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Keriann Uesugi ’04 Feeds a Passion for Maternal and Child Health Research
Beijul Shah '24 interviews Keriann Uesugi '04 because she related to Uesugi's passion to help other people — she has truly strengthened communities through the work she has done for women and children.
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.
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.
Evan Grant ’20 Reflects on Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character
Evan Grant is a Park Scholar in the Class of 2020 studying mechanical engineering with a minor in art and design. He is originally from...
New Brody Pediatric Clinical Research Internship
The Brody School of Medicine Department of Pediatrics Research Division at East Carolina University is looking for rising juniors and seniors who have an interest...
Jada Hester ’20 looks at the wage gap as a WomenNC Scholar
Jada Hester ’20 was named one of ten WomenNC Scholars from across the state. WomenNC is a local non-profit committed to finding solutions to advance...
NC State Lands $1 Million Grant to Support Transfer and First-Year Students in the Life Sciences
Park Faculty Scholar Lisa Parks is one of the primary researches on a $1 million grant to improve advising, mentoring, courses and research experiences for transfer and first-year students in the life sciences.
Dani Winter ’18 Innovates Water Treatment & the Twitter-verse
How do you capture the interest of researchers all over the country in 140 characters or less? Danielle Winter ‘18, a senior majoring in biological...
Kelly Cunningham ’14 Studies Nuclear Radiation in Fukushima
When a tsunami was triggered off the coast of Japan in 2011 by an undersea 9.0 magnitude earthquake, five nuclear reactors in Fukushima were destroyed...
Claire Shigekawa Rennhack ’08 Crafts a Career in the Emerald City
As most creative types will attest, art-making is an iterative process requiring close study and a willingness to adjust and blend ideas. Likewise, Claire Shigekawa...