In May, Morgan Barbre ‘19 and Cambray Smith ‘18 traveled to Copenhagen, Denmark as delegates to the fourth triennial Women Deliver global conference. With nearly 6,000 attendees representing more than 150 countries, this was the largest gathering on girls’ and women’s health and rights in the last decade.
Four Park Scholars – Alex Brown ’17, Chandler Gonzales ’18, Alex Kim ’17, and Charan Mohan ’15 – were part of NC State’s delegation to this year’s Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U), and attended the CGI U conference at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Fla. from March 6-8, 2015.
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.
posted 2012.04.06 In her efforts as a nutrition sciences major to address malnutrition in developing nations, Becky Dobosy ‘14 never expected to find herself in Western Europe, let alone Rome. As a member of the Alternative Service Break Italy team, Dobosy crossed the Atlantic to spend her spring break on a service-learning experience focusing on world hunger. Rome serves as the headquarters for the world’s leading international agricultural organizations that work to alleviate world hunger and promote sustainable development. Over
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Ellen Orabone ‘10 was recently featured in GlobalEyes, a publication of the Office of International Affairs, for her passion to develop a global perspective. Orabone studied abroad in Peru and Costa Rica, participated in service trips to Italy and Guatemala, and lived in Nicaragua. This fall, she will pursue a dual-degree natural resources and sustainable development program at American University and the University for Peace in Costa Rica. Read the GlobalEyes feature story ~posted 2010.06.23
Park Scholars and alumni will travel to Honduras this holdiay season bringing good cheer and health. Read and learn how you can participate. What better time to give back than the start of a new year? From December 26th through January 1st, a team of Park Scholars and alumni will be traveling to Honduras with the organization Global Medical Brigades to conduct health clinics in needy villages. These brigades typically serve 1,500 patients in one week, patients that otherwise do
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