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CCEE student Emi Boldor ’25 named Grand Challenges Scholar
Emi Boldor '25 was tapped as a National Academy of Engineering Grand Challenges Scholar by the College of Engineering and Office of Academic Affairs.
December Graduate Spotlight: Elizabeth Dogbe ’21
Elizabeth Dogbe ’21, a fall 2021 graduate, shares the experiences that had the biggest impact during her time at NC State and where she is headed next.
Kanton Reynolds and Veronica Catete Among College of Engineering Staff To Receive Awards for Excellence
Park Faculty Scholar Kanton Reynolds and Park Enrichment Grant Committee member Veronica Catete receive Awards for Excellence.
On the Road to Success
NC State’s co-op program helped Elizabeth Dogbe ’21 fine-tune her civil engineering passion and positioned her to excel in a career focused on making public transportation systems more efficient, accessible, and equitable.
Tomás Carbonell ’02 Joins the EPA Leadership Team
Tomás Carbonell ’02 is the newly-appointed Deputy Assistant Administrator for Stationary Sources in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Air and Radiation. His work will focus on tackling the climate crisis, advancing environmental justice, and creating clean energy jobs.
A Brave Young Coder in a Brave New World
Park Scholar Anna Owens '21 discovered her passion for cybersecurity while studying at NC State. Now, this atypical computer programmer is preparing to apply her skills at one of the world’s biggest tech companies.
Elijah Bouma-Sims ’21 Helps Secure $100,000 for Research Funding at NC State
Elijah Bouma-Sims ’21 shares how he got involved with a research project that won a $100,000 award, and how research opportunities have shaped his professional and academic goals.
The Park Scholarships Program Marks 25 Years
From NC State Engineering magazine:
NC State’s Park Scholarships program welcomed its 25th class to campus this fall. Of the 41 students in the class of 2024, 20 announced plans to study in the College of Engineering. In most years, more Park Scholars study in COE than any other college.
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.
Faculty Spotlight: Kanton Reynolds
Park Faculty Scholar Kanton Reynolds discusses his course Technologists of Color/STEM Applications & Innovations in Emerging Societies.