Alumni & Friends
Pulp & Paper Foundation Annual Meeting . . .
We love to see all of our alumni, industry supporters and friends every year at our annual meeting. Please plan to join us this year for even more fun events than ever before! We will kick off our weekend with an Industry Career Fair on Wednesday, September 11. Board, Committee and General meetings, along with our Women in Paper Science Panel and Awards Banquet occur on Friday, September 13. Join us for FUN on Friday with Golf, Corn Hole and Lunch at theLonnie Poole Golf Course!
Thanks To Our Supporters…
The Department of Wood and Paper Science (FB) maintains collaborative ties with industry partners, government agencies, non-profit organizations and alumni around the world. Gifts from our supporters have been used to fund scholarships, endow faculty chairs and underwrite important areas of research. Through their generosity, we have purchased vital equipment, built state-of-the-art research facilities, funded major research initiatives and made it possible for many young men and women to attend NC State who would not otherwise have been able to do so. You can explore your giving options on-line or contact our development office for more information on how you donate assets to FB and often realize financial benefits in return.
Staying In Touch
If you are a FB alumnus or friend, we encourage you to stay in touch and to update your contact information regularly:
- Visit the Pulp and Paper Foundation webpage.
- Update your alumni info page and receive automatic notification of events, opportunities and special initiatives.
- If you are a friend, but not an alumnus, please send updated contact information to email@example.com.
- Do you have a career accomplishment or know of one achieved by a classmate? If so, please email Patti Woodbury to have the news included in our alumni updates.
Sharing Career Opportunities
Are you an employer with open career opportunities that you would like our students to know about? We can host both casual informational sessions and formal interview sessions that connect you with our students. Please visit our recruiter resources page and contact Pat Hill or Melissa Rabil to make arrangements.