Honoring a Legacy
As the longtime director of NC State University’s Caldwell Fellows program, Gerald Hawkins seemed to take all of his students under his wing. Now, many Caldwell alumni are joining forces to bolster the program and honor the legacy of Hawkins — who retired more than a decade ago — by raising funds for his namesake endowment.
Spotlight on Giving: Kathryn Hair
Kathryn Hair knows the importance of private giving, both as a donor and as a business and tech app analyst for Advancement Services.
Reflection of a Legacy
Renowned linguist Walt Wolfram, the William C. Friday Distinguished Professor of Linguistics at NC State University, and other leading scholars have studied African-American speech across the nation as a distinct dialect of American English for five decades.
Shaping the Future
NC State Staff Senate chair and architect for Capital Project Management Angkana Bode recognizes that a little giving in a collective effort can go a long way to shaping future progress. Bode is the NC State Staff Senate chair and an architect with Capital Project Management
Rising to New Heights
Senior forward Jennifer Mathurin, a student-athlete majoring in social work, has been presented with many opportunities to succeed during her NC State career. See her and the No. 17 Wolfpack women's basketball team in action on Sunday at the annual Play4Kay game at Reynolds Coliseum.
A History of Support
David Zonderman, head of the NC State Department of History and co-chair of the Faculty and Staff Giving Campaign, is passionate about supporting the university where he has served as a professor for more than two decades.
Nile Project Concert Coming in March
Thanks to outside grants and support from both the NC State Sustainability Fund and the NC State Foundation, the Nile Project concert is slated for March 15 at Stewart Theatre.
Gift Creates New Opportunities for Veterans
U.S. Marine veterans Mark and Dawn Carter have created the Mary Gammon Carter Scholarship Endowment in the College of Engineering to support undergraduate veterans at NC State studying engineering.
Pack Families Benefit From New Scholarship
The inaugural class of the Employee Dependent's Tuition Fund has enrolled at NC State, thanks to the generous donations that began with Chancellor Randy Woodson and his wife Susan. The class includes 127 children of NC State faculty and staff, who received $250,000 in tuition grants.
Honoring NC State’s Top ‘Yambassador’
Henry M. Covington was a longtime extension specialist whose research and partnerships with growers spurred the growth of North Carolina’s sweet potato industry. He passed away in 2004, but the North Carolina Sweet Potato Commission (NCSPC) established an endowment to honor the man affectionately known as “Mr. Sweet Potato” and to ensure that his legacy would continue.