Engineering alumni Culberson and Stewart receive Watauga Medals
S. Frank Culberson, Charles A. Flink II and James A. Stewart will receive NC State’s highest nonacademic honor for their extraordinary service and commitment to the university.
A legacy supports student artist-engineers
David and Judi Wilkinson have been members of the Arts NC State community for decades. In 2018, David and Judi chose to establish the Pearsall-Wilkinson Scholarship Endowment with a major gift. The endowment supports College of Engineering students’ participation in Arts NC State.
Study: NC State Engineering is a top producer of engineering deans in the US
At least five deans of US engineering schools earned their Ph.D. from the College of Engineering at NC State, according to a study published in the quarterly National Academy of Engineering journal The Bridge.
Philanthropy helps ‘what if’ become ‘what is’ for 2013 graduates
KeJuan Weaver, Hillary Spangler and Andrew Miller have turned “what if” into “what is” since graduating from NC State in 2013. See how this impressive group of alumni has embraced Think and Do.
Recent graduates credit NC State Think and Do with healthcare startup success
One of the vexing problems in health care is how to securely and effectively share patient medical information among care providers. Medicom, a Raleigh-based startup – whose founders were NC State University undergraduate students when they began developing their startup […]
Gift from Caldwell alumnus establishes the Gerald Hawkins Experiential Learning Fund
A gift from program alumnus Jeff Williams (ME '85) will ensure life-changing experiences at the Center for Creative Leadership for future Fellows.
An extraordinary year
As we close the books on 2018, join the College of Engineering as we take a look back at the extraordinary work that has been accomplished. From the naming of the fourth engineering building on campus to the College climbing in rankings, 2018 has proven to be an amazing year.
College marks Fitts-Woolard Hall milestone
The College of Engineering celebrated progress on the new Fitts-Woolard Hall on Dec. 12 with a Topping Off Celebration and lunch. The College of Engineering celebrated progress on the new Fitts-Woolard Hall on Dec. 12 with a Topping Off Celebration and lunch. The event marked the placing of the highest, but not last, steel beam in a new building’s frame.
New video highlights the importance of Fitts-Woolard Hall
Clark Nexsen, designer for Fitts-Woolard Hall, recently released a video called, "Fitts-Woolard Hall at NC State by Clark Nexsen."
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.