Home is where the Pack is
Though Sydney Floryanzia, who graduates in May with a degree in chemical engineering, originally wondered if NC State was too close to home, she found numerous opportunities to grow and expand her horizons, thanks to private support.
Shaking up earthquake research
The Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering’s Mervyn Kowalsky channels distinguished professorship funding to support students and their work to address structural engineering challenges.
College of Engineering meets campaign fundraising goal
NC State’s College of Engineering has met its ambitious $230 million fundraising goal for the University’s Think and Do the Extraordinary capital campaign.
Recent Kolbas gift supports ECE students academically and socially
“The MakerSpace was an extension of Bob’s desire to not only teach students how to make and prototype things, but actually provide them with access to the tools, instruments and components to enable students to build. This most recent gift in 2020 will be a critical resource enabling us to continue to supply the consumable components, tools and instruments used in the MakerSpace,” said Dan Stancil, ECE department head.
Anonymous donors provide vital support for deans’ priorities
A College of Engineering alumnus and his wife have provided a significant legacy gift to the College. The couple, who wish to remain anonymous, have made a bequest through their estate plans that will provide funding to the College of Engineering dean’s discretionary funds. These philanthropic monies will be used by future deans of NC State Engineering to pursue their priorities related to research, teaching and programmatic needs that may not be covered through other revenue sources.
Donors who support the College’s Fitts-Woolard Hall project receive recognition and exclusive benefits as part of their important gift. Along with recognition in this iconic new engineering building, members will receive regular insider updates on the project and will be invited to exclusive events, including the building dedication.
A perfect fit
The Jackson Distinguished Professorship in Biomedical Engineering reflects donor Jerry Jackson’s decades of NC State support and bolsters faculty member Helen Huang’s work to improve lives.
Alumni and friends of the College help set new Day of Giving record
The College of Engineering turned out strong for North Carolina State University’s Day of Giving 2021 on March 24, raising more than $6 million from 1,615 gifts - both records for the College.
COE alumni and friends can make an impact on Day of Giving
There are plenty of opportunities to get involved during NC State's third Day of Giving on March 24.
NC State Day of Giving focuses on student impact
NC State held its second annual Day of Giving — a 24-hour fundraising campaign to maximize support for the University — on Sept. 16, 2020, and the College of Engineering’s alumni and friends showed the strength that is the Wolfpack.