- 28 Cities
- 4 Countries
Dr. Randy Woodson, North Carolina State University's 14th chancellor, began a series of visits across the globe to learn more about the university's role and reach and reaffirm the university's commitment to meeting the world's needs.
Chancellor's NC Visits
As the leader of the only university with a presence in all 100 North Carolina counties, NC State chancellor Dr. Randy Woodson - along with his wife, Susan - hit the road in their inaugural summer to gain a firsthand look at how NC State makes a difference from the mountains to the sea.
As the leader of the only university with a presence in all 100 North Carolina counties, NC State chancellor Dr. Randy Woodson - along with his wife, Susan - hit the road this summer to gain a firsthand look at how NC State makes a difference from the mountains to the sea.
On April 26-27, Chancellor Woodson visited with alumni and university supporters at a Charlotte museum before touring the North Carolina Research Campus, where he met with scientists and administrators from the cutting-edge facility.
Eastern North Carolina
On May 12-13, Chancellor Woodson visited with alumni and university supporters at the Davenport Family Store, then toured Spirit AeroSystems, the world's largest supplier of commercial airplane assemblies and components.
Piedmont Triad, Part I
On May 26-27, Chancellor Woodson met with Triad business leaders at the Piedmont Triad Partnership, then toured The Edible Schoolyard at the Greensboro Children's Museum.
Piedmont Triad, Part II
On June 3, Chancellor Woodson traveled to Greensboro's Revolution Mill Studios and visited with incoming NC State students, their families and local alumni at the Guilford County Senior Send-Off.
Southeastern North Carolina
On June 24-25, Chancellor Woodson toured the Museum of the Native American Resource Center and the North Carolina Language and Life Project. Following the visit to the NCLLP, Dr. Woodson and his wife, Susan, meet with alumni and friends at the USS North Carolina Battleship Memorial.
Northeastern North Carolina
On July 21, Chancellor Woodson traveled through the northeastern portions of North Carolina, where he attended a North Carolina's Northeast Commission board meeting and toured TCOM, which manufactures airships and aerostats at its unique facility near Elizabeth City.
Western North Carolina
On August 19, Chancellor Woodson will travel through western North Carolina, where he will visit the Cooperative Institute for Climate and Satellites, the Mountain Horticultural Crops Research and Extension Center and participate in a NC Vegetable Growers Field Day. Chancellor Woodson will conclude his evening with an alumni event at the Biltmore Inn.