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The belltower lit red

Mar 21, 2023

College of Education to Establish Goodnight Distinguished Professorship in Early Literacy

NC State’s College of Education is establishing the Goodnight Distinguished Professorship in Early Literacy thanks to a gift from longtime NC State supporters Dr. Jim and Mrs. Ann Goodnight. The professorship will support the activities of a professor who focuses on teaching the science of reading in early literacy. 

Mar 21, 2023

Park Spotlight: Study Abroad

Learn how three Park Scholars have taken part in study-abroad opportunities during their time in the program thanks to the financial support it provides them with. 

Bottles of wine in the Court of North Carolina

May 10, 2022

NC State Announces Next in Series of NC Licensed Wines

NC State recently announced the second wine in the university’s Hallowed Places Collection, this one featuring The Court of North Carolina on its label. The collection is part of NC State’s ongoing partnership with North Carolina wineries and will benefit scholarship funds across campus. 

Kavin Govindarajan ’24 (left) and David Sieg ’25 (right)

Apr 26, 2022

David Sieg ’25 Adds Spectator Sport Mathematics to NC State

The Park Scholar’s first major project in the College of Sciences was to bring together math enthusiasts from all disciplines for an exciting competition. The Spring 2022 Integration Bee, a calculus-based problem-solving competition named in the style of the familiar grade school spelling bee, is the result. 

NC State Army ROTC members on the Court of North Carolina

Apr 5, 2022

NC State Moves up in 2022-23 Military Friendly Rankings

NC State has earned a top 10 spot in Military Friendly’s national Military Friendly Schools rankings for 2022-23, rising from ninth place the previous year to sixth place. Jeffrey Wright Military and Veteran Services is a key part of a universitywide effort to recruit and support military-affiliated students. 

The Memorial Belltower

Mar 29, 2022

Kenan Fellows Program Director to Retire May 31

Following a distinguished career as an educator, researcher and leader, Dr. Elaine Franklin has announced her retirement as director of NC State’s Kenan Fellows Program for Teacher Leadership (KFP) effective May 31. The KFP has greatly benefited from Dr. Franklin’s thoughtful, intentional and inclusive approach to leadership for the past nine years, and the search is currently underway for the next director of the KFP, who will begin on June 1. 

researchers working in a lab

Mar 29, 2022

$100,000 Gift from VF Foundation Will Ensure Student Success and Increase Diversity Programming

A $100,000 grant from the VF Foundation will expand graduate student support, enhance the experiences of scholarship recipients and increase diversity and inclusion programming within the Wilson College of Textiles. 

Nelson Hall, Poole College of Management

Mar 29, 2022

Poole Stories: Spotlighting Young Alumni Donors

Hear from six recent alumni as they reflect on their time at the Poole College of Management and share their motivations for giving back. 

The Memorial Belltower

Mar 22, 2022

Stronger Together

Gifts to the Park Scholarships Sustaining Endowment are bringing an additional Park Scholar to the Class of 2026. The class will now support 41 members of the Pack as they pursue their educational goals through the program. 

Students in the Court of North Carolina

Mar 22, 2022

Thank You for Doing the Extraordinary

Deanna P. Dannels, dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, celebrates the success of the Think and Do the Extraordinary Campaign. The college surpassed its ambitious $35 million goal, raising $41,089,185 with the support of 7,408 donors.