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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 studentsEdit

AcademicsEdit

AthleticsEdit

 
Philip Rivers, NFL quarterback and Pro Bowler

BusinessEdit

  • Henry E. Bonitz (1893), architect; one of the first to attend and graduate from NCSU
  • James W. Owens (1968, MT 1970, Ph.D. 1973), Former CEO and Chairman of Caterpillar Inc.
  • Greg Schott (1985, Mechanical Engineering), President & CEO of Mulesoft
  • Dr. John Townsend (1977, BA), award-winning author and consultant of leadership and organizational coaching
  • John Widman (1984), luthier
  • Jeff Williams (circa 1985 Bachelor's in mechanical engineering), COO of Apple Inc.
  • Jim Goodnight (Bachelor's in Applied Mathematics, Master's and Doctorate in Statistics from NCSU), Co-Founder & CEO SAS [62]

Media and entertainmentEdit


MilitaryEdit

PoliticsEdit

Science and technologyEdit

Chief executives of the UniversityEdit

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

PresidentsEdit

Dean of AdministrationEdit

ChancellorsEdit

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