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Raleigh Davis ’10 and Tyrone Keys, Jr. ’10 Receive College of Engineering Awards

Raleigh Davis ‘10 and Tyrone Keys, Jr. ‘10 received Outstanding Senior Awards at the 2010 Engineers’ Council Annual Awards Banquet this spring. Davis was presented with the Outstanding Senior Award for Scholarly Achievement. Originally from Cinnaminson, New Jersey, he graduated with a degree in chemical engineering with a concentration in nanoscience. Davis completed several research projects at NC State University in the field of polymer engineering, including an award-winning study in nanofiber production. He also spent a summer studying chemical
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Two Seniors Receive NSF Awards

Two Park Scholars have been named National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellows. Katya Casper and John Rhoden (both 2007) have both been awarded NSF fellowships. Several other Park Scholars and alumni received honorable mentions: Justin Brockman (2006), John Kelly, Wes Overton (2007), Danielle Proffitt (2006) and Katie Watlington (2006). The Graduate Research Fellowships provide three years of support for graduate study leading to research-based masters or doctoral degrees and is intended for students who are at the early stages of
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Alumna, Scholar Win DHS Awards

Meg Andrews (2004) and John Kelly (2007) have been recognized by the Department of Homeland Security. Two Park Scholarship recipients have been recognized by the US Department of Homeland Security. Alumna Meg Andrews (2004) was named a Homeland Security Fellow; John Kelly (2007) was named a Homeland Security Scholar. The awards honor students who pursue science and technology innovations that can be applied to the Department’s mission. John is a junior majoring in Computer Engineering. He is a member of
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Park Scholars Selected for Fulbright Awards

Two Park Seniors were offered the grants for 2005. Adam Rush and Kerr Robinson, both class of 2005, were offered Fulbright grants for the 2005 year. Adam, a Pittsburgh native, studied Civil Engineering and served two terms as president of the American Society of Civil Engineers at NC State. He has presented and published at the Structural Analysis of Historic Constructions Conference in Padua, Italy, and is pending publication with the American Concrete Institute Materials Journal on his research during
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