A Rising Star
Think and Do the Extraordinary
NC State has launched a five-year, $1.6 billion fundraising effort — the largest in its history. With your support, we’re making the extraordinary possible.
The college has broken new ground in philanthropy, too: In 2010, a $37 million gift from Lonnie C. Poole Jr. and his wife Carol Johnson Poole made this the first endowed college at NC State. In 2014, we created the university’s first endowed dean’s chair. And thanks to the generous support of our alumni and friends, we’re on course to become an internationally recognized, world-class business school.
Our star is rising. Our students, faculty and programs are thriving. With the launch of NC State’s $1.6 billion fundraising campaign, our extraordinary future is now within reach.
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Part of the Pack
The Poole College of Management offers lifetime benefits to its alumni. Our graduates return to hear from thought leaders, participate in seminars and executive education, mentor or provide professional development to the next generation of students, and supply their company’s talent pipeline from our deep pool of graduates.
Make sure to join the NC State Alumni Association, connect with us on LinkedIn and Facebook, or email the Poole Pack to see how you can get involved in our networking events, both social and professional.
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Apr 24, 2017
Poole College Students Find Success at 2017 Lulu eGames; One Receives Three First Place Awards
Five ventures submitted by NC State Poole College of Management students came away with solid wins from the 2017 Lulu eGames startup competition, held Thursday, April 20, 2017. One of...
Apr 22, 2017
Economics Alum Establishes Endowed Scholarship for Poole College Undergraduate Students
Dr. Fred Gallasch, founder of Gallasch Consulting Services, LLC, and his wife Mary Hepler, have established the Dr. Fred Gallasch Endowed Scholarship Fund in the Poole College of Management. Once...