the student and faculty perspectives, as well as how both groups engage in off-campus events such as competitions.
NC State Jenkins MBA Announces 2020 McLauchlan Leadership Fellows
NC State's Jenkins MBA Program has named its McLauchlan Fellows for spring 2020 semester. These students will take part in the McLauchlan Leadership Series, a program designed to provide graduate-level leadership education through experiential learning. A generous 2015 gift from Russ and Cara McLauchlan has empowered more than 100 students to participate in the initiative.
Accounting for Needs
Two-time alumnus Dominick Vaccaro, who is working toward becoming a CPA, is thankful for the leadership opportunities and resources he enjoyed at NC State.
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.
Andrews Launch Accelerator: Season Four Reflects Growth in the Program and Startup Teams
NC State alumnus Chip Andrews, a current member of the Board of Trustees, reflects on working with the fourth cohort of local entrepreneurs through the Andrews Launch Accelerator. The program was established thanks to a $1 million gift commitment from Andrews and his wife Lyn.
Members of Poole Latinx Community Share Their Stories
A Gilman Scholarship recipient, an alumnus of the Entrepreneurship Mentors Network and two first-generation scholars are among the students and alumni sharing their stories for Poole College of Management's celebration of Latinx Heritage Month.
$2 Million Grant from North Carolina Nonprofit Aids Study of Financial Health in Retirement
The Institute of Consumer Money Management (ICMM), a North Carolina-based nonprofit, announced a $2 million grant to three leading universities for studying the financial health of low- and moderate-income Americans who are near or in retirement. Robert Clark, professor at Poole College of Management, will be the principal investigator for the grant at NC State, focusing on understanding the changes in the standard of living for these families as they enter retirement and whether income declines can be moderated by financial literacy initiatives.