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A Reason to Run
Tatum Kellum '22 explains how the Krispy Kreme Challenge has gone all-virtual for 2021.
Study Domestic: An Adventurous Solution to a Remote Semester
Shannon Carney '23, Megan Cislo '23, Daniel Friday '23, David Horne '23, Madison Mueller '23, Zach VanHekken '23, and Annie Kate Watson '23 found a unique way to spend a remote semester.
Lean On Me (Virtually): How the Class of 2024 is Staying Connected During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Staying connected during a global pandemic is difficult. Katie Krawcheck '24 talks to her peers to find out how they are building and sustaining relationships in a time of social distancing.
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.”
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.
Leadership Academy: Concepts and Models Goes Online for the Class of 2022
Leadership Academy: Concepts and Models, an opportunity for Park Scholars to examine their leadership styles and those of their peers, took place over Zoom for the Class of 2022.
Looking Beyond Medicine to Promote Public Health
For Naila Segule '20, a summer internship with the NC Department of Public Health underscores the importance of interdisciplinary perspectives.
Finding Magic in the Present
Lauren Caddick ’14 created a documentary photography tarot deck to capture the resilience of the human spirit
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.