NC State Pulp and Paper Foundation Joins Two Sides

Submitted by: Phil Riebel 10/16/2013

NC State's Pulp and Paper Foundation partners with alumni, corporations, friends and foundations to generate support for the NCSU Paper Science and Engineering Program. Membership gifts to the foundation support scholarships, professorships, academic programs, research, facility and lab improvements and various student programs.

NC State Pulp and Paper Foundation Joins Two Sides


Two Sides Press Release

CHICAGO (October 16, 2013) - The North Carolina State University Pulp and Paper Foundation has become a member of Two Sides U.S., the fast-growing non-profit organization that promotes the responsible production, use and sustainability of print and paper.

"NCSU is a leading academic institution that prepares students for careers as scientists and engineers in the forest products and related industries and they are a great addition to our group. They will be a great partner helping to disseminate factual information on the sustainability of print and paper to students, the industry and the public" says Two Sides President Phil Riebel.

"The NC State Pulp and Paper Foundation is committed to environmental leadership both as an institution and for our stakeholders," says Jennifer Piercy, Executive Director, NCSU Pulp and Paper Foundation. "The use of responsibly sourced and sustainably produced paper is a key element in being responsible stewards of our environment. Our membership in Two Sides demonstrates this commitment and helps us to spread the word about the environmental benefits of print and paper as a communications tool."

About NCSU's Pulp and Paper Foundation

NC State's Pulp and Paper Foundation (NC State Pulp and Paper Foundation) partners with alumni, corporations, friends and foundations to generate support for the NCSU Paper Science and Engineering Program. Membership gifts to the foundation support scholarships, professorships, academic programs, research, facility and lab improvements and various student programs. The Paper Science and Engineering Program at NCSU has an outstanding reputation as one of the leading undergraduate and graduate programs in the industry.