Crafts Center features exhibit on Stafford’s career at State

April 17, 2012
By Chris Saunders

0227264-showThomas H. Stafford Jr., vice chancellor for student affairs, has always had an open door to student concerns. And he’s had fun along the way despite having to make difficult decisions. Stafford is set to retire at the end of June, and the Crafts Center is celebrating his 40 years of service to NC State with the exhibit, “A Fond Farewell to Dr. Stafford.”

The exhibit, which runs until May 11, features archived images and stories from The Technician and Agromeck and focuses on Stafford’s motto, “Students First.” Students, faculty, staff and friends are also invited to share their memories of Stafford as part of the exhibition.

If you have questions, please drop by the Crafts Center information desk or feel free to email them to Dusty Fletcher at


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