From the Sarteneja Peninsula in Belize to the coastal city of Perth, Australia, Stephanie Wenclawski ‘16 has demonstrated her commitment to the study of marine sciences. Her international volunteer work with oceanic wildlife coupled with outreach efforts as both a Park Scholarships and University Ambassador have already primed Wenclawski to be a leader in her field.
Although Park Scholars’ backgrounds and interests are widely varied, many alumni have found a home at Deloitte. Deloitte provides audit, tax, consulting, enterprise risk, and financial advisory services for many of the largest companies in the world, including many of the Fortune 500.
Stephanie Solove, a political science and communication major in the class of 2013, participated in the Civic Leadership Academy (CLA) sponsored by the Lou Frey Institute at the University of Central Florida. Solove, a native of Lake Worth, Florida, was selected from among student leaders throughout the state to take part in an intensive curriculum that focused on the intricacies of government, political parties and public policy making. The two-week program is designed to help prepare participants for careers in
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Park Scholars merited two of the four inaugural awards given at this year’s Founders Day Celebration. On March 15, Brice Nielsen (2006) and Stephanie Canady (2007) were recognized for their contributions to the campus community. The two seniors—along with Jennifer Edwards and David White—received the first Mathews Medals, NC State’s new student honor. Chancellor James L. Oblinger presented the medals at the culmination of this year’s student Founders Day activities. The awards are named for Walter J. Mathews, the first
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