CSC News

November 21, 2005

Help us Build a "Pathway to the Future"

With the opening of Engineering Building II (EBII), the College of Engineering reaches another critical milestone in its vision for a complete transition onto Centennial Campus.

EBII, which will serve as the new home for the Department of Computer Science and the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, is an impressive, $41 million, 210,000 sq. ft., state-of-the-art teaching and research facility. The building's location, at the top of the Centennial Campus "oval", around which the College of Engineering complex is being built, symbolizes the College of Engineering's continuing commitment to excellence in advancing computer and information technology. The brick pathways that traverse the oval will serve as more than a means of getting across campus; they will serve as a pathway to innovation and the future.

Brick CampaignWe invite you to help us build the engineering "pathway to the future" by laying a personalized brick for the EBII walkway on the oval.

Each brick will hold three lines of text with up to 18 characters per line. Any combination of characters--uppercase, lowercase, spaces, or punctuation--may be used. These commemorative bricks require a donation of $150, and can be ordered through this printable online order form.

By ordering your personalized brick, you will not only become a permanent part of our campus history, you will be contributing to the University’s $1B Achieve Campaign, providing much needed funding to support the educational goals of NC State and our department.

Orders submitted before December 31, 2005 will be in place for EBII's official dedication event in April 2006. After this date, orders will be processed when sufficient quantities are collected.

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