List of North Carolina State University people

List of North Carolina State University people

The list of North Carolina State University people includes notable alumni, faculty, and chief executives of North Carolina State University.

Contents

  • Alumni, faculty, and former students 1
    • Academics 1.1
    • Athletics 1.2
    • Business 1.3
    • Media and entertainment 1.4
    • Military 1.5
    • Politics 1.6
    • Science and technology 1.7
  • Chief executives of the University 2
    • Presidents 2.1
    • Dean of Administration 2.2
    • Chancellors 2.3
  • References 3

Alumni, faculty, and former students

Academics

Athletics

Philip Rivers, NFL quarterback and Pro Bowler

Business

Media and entertainment

Military

Politics

Science and technology

  • Marshall Brain (M.S. Computer Science 1989, Instructor 1986–1992), founder of HowStuffWorks
  • David Carroll (B.S. Physics 1985), Director of the Center for Nanotechnology and Molecular Materials at Wake Forest University
  • James Goodnight (B.S. Applied Mathematics 1965, M.S. Experimental Statistics 1968, Ph.D. Statistics 1972, faculty member 1972–1976), CEO of SAS Institute
  • Terry Hershner (studied Mechanical and Electrical Engineering 1997-2000), electric vehicle advocate and record holder; owner of Off The Grid
  • Wes Jackson (Ph.D. Genetics 1967), founder of The Land Institute
  • Paul Jones (B.S. Computer Science), poet and director of ibiblio digital library
  • Munir Ahmad Khan (M.S. Nuclear Engineering), director of Pakistan's atomic bomb programmes.
  • John S. Mayo (B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Electrical Engineering), engineer and seventh president of Bell Labs
  • Bill Nussey (B.S. Electrical Engineering 1987), former Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of Da Vinci Systems
  • Anand Lal Shimpi (B.S. Electrical Engineering 2004), founder of AnandTech
  • Katharine Stinson (B.S. Mechanical Engineering 1941), first female engineering graduate, first female engineer hired by Federal Aviation Administration[71]
  • Mark Templeton (Bachelor of Environmental Design 1975), President and CEO of Citrix Systems

Chief executives of the University

Alexander Q. Holladay, first President of NC State (1889–1899)
John W. Harrelson, first Chancellor of NC State (1934–1953)

Presidents

Dean of Administration

Chancellors

References

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