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.
Don’t Miss Upcoming Farm to Fork Events
The Center for Environmental Farming Systems’ Farm to Fork Weekend is coming soon. Tickets are still available for the Sustainable Supper featuring food writer and culinary historian Michael Twitty and for the Farm to Fork Picnic.
Commission Releases Report on Eradicating Hunger
Chancellor Randy Woodson chairs a commission dedicated to solving the challenge of global hunger. The commission's report highlights the need for coordinated action involving public universities, government and other partners.
Building a Legacy
NC State University alumna Clare Jordan founded the campus chapter of Habitat for Humanity more than 25 years ago. She now supports an endowment that will benefit students who are completing nonprofit internships.
Sustainability Fund Awards $179,000 in Campus Grants
Thirteen sustainability projects will be implemented on campus over the next year thanks to $179,000 in grants recently awarded by the student-led advisory board of NC State’s Sustainability Fund.
Alumna Brings Sloth Love to Hunt Library
Zoology alumna Sam Trull, co-founder of The Sloth Institute in Costa Rica, helps raise baby sloths who have lost their mothers and also educates the public about these fascinating creatures.
O&E Awards Presented
NC State’s Office of Outreach and Engagement honored faculty, staff, students and community partners at its annual awards celebration April 25.
Build-A-Block Nears Completion
Habitat for Humanity will dedicate the site of 11 townhomes in NC State’s historic Build-A-Block project off Lake Wheeler Road on Saturday, May 6.
Silicon Valley Favors NC State Alumni
When the top technology firms in California go looking for high-skill workers, they often turn to recent NC State graduates, a new study has shown.
Bee the Change: New Apiary on Centennial Campus
Thanks to a public-private partnership, Centennial Campus is now home to 150,000 honeybees in seven beehives. The new apiary will create opportunities for tours and other forms of pollinator-related education.