Even faithful viewers of his online talk show about NC State football, “You Don’t Know Jack,” probably actually don’t know Jack — Poole College of Management student and Wolfpack cornerback Jack Tocho, that is.
Since their arrival at NC State in 2010, Chancellor Randy Woodson and his wife, Susan, have demonstrated their leadership in many ways, including embracing and promoting the importance of philanthropy for the university’s future.
Students team up with an alumnus to raise funds for NCSU Libraries with a "penny wars" effort held during Homecoming.
Graduate student Xavier Primus was accepted into MIT, Georgetown and Duke before enrolling in NC State's College of Engineering as a Park Scholar. His current work in the Laboratory of Analytic Sciences builds on an undergrad project.
William H. “Bill” Prestage, the founder, owner and president of Clinton-based Prestage Farms Inc., has been recognized with the 2015 Menscer Cup, the North Carolina State University Foundation’s highest award for philanthropy, dedication and leadership on behalf of the university.
Prestage – whose family’s contributions to NC State include a transformational gift to the poultry science department in 2012 – received the honor Nov. 5 during a dinner ceremony in the grand reception room at Park Alumni Center.
"We are fortunate to count the Prestage family among the Wolfpack’s top supporters.” – Chancellor Woodson