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Snapshots of Summer
Undeterred by this summer’s unique challenges, Park Scholars sought out opportunities to support their communities and stay on track with their professional goals.
A Different Kind of Summer
While this summer wasn't necessarily the same as what has been experienced in the past, the NC State community came up with great ways to think and do both personally and professionally this summer.
Class of 2021 Presents William C. Friday Award to Bree Newsome Bass
The Park Scholarships Class of 2021 presents the 22nd annual William C. Friday Award to artist, filmmaker, and activist Bree Newsome Bass.
Taking Care of Business
Agile Park entrepreneurs lead their companies through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nourishing a Community: The Class of 2020 Legacy
The Class of 2020 partnered with Urban Ministries of Wake County to provide commercial refrigerators and freezers for the organization’s food pantry.
Handling Any Challenge
Whether forging a path to NC State or handling cobras, zoology major Carley-Martin MacFarlane ’21 doesn’t back down. Thanks to the Park Scholarships program, she has found the academic and financial support needed to pursue her passion for snakes and other reptiles.
Park Faculty Scholars Reflect on the Transition to Online Instruction
Cyndi Edgington, Billy Flowers, and Lisa Parks weigh in on their experiences moving courses online in the middle of a semester.
2020 Krispy Kreme Challenge Raises $175,000
The Krispy Kreme Challenge began in 2004 as a lighthearted dare among a dozen friends. The truly unique event quickly became an NC State tradition...
Why We Run: A First Look at NC State Park Scholars Children’s Specialty Care Program
On Dec. 5, 2019, Park Scholars and Krispy Kreme Challenge race directors Georgia Burgess ’21, Natalie Collier ’21, Elise Romola ’21, and Matt Traenkle ’21...
Park Scholars Hosted Gerald H. Elkan Distinguished Lecture in Science and Society Featuring Nicole Lurie
North Carolina State University’s Park Scholarships Classes of 2020 and 2021 hosted the program’s second Gerald H. Elkan Distinguished Lecture in Science and Society, featuring...