Stay Engaged with the College of Natural Resources
Learn more about alumni and giving at the college-level. From ways to give to updating your information, we want to connect with you.
Whatever your connection to the Department of Forest Biomaterials, chances are you share our goal to solve the natural resources challenges that stand between us and the future. To take on that grand challenge, we rely on the generous support of our alumni, industry partners and friends. By giving of your time, talents and resources, you can lend strength to our mission — and make a powerful, lasting impact on businesses and communities across the state, country and world.
From scholarship support that attracts top students — and turns them loose on our toughest problems — to endowed professorships that ensure our college is home to international experts, to industry partnerships that provide our students with hands-on experience, our people do extraordinary things with your help. Together, our alumni and friends build and sustain professional networks that span the globe and creates a more sustainable future for us all.
For alumni, industry partners and friends looking to hire students and recent graduates, check out our Career Services for Employers page.
Please ensure your contact information is updated in our files so that we can best communicate with you!
Pulp and Paper Advisory Committee
The NC State Pulp and Paper Advisory Committee is an active organization dedicated to continually improving the Department of Forest Biomaterials Paper Science and Engineering Program. Through their gifts, alumni, corporations and friends, can support scholarships, professorships, academic programs, research, facility and lab improvements and various student programs not typically receiving state appropriations. Advisory board and committee participation is also a great way for alumni and friends to stay engaged with our program and have a lasting impact on the future of our industry.
Alumni and Giving News
Mar 10, 2021
Alumni Spotlight: Kaitlin Bratt
Kaitlin Bratt graduated Magna Cum Laude with a bachelor’s in Sustainable Materials and Technology and minors in Environmental Science and Business Administration in 2020. She is pursuing a Master of...
Mar 2, 2021
Five Questions with Second Lieutenant Teshawn Lee
Lee, who graduated with a degree in sustainable materials and technology in 2020, discusses his experience at the College of Natural Resources and his future plans.