Carrie Farley ‘00 Takes on the World of Project Finance

Carrie Farley ’00 arrived at NC State expecting to graduate as an engineer. But instead of sitting in front of a computer screen writing code, she’s traveling the world.

Brandon Buskey ’02 Joins ACLU Criminal Law Reform Project

posted 2012.09.27 Brandon Buskey ‘02, a former assistant attorney general in the Civil Rights Bureau in the Office of the New York State Attorney General, believes his experience as a Park Scholar at NC State contributed to both his professional and personal success. During his tenure with the attorney general’s office, Buskey developed office litigation for civil rights cases and addressed issues of discrimination in the areas of employment, education, and police misconduct. He was also a member of an inter-agency task force
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Sonya Patel ’09 Improves Quality of Life for Children in West Bank

posted 2012.04.30 Two years ago, Sonya Patel ‘09 traveled to the West Bank for a month following her first year at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine. Patel was part of a team of international medical students selected to participate in the Refugee Camp Project. During their time in Palestine, Patel and her team planned to work on a project focused on the mental health of children in refugee camps and specifically how the stress
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Natalie Cooke ’10 Recognized for Work with Community Nutrition Project

Natalie Cooke ‘10 was recently featured in Perspectives Online, the magazine of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, for her work in the Raleigh community. She served as head community liaison for a partnership involving NC State University and the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle where she coordinated student-led cooking and nutrition classes in Wake County. Natalie majored in biochemistry and nutrition sciences with a minor in genetics. She was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Gamma Sigma
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