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The Reds and Whites installation by artist Larry Bell stands as a welcoming beacon at the newly dedicated Susan Woodson Plaza, just outside the James B. Hunt Jr. Library on Centennial Campus. Photograph by Becky Kirkland.

May 20, 2024

Reds and Whites: A Work of Art Anchors Centennial Campus

For more than 60 years, Larry Bell has paired light with glass to create captivating artwork, earning a spot on an iconic Beatles album cover in the process. Now, thanks to a Wolfpack connection, one of Bell’s masterworks is cementing a sense of place on Centennial Campus. 

Frank Edens in his office

Jan 16, 2024

Poultry Science Professor Celebrates 50 Years at NC State

As a poultry physiology and immunology expert in the Prestage Department of Poultry Science, Frank Edens has spent 58 years keeping up with what science has to say about poultry — and contributing in a major way to advancing that science. 

From left: Ms. Wuf, Mike Calabrese, Cres Wilson Calabrese '89, Rick Wilson '87, Fred Wilson '61, Sondra Wilson, Michael Calabrese, Mr. Wuf, Rede Wilson '16, Barbara Wilson and Sarah Butler.

Oct 10, 2023

Threads of Transformation: Reflecting on Five Years of the Wilson College of Textiles

This fall marks five years since the Wilsons — a multigenerational NC State University textiles family — made a transformative gift of $28 million to their alma mater. This remarkable act of generosity did more than solely name the Wilson College of Textiles in perpetuity; it breathed new life into the college’s unyielding spirit of innovation and unwavering commitment to advancing the textile industry. 

From left: Fleming, Jennifer and Robbie Fulford pose for a photo with Ms. Wuf with NC State Athletics staff in the background of the newly dedicated Fulford Family Weight Room.

Oct 3, 2023

Robert B. Fulford Family Weight Room is Dedicated

The strength and conditioning facility in the Murphy Football Center was recently dedicated as The Robert B. Fulford Family Weight Room. Robbie and Jennifer Fulford, both 1992 graduates, made a generous contribution to NC State Athletics that helped fund the refurbishment and renovation of the space. 

CALS student Tiffany Williams helped create videos with healthy recipes this summer in the Dinah E. Gore Teaching and Research Kitchens at NC State. Photo provided by Tiffany Williams

Sep 12, 2023

Cooking With a Passion for Nutrition

Tiffany Williams used her culinary skills and nutrition knowledge to support an important mission this summer. The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences’ Dinah E. Gore Teaching and Research Kitchens, named for a longtime NC State donor, helped make it possible. 

Slocum Camp historic lodge

Apr 18, 2023

New Campaign Hopes to Bring New Life to Forestry Summer Camp

Ron (’60) and Rhett (’94) Bost have invested in the future of NC State’s Slocum Camp by naming Cabin #8 the “Bost Cabin.” They hope other Wolfpack alumni will join them in preserving this legacy for future generations of aspiring natural resource leaders by making a gift to the Slocum Camp Hill Forest Enhancement Campaign. 

Vance Dalton (center) with others at the Millstone Dining Hall ribbon cutting.

Oct 4, 2022

Two Gifts Benefit Historic Millstone 4-H Camp

One gift from the Farm Credit Associations of North Carolina will support renovating the 80-year-old dining hall at Millstone. A separate gift from James W. Clark Jr. will support the future of learning within the North Carolina 4-H History and Learning Center Complex at Millstone. 

NC State University Dinah E. Gore Teaching and Research Kitchens signage

Jun 20, 2022

Dinah E. Gore Kitchen Pantry Dedicated to Dunn

The Dinah E. Gore Teaching and Research Kitchens pantry now bears the name of Dr. Carolyn Dunn, William Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professor and former head of the Department of Agricultural and Human Science. The naming honors the service and dedication of Dunn, one of the major drivers behind the vision for boosting the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences’ work in foods and nutrition by creating a state-of-the-art teaching and research kitchen complex to serve as a hub for observational research studies, training workshops, educational video shoots and more. 

John Radcliff (left) and John Holshouser (right) of JTI in front of the Plant Sciences Building

Mar 29, 2022

JTI Partners With NC PSI to Advance Sustainability and Innovation in Agriculture

JTI Leaf Services is no stranger to NC State, as the two organizations have been close partners in research, teaching and extension for more than 10 years. Now, JTI has named a lab space in the Plant Sciences Building to further its commitment to the university’s success. 

The Memorial Belltower

Mar 22, 2022

Pierce Named Director of Integrative Sciences Initiative

Joshua Pierce, an associate professor of chemistry, LORD Corporation Distinguished Scholar and University Faculty Scholar, has been named director of NC State’s Integrative Sciences Initiative. Pierce also serves as co-director of NC State’s Comparative Medicine Institute and director of the Chemistry of Life NIH T32 training program. He will work with a large team to coordinate the design and realization of the Integrative Sciences Building, a cutting-edge facility being planned for the former Harrelson Hall site that will draw on both state and private support.