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New Programming Provides Opportunity for Park Scholars To Examine Racial Inequity
Spring 2021 marked a significant change to the Park Scholarships curriculum: the addition of a three-part session designed to introduce students to the impact of racial inequality in the United States.
Park Scholarships Raises More Than Half a Million Dollars on NC State Day of Giving
On NC State’s third Day of Giving, the Park Scholarships community raised $551,466 from 513 gifts in 24 hours.
Jess Rotenberg ’07 Navigates Uncertainty and Finds Community
Ryley Fallon '24 interviews Jess Rotenberg ’07, who "didn’t expect to be the ‘friendly neighborhood microbiologist’ but leadership is needed in the strangest places sometimes.”
Taking Care of Business
Agile Park entrepreneurs lead their companies through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Emily Holmes ’07 Co-Leads Program to Support Health Care Workers Responding to COVID-19
Dr. Emily Holmes ’07 co-leads IU Health's Stress, Trauma, and Grief Engagement Supports (STAGES) Program, a key part of the hospital's COVID-19 response.
Alum on Front Line of Pandemic: ‘Stay Home’
Chris Arbonies '07, a New Orleans physician and Park Scholar, returned to work after recovering from COVID-19. He urges others to follow CDC guidelines for reducing the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Oliver Brooks ’07 on Building Foundations for Success
Oliver Brooks ’07 developed a fascination for business in high school when a neighbor and mentor first explained the stock market to him. “I was...
Katya Casper ’07 Grounds Her Interest in Flight at Sandia National Labs
Katya Casper ’07 first fell in love with flight when she landed a summer job in high school manning the desk of a flight school...
Team Led by Mary Elting ’07 Awarded $1.2 Million to Develop Cyborg Cells
A team led by Mary Williard Elting ’07, an assistant professor in the Department of Physics, has been awarded $1.2 million from the National Science Foundation (NSF)...
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...