A burgeoning beer business is brewing in North Carolina — and NC State is supporting it with innovative brewing techniques, hands-on training for future brewers and a project to jumpstart hops production in the state.
Start Me Up: Donation Will ‘Accelerate’ Student Startups
Chip and Lyn Andrews donate $1 million to establish NC State Acceleration Fund to assist student startup companies.
Longstanding Support and Leadership
As chair of NC State’s Board of Trustees, longtime donor Jim Owens takes pride in the university’s momentum. Learn how his leadership and support have been integral to the success of NC State for more than three decades.
In 12 years, the Krispy Kreme Challenge has rolled up some impressive numbers: 60,000-plus runners, more than 724,000 doughnuts eaten and nearly $1 million raised for charity.
State Club Open to All at Lunch
The State Club, the full-service restaurant at the Park Alumni Center on Centennial Campus, is now being operated and managed by Campus Enterprises. Lunch is now open to all staff, faculty, students, alumni and the general public. Dinner and other special events will continue to be for members only.
NC State Receives Funding for Workforce Development
NC State expands workforce development with a grant from the Duke Energy Foundation.
Donor Giving Sets Record in FY 2014-15
NC State alumni and supporters donated at record levels in the fiscal year that ended June 30, boosting the university’s endowment to a record $984 million.
Innovative Tech Aims to Help Smokers Kick the Habit
Entrepreneurs at NC State have developed technology to help people understand what triggers their craving for a cigarette, and use that information to cut back on smoking.
Bryant Honored for Volunteer Service
The NC State University Foundation honors longtime volunteer Richard K. Bryant for two decades of tireless leadership and service.
Alumna Named President of Shaw University
Tashni Dubroy, who earned a Ph.D. in physical organic chemistry from NC State in 2007, will lead the historically black university in Raleigh.