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Tomás Carbonell ’02 Joins the EPA Leadership Team
Tomás Carbonell ’02 is the newly-appointed Deputy Assistant Administrator for Stationary Sources in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Air and Radiation. His work will focus on tackling the climate crisis, advancing environmental justice, and creating clean energy jobs.
Kim Bloomfield ’02 and Ricky Bloomfield ’02 Create the Eighth Co-Named Park Scholarship
Kim and Ricky's gift will be joined by Park Foundation funds to support one Park Scholarship in perpetuity.
Ben Darnell ’02 Creates the Seventh Co-Named Park Scholarship
“Programs like Park Scholarships help attract and support top students while integrating them into the university as a whole.”
Eva Feucht ’02 Honored for Role Bringing Paid Parental Leave to UNC System
Park Scholarships Director Eva Feucht ’02 was honored at the 35th annual Sisterhood Dinner on February 24 for advocating for paid parental leave. A paid...
Freshman and Senior Retreats: Strengthening Connections
Retreats are integral components of the Park Scholarships experience. At the start of each of the freshman and senior years, they afford scholars the perspective...
An Apple Tree Grows in the Park Community
The Park Scholarships prepares scholars for a variety of paths in life. Sometimes, though, those paths overlap. Currently, four Park alumni from different classes have...
Three Alumni in Triangle Business Journal’s 2018 “40 Under 40” List
The Park Scholarships program prepares scholars for lifelong contributions to the campus, state, nation, and world. Neal Robbins ’01, Jennifer Morgan ’02, and Will Quick...
The following Park Scholars, alumni, and faculty received media attention in recent months:
Classmates Ben Darnell ’02 and Mark Voelker ’02 Emerge as Open Source Software Industry Leaders
College roommates and fellow computer science majors Ben Darnell ’02 and Mark Voelker ’02 recently crossed paths within the open source software industry. Longtime open...
The following Park Scholars, alumni, and faculty received media attention in recent weeks: