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Oct 6, 2015

Alumnus makes the College a part of his estate plans

When it came time to make estate plans, setting up a way to support the College of Engineering made sense for Van Delk. 

Architect's rendering of the future Fitts-Woolard Hall

Oct 6, 2015

College prepares next step in move to Centennial

The College of Engineering made its first move toward a new home on Centennial Campus in 2004, with the opening of Engineering Building I. Engineering Building II opened in 2005 and Engineering Building III in 2010. Now, the College is prepared to take the next step toward a home on Centennial with the construction of the Engineering Oval building. 

Oct 6, 2015

Meet the Dean’s Circle

Alumni. Friends. Faculty members. Sons and daughters. Spouses. Members of the Dean’s Circle, the College’s signature annual giving fund, are connected to NC State engineering in different ways. 

Oct 6, 2015

Endowed professorships help recruit top researchers

If the College of Engineering is to sustain its position as one of the leading public colleges of engineering in the country, it is critical to have the best faculty in the country. 

Oct 6, 2015

Foundation board changes leadership

Robin (Rob) E. Manning, who holds a bachelor’s in electrical engineering from NC State and a master’s in business administration from Queens College in Charlotte, took over as president of the NC State Engineering Foundation, Inc.’s board of directors in January. He replaces Thomas R. McPherson Jr., who has two degrees in electrical engineering from NC State and is a Distinguished Engineering Alumnus. 

Oct 6, 2015

Foundation Year in Review

The NC State Engineering Foundation, Inc. had another record-setting fundraising year with $21,741,828.00 in private gifts and new commitments for fiscal year 2014-15 in support of students, faculty and programs in the College of Engineering.