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Four Incoming CALS Students Named Park Scholars
The Park Scholarships program at North Carolina State University has named 42 students to its Class of 2026, including incoming College of Agriculture and Life Sciences students Sydney Loflin '26, Eli Roberts '26, Caden Robinette '26, and Karla S. Velasquez-Contreras '26.
NC DEQ Secretary Biser Presents Grace Baucom ’22 with Environmental Education Certificate
North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality Secretary Elizabeth S. Biser presented Grace Baucom '22 with her NC Environmental Education Certificate on April 20, 2022.
A ‘Direct, Hands-On Research Experience’ for Undergraduate Students
BURT-P, a program started by Park Faculty Scholar Trino Ascencio-Ibáñez, is giving undergraduate students hands-on lab experience and unique opportunities in the biochemistry department.
Park Scholars Student Profile: Reagan Bustabad
Reagan Bustabad '24, a junior in CALS, gains valuable experience from hands-on research.
5th Generation Cotton Farmer Honored by NC State Park Scholars
Julius Tillery, an advocate for rural communities and Black farmers, is receiving the William C. Friday Award.
Meet Park Faculty Scholar Trino Ascencio-Ibáñez
Trino Ascencio-Ibáñez, a Park Faculty Scholar for the Class of 2025, teaches in the Department of Molecular and Structural Biochemistry.
Park Faculty Scholar Suzie Goodell and Natalie Cooke ’10 Receive Gertrude Cox Award
Class of 2024 Park Faculty Scholar Suzie Goodell and Park alumna Natalie Cooke '10 were awarded the Gertrude Cox Award for Innovative Excellence in Teaching and Learning with Technology in honor of their work in integrating new technologies into effective teaching strategies.
Claire Ludwig ’21 and Amy Ward ’21 Thrive in the College of Veterinary Medicine
Claire Ludwig '21 and Amy Ward '21 graduated early and enrolled in NC State's top-ranked College of Veterinary Medicine, applying part of their Park Scholarships funding toward their DVM studies.
‘REEP-ing’ Research Opportunities in Biological Engineering
This year, Elizabeth Beyer '22 has been conducting research that analyzes the effectiveness of stream restoration tools and models in examining bank erosion and sediment transport in North Carolina’s Piedmont region.
NC State Lands $1 Million Grant to Support Transfer and First-Year Students in the Life Sciences
Park Faculty Scholar Lisa Parks is one of the primary researches on a $1 million grant to improve advising, mentoring, courses and research experiences for transfer and first-year students in the life sciences.