With a Pack of 88,000 Campaign donors behind us, the students, faculty, Extension professionals, researchers and staff at NC State are thinking beyond boundaries and doing the extraordinary. Learn more about why we’re showing our #PackAppreciation.
College of Sciences Honors Extraordinary Alumni and Students
At its annual awards dinner on Sept. 26, the College of Sciences recognized three alumni for their outstanding achievements and contributions to the college. All three — Nancy Ridenhour, Maggie LaPlante and Jamal Moss — have supported Sciences as volunteer leaders, advocates and donors.
Donor Spotlight: Dewayne Washington
Dewayne Washington made his mark on the football field, both at NC State and in the NFL. Now, along with his wife Adama, he's making his mark on the university as a donor and volunteer.
Networking Lunch Program Helps Students Find Professional Opportunities
This summer, chemistry major Gwen Hopper gained valuable professional experience as a chemical research and development student associate at LORD Corporation in Cary. And the opportunity started over lunch. Hopper is just one of the 111 students who have participated in the College of Sciences’ Networking Lunch Program since its launch in spring 2018. The program pairs volunteer college alumni with current students as mentors sharing professional expertise and answering questions about the workplace.
Remembering Steve Schuster
The College of Design community is saddened by the death of Steve Schuster, a leader in the practice of architecture and adaptive reuse. His passion and leadership, both in design and as a supporter of NC State, will leave an impressive legacy.
It takes every member of the Wolfpack to help us reach our goals. By volunteering on campus and giving your time to our students, faculty, programs and facilities, you can help us think beyond the boundaries and do the extraordinary. Volunteers are currently needed for Packapalooza and Move-In Days.
NC State is a university committed to creating economic, societal and intellectual prosperity in North Carolina and beyond, and it takes every member of the Wolfpack to help us reach our goals. By volunteering on campus and giving your time to our students, faculty, programs and facilities, you can help us think beyond the boundaries and do the extraordinary.
Learning to Lead
Over the past year, almost two dozen women at the Wilson College of Textiles, including students, faculty and staff, have benefited from professional development grants through the Ellen Rohde Leadership Initiative. Opportunities including conference travel, workshops, networking and research are made possible through an endowed gift from Rhode, who serves on the North Carolina Textile Foundation Board of Directors.
NC State Poole College Welcomes Three New Advisory Board Members
Poole College of Management announced the appointment of three new members to its advisory board: Brian Ciaverella and alumni Amy Rumford and Amir Mehr. Board members lend their unique perspectives as they attend events, mentor students, contributie philanthropically and serve as ambassadors for the college in the greater community.
Board of Trustees Elects Officers
NC State’s Board of Trustees elected officers for the coming year on July 10. The group includes longtime university volunteer leader and donor Tom Cabaniss as chair.