Alumni give to Fitts-Woolard Hall to invest in North Carolina’s future
Get to know more about two alumni who have supported the Fitts-Woolard Hall project and why they see supporting the building as a priority.
Alumnus and donor Ralph Edwards has a passion for the impact of study abroad
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.
Meet the Dean’s Circle
Meet three Dean’s Circle donors and learn why they give.
Young alumna endows scholarship in honor of father
Dr. Joy Johnson didn’t grow up dreaming about becoming an engineer. But she did grow up with a father who taught her to give back what she can to other people.
Continuing a legacy of education
Three months after alumnus Jim Robbins established a scholarship for undergraduate civil engineering students at the NC State College of Engineering, he and his daughter, also an alumna, created the Rebecca C. Robbins Scholarship Endowment for the CVM.
With hopes of new innovation, alumni and friends of the College share why they support Fitts-Woolard Hall
Meet three alumni and a friend of the College who have supported the Fitts-Woolard project and are helping to facilitate innovation in research and education.
Have you made your annual gift to the College of Engineering? Gifts from alumni like you keep the College moving forward by supporting faculty and student recruitment and retention efforts. Your donation is a great way to make sure the opportunity that meant so much to you is there for students today.
Graduate fellowships help attract top students
When students are deciding on which school to attend for a master’s degree or Ph.D., the type of funding they receive is often a key part of their decision. Graduate fellowships, which provide the flexibility to focus on research without being tied to other responsibilities, are among the best ways to attract top students
State Loves #GivingPack
Thousands of NC State supporters roar into action, turning a Day of Giving into a howl of Wolfpack pride.