NC State Board of Trustees Announces Officers and New Members
NC State's Board of Trustees names officers and welcomes new members at its July meeting.
Yow Receives 2-Year Extension, Raise
NC State athletics director Deborah A. Yow receives a two-year extension and a raise by the NC State Board of Trustees. She will earn a total annual compensation package of $690,000.
Two Appointed to Board of Trustees
Randall C. “Randy” Ramsey and Wendell H. Murphy have been appointed to the Board of Trustees by Gov. Pat McCrory.
Two Appointees Named to NC State Board of Trustees
Randall C. “Randy” Ramsey and Wendell H. Murphy have been appointed to the North Carolina State University Board of Trustees by Gov. Pat McCrory. Ramsey was first appointed to the board in 2009. He is founder and president of Jarrett […]
4 Named to Board of Trustees
The UNC system Board of Governors approved the appointments of Tom Cabaniss and Ron Prestage, and re-appointments of Ben Jenkins and Jim Owens, to the NC State Board of Trustees.
Lanier Returns to BOT
Gayle S. Lanier has been appointed by the UNC Board of Governors to the North Carolina State University Board of Trustees.
Clark Named to Board of Trustees
Jimmy D. Clark, an engineering alumnus and business owner from Greensboro, has been appointed by Gov. Bev Perdue to the NC State Board of Trustees.
Jimmy D. Clark Named to NC State Board of Trustees
Jimmy D. Clark has been appointed by Gov. Bev Perdue to the North Carolina State University Board of Trustees. He replaces Gayle Lanier, whose term has expired. Clark is owner and president of Guy M. Turner Inc. a Greensboro-based company founded […]
Trustees Approve Tuition Package
The Board of Trustees has approved a $330 increase in resident undergraduate tuition for the 2012-13 academic year as part of a tuition and fee package.
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