Have you included the NC State Engineering Foundation in your will, trust or other estate plans? It’s a great way to make sure the opportunity that meant so much to you is there for future generations.
First Ph.D. graduate endows professorship in biological and agricultural engineering
Charlie Suggs spent his 90th birthday in the same way he had spent many other days of his life: making a lasting impact to the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering (BAE). With the signing of the Charles W. Suggs Distinguished Professorship in Biological and Agricultural Engineering Endowment, Dr. Suggs and his wife, Jane, created a named endowed professorship in the department.
A Wolfpack family gives back
Pack loyalty prompts the Sigmon family to make generous gifts to the College of Engineering and the University.
Alumni participation matters!
When it comes to national rankings, U.S. News & World Report considers a wide range of factors, including the alumni participation rate, or the percentage of alumni who make an annual gift to NC State. This means that your gift to the College of Engineering — no matter the amount – directly impacts our national ranking.
Alumna continues her support of the College
When Rashida Hodge established a scholarship in the College of Engineering, she didn’t name it after herself. Her recent pledge to help fund construction of the newest engineering building on NC State’s Centennial Campus includes naming rights for a foyer in Engineering Building Oval. She won’t put her name on that, either.
Praxair continues to be a champion for the College
Each year, the Taste of Engineering program ties engineering disciplines to food. It gives undecided female first-year students and others a chance to learn about the College’s academic departments and to network with fellow students and faculty memb
Father and daughter help bring STEM support to North Carolina school
A gift from a father-daughter team of NC State graduates is providing opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) to a North Carolina elementary school.
Frank and Doris Culberson name atrium in Engineering Building I
The atrium in Engineering Building I, home of Culberson’s home Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (CBE), was dedicated as the Frank and Doris Culberson Atrium in November 2017. Now, the Culbersons have donated to the College to help fund construction of Fitts-Woolard Hall.
Join the club
Donors who support the College’s Fitts-Woolard Hall project receive recognition and exclusive benefits as part of their important gift.
College announces first-of-its-kind gift, breaks ground on Fitts-Woolard Hall
Two North Carolina State University industrial engineering alumni are supporting the College of Engineering’s newest building with the largest gift given for a campus building naming in NC State’s history. The University on Friday broke ground on Fitts-Woolard Hall, which comes as the result of a $25 million gift from alumni Edward P. Fitts Jr. and Edgar S. Woolard Jr.