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Wolf statue

May 3, 2022

Caldwell Fellows Celebrate Community Support on Day of Giving

The Caldwell Fellows celebrated a record single day of fundraising during NC State’s 2022 Day of Giving. The day brought together five decades of Caldwell Fellows alumni and friends, who stepped up to help raise more than $1 million for NC State’s oldest merit-based scholarship and servant-leadership development program. 

NC State Philanthropy Podcast lock-up

Apr 19, 2022

Podcast: Caldwell Fellow Kourosh Salamati, Pt. 2

On this episode of the NC State Philanthropy Podcast, we’re finishing our two-part talk with Kourosh Salamati about how the Caldwell Fellows program and other campus support systems have helped him succeed beyond his wildest dreams as a member of the Pack. 

NC State Philanthropy Podcast lock-up

Apr 5, 2022

Podcast: Caldwell Fellow Kourosh Salamati, Pt. 1

On this episode of the NC State Philanthropy Podcast, we’re talking to Kourosh Salamati about how the Caldwell Fellows program and other campus support systems are helping him think and do. 

The Memorial Belltower

Mar 15, 2022

Caldwell Fellows Announces Class of 2025

The Caldwell Fellows program has named 28 first-year students to its Class of 2025 — the 55th class of Caldwell Fellows. This cohort includes students hailing from 10 different North Carolina counties, seven U.S. states, and the countries of Belgium, India and Venezuela. Members of the class are pursuing a wide range of studies across 10 of NC State’s academic colleges. 

The Memorial Belltower as seen from Holladay Hall

Mar 8, 2022

Caldwell Fellows Fundraising Campaign ‘Thinks Big’

The Caldwell Fellows have commenced a season of gratitude with appreciation for the more than 1,300 program alumni, friends and supporters who helped raise more than $9.1 million for the program through NC State’s Think and Do the Extraordinary Campaign. 

Alisa Andrews at the Bodie Island Lighthouse

Feb 22, 2022

Jefferson Scholar Alisa Andrews is Making Sustainable Differences

In addition to being a Caldwell Fellow, University Ambassador and member of the University Honors and Scholars Program, Alisa Andrews is a Thomas Jefferson Scholar, a program that provides advising support, scholarships and community to students double majoring in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Learn about the experiences that inspired her to pursue a career dedicated to sustainable solutions. 

Ryan O’Donnell with Mr. and Ms. Wuf

Nov 2, 2021

A Head Start: Poole Entrepreneurship Alum Shares Impact of the Program in the Real World

Poole College alumnus and former Caldwell Fellow Ryan O’Donnell ’15 shares how he was recently able to sell the company he launched as a senior because of the training he learned during his time at NC State. 

William O'Brien sits on a wall at NC State's campus in a red Wolfpack polo.

Aug 30, 2021

A Lifetime of Commitment

William O’Brien ’81 created his legacy and boosted NC State’s through his work as an alumnus, volunteer and donor. He’s honoring his experiences with the Caldwell Fellows program by creating a new endowment through planned and current use gifts that will continue serving Caldwell Fellows far into the future. 

Copper Wolf on Central Campus in the fall

Apr 19, 2021

The Caldwell Fellows Program Has Announced the Members of Its Class of 2024

The program selects NC State students completing their first year on campus, and its mission is developing the next generation of self-aware, globally-minded humans that engage in creative, conscientious leadership. 

The Memorial Belltower, as seen from Holladay Hall

Feb 15, 2021

Celebrating Black Alumni

NC State has many standout Black alumni, Gayle Lanier ’82 and Tony Caravano ’04 among them. Both want to give back to their alma mater in appreciation of all the university has done for them, so they have each established a scholarship endowment to empower future members of the Pack.