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Chancellor Woodson (center) with Under Armour Founder, Executive Chairman and Brand Chief Kevin Plank (right) and President and CEO Stephanie Linnartz (left).

Sep 12, 2023

Under Armour Founder, CEO Visit NC State

Under Armour Founder, Executive Chairman and Brand Chief Kevin Plank; President and CEO Stephanie Linnartz; and other senior executives recently visited NC State to meet with Chancellor Randy Woodson and key university collaborators. Building on the strategic partnership between the university and company that was announced in 2022, they explored new high-impact collaboration opportunities for the future. 

The copper wolves at Wolf Plaza near Talley on main campus. Photo by Marc Hall

Sep 12, 2023

Forestry Alum’s Legacy Honored at Slocum Camp

Brady Johnson, a 1998 graduate of the Poole College of Management, recently donated funds to the College of Natural Resources to name the newly renovated dining hall at Slocum Camp after his grandfather J. Baxter Johnson Jr., who graduated from the College of Natural Resources in 1948. The dedication honors a major figure in Johnson’s life and recognizes his family’s shared love for NC State while also providing for the forestry students who spend six to nine weeks each summer learning at the camp. 

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. 

The Memorial Belltower podcast logo.

Sep 5, 2023

Podcast: Crowdfunding and the Turtle Rescue Team

On the Season 3 premiere of the NC State Philanthropy Podcast, we’re joined by Niki Theobald, director of development for the North Carolina Veterinary Medical Foundation, to discuss crowdfunding and its impact on the College of Veterinary Medicine — specifically, its Turtle Rescue Team. 

Ms. Wuf wearing solar eclipse glasses with students on the Brickyard

Aug 29, 2023

A Decade of Discovery: College of Sciences Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary

The College of Sciences opened its doors in 2013 and has been accomplishing big things ever since. In honor of the college’s 10th anniversary, check out 10 of its most memorable moments — including several instances of extraordinary philanthropy. 

CGI mockup of the Integrative Sciences Building

Aug 29, 2023

NC State Hosts Integrative Sciences Building Groundbreaking

Supported by private funding as well as the generosity of the state of North Carolina, the Integrative Sciences Building will be a 150,000-square-foot facility on the site of the former Harrelson Hall that will transform teaching, research and public engagement in chemistry and other STEM fields at NC State. 

Bento poses with his owners, Jamie Caknipe and Kelly Gordon, during a visit to the NC State Veterinary Hospital.

Aug 29, 2023

Cancer Fund Helps Bento the Cat Pack In More Time With Family

Life-changing funding from Petco Love and the Blue Buffalo Pet Cancer Treatment Fund helped Bento survive a rare cancer and veterinarians learn more about his unusual condition. 

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. 

Students in front of Talley Student Union holding up the Wolf hand sign

Aug 22, 2023

Starting Off Strong With the Symposium for Multicultural Scholars

For more than 20 years, students from a variety of backgrounds have been welcomed to NC State through the Symposium for Multicultural Scholars — a three-day program consisting of events, resource fairs and connections. Gifts to NC State’s campus community centers, like Multicultural Student Affairs, help students find belonging all year long. 

Artist Larry Bell stands near the construction area for Reds and Whites, a public art display commissioned by the Centennial Campus Public Art Committee.

Aug 22, 2023

NC State Begins Construction of New Art Plaza on Centennial Campus

The inaugural project of the Centennial Campus Public Art Committee, Reds and Whites was commissioned to reflect NC State’s rise as an education innovator with an enduring work of art that could match the intrepid spirit of the Wolfpack. The project was funded entirely by the generous support of private donors with a passion for public art.