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Aerial view of plans for remodeling of Doak Field

Aug 29, 2022

Russ and Cara McLauchlan Make $1M Donation to Baseball Enhancement Fund

The future continues to be bright for fans of #Pack9, as Russ and Cara McLauchlan have committed $1 million to the Baseball Enhancement Fund. This is the fifth major commitment announced for the project that will impact NC State baseball’s competitive future while also significantly enhancing the spectator experience. 

Lawrence Rouse and Monica Clark at a table in front of a Pitt Community College sign

Aug 29, 2022

Trailblazer Profiles From Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research Share Stories of North Carolina Community College Leaders of Color

Twelve Black, Latin*, Asian and Indigenous leaders in the North Carolina Community College System recently shared their personal and career stories for the Trailblazer Profiles project, part of the Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research’s North Carolina Community College System History Project, to elevate and center the work of community college leaders of color in North Carolina. The idea for the project began in 2020 when Audrey Jaeger was awarded the W. Dallas Herring Professorship and, in collaboration with graduate students, began learning about Herring’s life through hundreds of boxes of information in the NC State archives. 

Jason Mott infographic

Aug 29, 2022

Novelist Jason Mott Headlines the Friends of the Libraries Fall Reception

On Sept. 15, the Friends of the Libraries will host New York Times-bestselling author and North Carolina native Jason Mott as he discusses his novel Hell of a Book, winner of the National Book Award for Fiction. Register now to enjoy an evening with the acclaimed author, a presentation of the Libraries Faculty Awards, recognition of new FOL Life Members, and a show-and-tell of archival treasures from the Special Collections Research Center. 

a wolf plaza statue.

Aug 29, 2022

Goodnight Scholarships 2021-22 Annual Report

Celebrating the people, places, and things that contributed to the year that was, the Goodnight Scholarships program recently shared its 2021-22 annual report. 

Alora Wilson

Aug 29, 2022

College of Education Students Prepare for Future Careers Through Summer Internship Opportunities

Alora Wilson ’23 was one of several undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Education who had opportunities to engage in internships in North Carolina and across the country this summer. Wilson was selected for the College of Education Summer Internship Program, which is supported by gifts to the College of Education Excellence Fund in memory of Chantal Warfield, a 2019 graduate. 

Art and Mary Bethel in the Howling Cow Creamery

Aug 22, 2022

Still Part of the Pack

For Art and Mary Bethel, giving back to NC State has been an invaluable way to stay connected with their alma mater — for 50 consecutive years! 

The Wolf Plaza podcast logo.

Aug 22, 2022

Podcast: Pack Essentials With Mike Giancola

On our Season 2 premiere, we’re joined by NC State’s assistant vice provost and student ombudsperson to learn how the university is working to support students in need of food, housing, financial and educational security. 

Kevin Howell, NC State vice chancellor for external affairs, partnerships and economic development; Rich Gautreaux, volunteer, wood studio); Anne Arp, past president, Sir Walter Cabinet; Carol Nix, director, Crafts Center; Christina Walker, University Advancement executive director and chief of staff; Peyton Stokley, director of Development, DASA

Aug 22, 2022

Setting the Table

The NC State Crafts Center is home to exquisite pottery, fine jewelry and beautiful stained-glass creations. It’s also the home of a brand-new, hand-crafted wooden table that will greet students as they enter the center this fall, thanks to a 2019 gift from the Sir Walter Cabinet. 

Olivia Hartung working in a lab

Aug 15, 2022

High School Student Sharpens Research Skills in Wilson College’s Sustainable Dye Chemistry Lab

A grant from the North Carolina Textile Foundation helped faculty member Tova Williams provide a unique opportunity in STEM education for rising Broughton High School senior Olivia Hartung. 

Katie Crumpton

Aug 8, 2022

Katie Crumpton ’09: Exploring Her Love for Fashion By Promoting the Use and Sustainability of Cotton

Katie Crumpton ’09 has leveraged her Wilson College of Textiles education into a career at Cotton Incorporated, and she believes in giving back to the college that shaped her through gifts and service as a member of the Dean’s Young Alumni Leadership Council.