Greg Raschke is Senior Vice Provost and Director of Libraries at NC State University, where he leads a system comprising two main libraries, three branches, and more than two-hundred FTE staff. In this position, Raschke is responsible for advocating for the NC State University Libraries’ position as a gateway to knowledge for the NC State community and partners. His efforts build upon the Libraries’ historic strengths, and provide a vision for future growth and success.
As the Libraries’ Associate Director for Collections and Scholarly Communication for more than a decade, he led programs to build, manage and preserve the Libraries’ extensive general and special collections. During that time, Raschke served on the leadership team that envisioned, planned and implemented the award-winning James B. Hunt Jr. Library. Additionally, he has led efforts to support faculty and graduate students with emerging tools, programs and services across the research lifecycle, and he has significant experience managing fundraising, annual giving, and naming opportunity campaigns.
Raschke previously held positions at the University of Kansas and the Georgia Institute of Technology. He received his Bachelor of Arts in history and political science, along with his Master of Science in library and information science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.