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Miller Fellow Spotlight infographic

Nov 21, 2023

Q&A With Miller Fellow Edward Durham

A group of NC State alumni established the Miller Fellowship in honor of their professor, Tom Miller, to support entrepreneurial-minded students. Read how Durham, part of the 2023 cohort, utilized his time as a Miller Fellow to develop his brand presence through social media marketing. 

Mr Wuf holding up We Appreciate You sign during Pack Appreciation Day

Oct 18, 2023

Pack Appreciation Day 2023

On Oct. 25, NC State will hold its fifth annual Pack Appreciation Day in celebration of philanthropy, community and the Pack. Hear from alumni, volunteers, board members and campus leaders about why they choose to give back to NC State and support our students. 

Ngoc “Emma” Burwell infographic for the College of Education

Oct 3, 2023

Why Gifts Matter: Scholarship Support Allows Ngoc “Emma” Burwell to Grow As Mathematics Educator

Ngoc “Emma” Burwell works hard to support her family in Vietnam and balance her responsibilities as a graduate student and teacher. That’s why financial support in the form of the Moshakos Family Teacher Education Graduate Fellowship has made such a meaningful difference in her life. 

The Memorial Belltower and flowers

Aug 22, 2023

On the Path to Success

No matter what area — or areas — of NC State you support, your generosity makes a big difference throughout our campus. Our students graduate into successful careers, our faculty drive game-changing research and our programs build valuable connections, expanding our reach and your impact far beyond Raleigh. This past academic year, 36,159 donors joined us on a path to a bolder, brighter future. Learn more about how donor support is powering the extraordinary in a new school year. 

Jenna Abrahamson in front of a computer

Aug 22, 2023

Jenna Abrahamson Develops Remote Sensing Methods to Predict Flooding

Jenna Abrahamson is a Ph.D. student in the Center for Geospatial Analytics and a recipient of the NC State University Graduate Research Fellowship. This summer, she worked remotely for the Pacific Northwest National Lab as a Ph.D. intern on its terrestrial and aquatic integration team under the Earth and Biological Sciences Directorate. 

Cliff Redish

Aug 8, 2023

Why Gifts Matter: Support Allows Cliff Redish to Be A Better Teacher for His Students

Thanks to financial support in the form of the Moshakos Family Teacher Education Graduate Fellowship, Cliff Redish is able to work toward his goal of being the best teacher he can be. 

Wolf Plaza

Jul 11, 2023

Brown Family Makes Transformational Gift

Computer Science alumnus and Hall of Fame inductee Tony McLean Brown and the Brown family recently made a $1 million pledge to the department to create a named distinguished professorship, a named graduate fellowship and a named undergraduate scholarship. The commitment was announced as part of NC State’s fifth annual Day of Giving, helping the Department of Computer Science set an all-time single-day giving record with total gifts and pledges exceeding $3.8 million. 

Whitney Barlow Robles infographic

Jul 11, 2023

The Libraries Announces Whitney Barlow Robles as the Tom Regan Visiting Research Fellow for 2023

The Libraries has awarded the 2023 Tom Regan Visiting Research Fellowship to Whitney Barlow Robles, a lecturer in the Department of History at Dartmouth College. Robles will visit the Libraries for her month-long fellowship in the late summer of 2023. Intended to promote scholarly research in animal rights, the fellowship has been established through the generosity of the Culture and Animals Foundation in memory of scholar, author and former NC State philosophy faculty member Tom Regan. 

The 2023 cohort of Miller Fellows infographic

Jun 27, 2023

Six NC State Alumni Accept Miller Fellowships to Focus on their Startups

NC State Innovation and Entrepreneurship recently announced the newest cohort of Miller Fellows — young entrepreneurs that have launched startups as students. The fellowship program supports newly graduated entrepreneurs who wish to pursue their venture full time after graduation with resources and a monthly stipend. 

Jun 6, 2023

Better Than He Found It

After 17 years, Louis Martin-Vega will be stepping down as the dean of the College of Engineering at the end of the summer. He leaves behind him a strong legacy of philanthropy, having successfully guided the college through the university’s recent Think and Do the Extraordinary Campaign while also overseeing a period of significant growth in student enrollment, faculty size, national reputation, research productivity and diversity among its faculty and student body.