Rendering of NC State University Plant Sciences Building

Naming Opportunities

Plant science innovation has a new name. Yours.

Add your name to plant science excellence.

Agriculture and the life sciences built North Carolina. Interdisciplinary research, teaching, and Extension’s delivery of applied solutions through the N.C. Plant Sciences Initiative will keep it growing. Add your name to help ensure its success.

Take advantage of the limited naming opportunities available to fund the NC State University Plant Sciences Building, and drive plant science discovery, education and innovation for generations to come.

Current Named Spaces

Current Named Spaces

The NC State University Plant Sciences Building is a $160.2 million class-defining space that will establish North Carolina as the global hub for plant science discovery and innovation.

Thanks to the contributions of the donors below, we have secured more than 90 percent of the funding to construct this extraordinary facility. Adding your name could help put us over the top.

Albert and Paula Corbett Elevator

Anderson Farms Test Planting Plot: Made possible by the generosity of Anderson Farms of Edgecombe County

Coastal AgroBusiness, Inc. Seminar Room Lobby

Culpepper Family Lobby

Dale C. and Genia Tyson Bone Test Planting Plot: Made Possible by the generosity of Genia Tyson Bone

Dr. Alan R. Ayers Study Room

E. Allen and Ann B. James Study Room

Farm Credit Lawn: Made possible by the generosity of AgCarolina Farm Credit, Carolina Farm Credit, Cape Fear Far Credit and CoBank

G. Brantley DeLoatche Family Elevator

Jack and Gladys Lee Staff Huddle Room

Mary C. and David M. Peele Greenhouse 1: Made possible by the generosity of Mary C. and David M. Peele

North Carolina Farm Bureau Learning Commons

Pam G. Marrone and Michael J. Rogers Test Planting Plot

Richard C. and Marcia H. Reich Study Room: Made possible by the generosity of Richard C. and Marcia H. Reich

William K. and Ann T. Collins Study Room

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