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Class of 2016 Learns About “The New Industrial Revolution” at Emerging Issues Forum

posted 2013.02.16 The Class of 2016 participated in the 28th annual Emerging Issues Forum at the Raleigh Convention Center. This year’s theme focused on the next phase of manufacturing in North Carolina — a creative and innovative industry featuring advances such as 3-D printers.   U.S. Senator Kay Hagan with Parth Shah ‘16, Sid Jandhyala ‘16, and Marcel Souffrant ‘16. Students had the opportunity to interact with featured speakers such as Dow Chemical Company Chief Executive Officer Andrew Liveris, U.S.
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Career Stock Rising in a New York Minute

printer friendly   Park Scholar Todd Smalling, spent the summer of 2008 in the Big Apple with the Equity Derivatives Group of J.P. Morgan Chase. Park Scholar Todd Smalling, spent the summer of 2008 in the Big Apple with the Equity Derivatives Group of J.P. Morgan Chase. The business finance major described the ten-week period as exciting, challenging, rewarding, tough, and the time of his life. During the internship, Todd created and presented derivative trade ideas, wrote weekly market updates
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Exploring a Whole New World

Two Park alumni from the class of 2004 search for evidence of a new mammal in Indonesia. Alex Schlegel and Tim Mowrer never listed ”Sumatra” on their Plans of Professional Development. But that’s exactly where the Park alumni are currently stationed. Hiking through the dark unspoiled wilds of Indonesia, the two classmates have become intrepid explorers. It’s all part of a research project funded by National Geographic. Their mission: produce the first photographic evidence of an animal referred to locally
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New Alumni Board Announced

Park alumni have elected a new PAS board. The Park Alumni Society is pleased to announce a board for the 2006-2008 term. Two online elections were held to select the officers and voting board. The PAS board officers are: Terrell Russell (2000), president; Kim Bloomfield (2002), vice president; Wortham Boyle (2003), treasurer; and Kelly Marks (2000), secretary. Officers were selected using a ranked vote. The remaining 5 voting board positions were selected from a pool of 11 nominees. In a
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