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Park Scholarships Welcomes Dana Dubis

The Park Scholarships team is pleased to welcome Dana Dubis as the program’s development associate. In this new position, Dubis will serve as a key point of contact for the Park Scholarships’ fundraising and development-related initiatives – both the internal, detailed logistical tasks and communications work, as well as the relational, external roles required to foster support for the Park Scholarships. The Park Scholarships development associate position was created as part of the program’s efforts to grow its endowment. In
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Park Scholarships Welcomes Patricia Crane ‘02

Today, NC State’s Park Scholarships welcomed Patricia Crane ‘02 as the program’s development associate.

Director of Development Kelleigh Smith Focuses on Park Scholarships’ Fundraising Goals

On January 26, Kelleigh Smith joined NC State’s University Advancement team as director of development with a special focus on advancing the fundraising goals of both the Park Scholarships and Caldwell Fellows programs. Smith will provide direction for both programs’ comprehensive fundraising efforts, and is responsible for attracting major gifts from alumni, friends, industry, private foundations, and other philanthropic partners.

Lindsey Robinson ’08 Works to Save Lives with Development of New Drug

Lindsey Robinson ‘08 has had a longstanding interest in helping others through science. This passion, coupled with an undergraduate degree in chemical and biomolecular engineering, has propelled her to conduct groundbreaking work in the pharmaceutical industry.

An Interview with Dr. Kristin Murphy

Kristin Murphy, global competitive sales intelligence manager for SAS Institute and an alumna of NC State, has been actively involved with the Park Scholarships program for the past four years.

Jeremy Diner ‘08 Charts a Course to a Career in Sustainable Development

Jeremy Diner says the highlight of his undergraduate career at NC State was learning about some of the world’s biggest problems and, as an Environmental Technology major, gaining hands-on skills that could solve these problems. His academic advisor, Dr. Robert Bruck, inspired Diner to pursue the path of an environmentalist.