Events

Spring 2021 Events Open for Registration

PSE / PGM Scholarship Golf Tournament

** DATE CHANGE ** Friday, April 30, 2021

Tee times throughout the morning
Lonnie Poole Golf Course, Raleigh, NC

Register by April 15, 2021

Whether you decide to register a team or as an individual, this event promises to be something you’ll want to attend each year.

Thank you to the many supporters from last year. Our students benefit greatly and wanted to thank you too!

“Scholarship support was a deciding factor in choosing NC State over other institutions.” – Luke P., Pennsylvania, PGM program

“Scholarships allow me to focus more on being a successful student, and less on financing my education, thank you!” – Tressa G., Florida, PSE program

Included in our plans are:

  • 18 holes on this popular Arnold Palmer designed course, including range balls, lunch and beverages, all in a COVID safe manner
  • Forecaddies for each group
  • Free TrackMan swing assessment
  • Closest to the Pin, Straightest Drive and Putting Contests
  • Networking, fun, competition and more!
  • 100% of the net proceeds are managed by the NC State Natural Resources Foundation, Inc and support scholarships for students in PGM and PSE programs.

Save the Date

Paper Industry Career Fair

Tuesday, August 31, 2021

5:00 – 6:00 pm – Set up and Industry Social

6:00 – 8:30 pm – Career Fair

Registration coming soon, but we are hopeful for an in person event. Contact Brittany Hayes at brhayes2@ncsu.edu with questions.

Pulp and Paper Advisory Board Meeting

Tuesday, August 31, 2021

8:00 am to 1:30 pm – Exact times TBD

 

About

The Pulp and Paper Advisory Board is proud to be a part of the NC State Natural Resources Foundation, Inc.  All of our events and activities are proudly supported by this foundation.  The NC State Natural Resources Foundation, Inc. supports the success of the college through management and stewardship of assets resulting in scholarships, fellowships, professorships, academic programs, research, facility and lab improvements and various student programs not typically supported through state appropriations.