Join the EB Oval challenge
We are excited to share with you a great way to make your gift to the Cornerstone Society have even more impact, thanks to an anonymous donor who has made a challenge gift to help raise funds for Engineering Building Oval. The donor will match dollar for dollar any gift to the Cornerstone Society, so your donation automatically doubles.
Consider making a year-end gift to the College of Engineering
2017 is wrapping up quickly, but donors like you still have time to make your year-end gift to the College of Engineering at NC State University.
Join the Young Alumni Dean’s Circle
The NC State Engineering Foundation is pleased to announce two new young alumni giving levels for the College of Engineering's Dean's Circle.
Technology and complex details meet aesthetics and usability
Alumnus Junji Kawabe, a Franklin Bost Industrial Design Fellowship recipient during his time in the College of Design, recently received an iF Design Award Gold. Kawabe's two NC State degrees — a bachelor's in aerospace engineering and a master's in industrial design — are proving to be a complementary strength in his career.
NC State Engineering 2+2 Program director at UNCW has roots in both universities
As program director and academic advisor for the NC State Engineering 2+2 Transfer Program, Amy Craig Reamer works onsite at UNCW but is employed by NC State, where she received her undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degrees.
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.
College names Distinguished Engineering Alumni for 2017
The College of Engineering at North Carolina State University named the Distinguished Engineering Alumnus award winners for 2017. The recipients are Basil Hassan, senior manager of the Thermal, Fluid, and Aero Sciences Group for Sandia National Laboratories and Alan S. Icenhour, associate laboratory director for the Nuclear Science and Engineering Directorate at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Answering the call
Frank and Doris Culberson name atrium in Engineering Building I.
To the Stars
Since childhood, Christina Hammock Koch has wanted to be an astronaut. After following her own path, the NC State alumna has done it.
Benefits of advanced wood-burning stoves greater than previously thought
A recent study out of the Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering (CCEE) finds that advanced wood-burning stoves designed for use in the developing world can reduce air pollution more than anticipated because gaseous emissions from traditional wood stoves form more particulate matter in the atmosphere than researchers previously thought.