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Park Scholarships Program Updates
The Park Scholarships program is excited to announce the following updates to the Park Scholarship program.
Matt Traenkle ’21 Awarded 2021 Mathews Medal
Matt Traenkle '21 was awarded the 2021 Mathews Medal. It is the highest non-academic honor at NC State and recognizes graduating seniors who have served as student leaders and created a lasting legacy at the university.
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.
Julie Smith ’06 Named to UNC System Executive Leadership Institute
NC State AVC Julie Smith '06 joins a program designed to develop the next generation of top leadership from within the UNC System.
Jayna Lennon ’20 Receives Mathews Medal for Work With Feed the Pack
Jayna Lennon '20 received NC State’s highest nonacademic honor for the lasting impact she has made on campus as executive director of Feed the Pack.
Why We Run: A First Look at NC State Park Scholars Children’s Specialty Care Program
On Dec. 5, 2019, Park Scholars and Krispy Kreme Challenge race directors Georgia Burgess ’21, Natalie Collier ’21, Elise Romola ’21, and Matt Traenkle ’21...
Hannah Bain ’20 Named a 2019-2020 Social Innovation Fellow
Hannah Bain ’20 was named a 2019-2020 Social Innovation Fellow. The year-long program enables innovators at NC State to learn and practice social entrepreneurship by...
Sam Shain ’19 leans into scholarship, leadership, service, and character
Scholarship, leadership, service, and character. These are the four pillars of the Park Scholarships program and is the foundation of our scholars’ experience at NC...
sPark: A Park Scholarships Symposium
On Friday, April 6-Sunday, April 8, approximately 100 students, alumni, parents, faculty, staff, and selection committee members converged at the StateView Hotel on NC State’s...
Daniel Snyder ‘12 Strengthens Leadership through Spirituality and Sense of Adventure
While his undergraduate degree is in biological engineering, Daniel Snyder ‘12 has opted to pursue what he calls a “supremely unconventional (and unexpected)” career path....