Park Enrichment Grants Awarded in November 2023

The Park Enrichment Grant Committee made the following awards to Park Scholars who submitted proposals by the November 2023 deadline:

Emily Boldor ’25
Civil Engineering Study Abroad in Cork, Ireland

Bethel Chanyalew ’26
Guardian Ad Litem Volunteer

Disha Dureja ’26
Oxford Study Abroad

Kennedy Fipps ’24
PSI Perinatal Mood Disorders: Components of Care Conference & Training

Meredith Gaskill ’24
Thesis Exploration and Networking in NYC

Hyasen Gray ’26
Visual Narrative/Personal Growth

Anna Hill ’24
Semester at Sea – Study Abroad

Meara Kane ’27
Bonaire: Ecological and Geological Processes in an Immersive Scientific Diving Experience

Ferdinand Kelley ’25
Interdisciplinary Learning at the Grand Canyon: Conservation and Indigeneity

Cole Malinchock ’26
Autonomous Aquatic Vessel

Madison Mueller ’23
EMI Conference

Abby Mulry ’26
Study Abroad Experience in San Ramon, Costa Rica

Osarobo Obasuyi ’26
Park Enrichment Grant Application For Transportation funds for Urban Ministries Internship

Rhylee Pope ’25
ASAP Audit Course

Brennan Selcz ’26
Analyzing Henry David Thoreau’s Walden Through the Lens of Shared Experience

Beijul Shah ’24
Global Leadership Certificate Program

Syna Sharma ’25
Study Abroad in Jyväskylä, Finland

Molly Smith ’26
Experiencing Irish Culture: Cork, Ireland Study Abroad

Rylee Wienhold ’25
Group Play Therapy Research Project

Park Enrichment Grants, initiated in 1998, provide support for Park Scholars to engage in professional and personal enrichment experiences in the United States and abroad. The grants are awarded by a committee composed of NC State faculty members and a Park Alumni Society representative. Awards are funded by the Park Foundation and donor gifts made to the Park Scholarships Enrichment Fund. Grant proposals are due November 1, February 1, April 1, and May 25. Refer to our news announcements for lists of recent Park Enrichment Grant recipients.