What Makes a Park Scholar?
Park Scholars are intellectually curious students who seek learning experiences beyond the classroom.
Daniel Haller ’22, a 2020 Goldwater Scholar, knew when he came to NC State he wanted to study global infectious diseases. More »
Park Scholars listen well, lead by example, take risks, and champion original ideas.
As a first-year senator in Student Government, Timothy Reid ’24 is working to support his peers during a challenging time and advance policies to improve student well-being. More »
Park Scholars dedicate themselves to making a positive difference in their communities.
Since a group of Park Scholars launched the Krispy Kreme Challenge in 2004, the charity race has raised $1.92 million to benefit the North Carolina Children’s Hospital. More »
Park Scholars demonstrate the highest levels of integrity, honesty, and conscientiousness.
Elizabeth Dogbe ’21 is passionate about transportation planning and traffic operations and will graduate ready to pursue a meaningful career making transit systems more equitable. More »
4 Questions for NC State’s 4 Churchill Scholars
Chris Cooper '17, Mia de los Reyes '16, Nikhil Milind '21 and Ana Sofia Uzsoy '21 are NC State's four Churchill Scholars. They spoke with the program about the impact of their time at NC State and experiences as Park Scholars and Churchill Scholars.
Meet Park Faculty Scholar Trino Ascencio-Ibáñez
Trino Ascencio-Ibáñez, a Park Faculty Scholar for the Class of 2025, teaches in the Department of Molecular and Structural Biochemistry.
Meet Park Faculty Scholar Kay Sandberg
Kay Sandberg, a Park Faculty Scholar for the Class of 2025, has been a teaching professor in the Department of Chemistry at NC State for more than 20 years.