Don’t miss out on giving to the College in 2018
As 2018 is coming to a close, consider making a year-end gift to the College of Engineering at NC State University.
Like son, like father
Inspired by his son Lewis’s bequest to benefit NC State’s Apiculture Science Fund, College of Engineering alumnus Jim Cauble decided to create a scholarship fund through his own planned gift. His gift will also support areas of interest to his children, making philanthropy a Cauble family tradition.
Where are they now? Mechanical engineering alumnus Tommy DiNardo
Alumnus Tommy DiNardo ’84 followed in his father's footsteps in basketball and mechanical engineering.
Gordon, Lehrer, Weinberg and West receive DEA awards
The College of Engineering at North Carolina State University bestowed the Distinguished Engineering Alumnus award on Suzanne Gordon, Peter Lehrer, Gil West, and Alan Weinberg.
Ph.D. graduate balances research, minority mentorship — and wins game show
Four years out of her Ph.D. program at NC State, Dr. Makita Phillips is forging her own, unique path toward making impactful, accessible change.
Engineering alumni, YouTube stars return to campus
When Rhett McLaughlin and Link Neal — better known as comedy duo Rhett & Link — were teenagers, they made a blood oath that they were going to create things together. But what they didn’t know at the time is that they’d first be attending the College of Engineering at NC State together, earning degrees that helped them in unexpected ways in their entertainment careers.
Holmes Hall honors groundbreaking engineering graduate, athlete
Irwin Holmes, NC State’s first black graduate and the first varsity athlete to compete at an Atlantic Coast Conference school, will be honored for his perseverance and dedication to the university when the University College Commons is renamed Holmes Hall.
Two of a kind
Ed Fitts and Ed Woolard built a friendship on their love for NC State.
Building a Legacy
Alumni and friends have a chance to make a lasting impact for the College.
Support of Fitts-Woolard Hall offers unique opportunities to current and future students
On Friday, April 20, 2018, the University broke ground on Fitts-Woolard Hall, the crucial next step in the College’s move to Centennial Campus. The new building will bring together innovators from the Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering and the Edward P. Fitts Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE). Meet two alumni who have supported the project and are helping continue the College’s excellence in engineering.