Two Caldwell Fellows Scholars have received graduate research fellowships from the National Science Foundation. Brinda Monian, is a chemical engineering and biochemistry major, a Goldwater Scholar and a member of the University Honors Program. Neil Shah is a computer science major and a member of the University Honors Program. (Brinda is pictured lower right, Neil in middle).
And Brian Schuster (pictured on left) was recognized in the New Faces of Engineering – College Edition. Brian is using his engineering skills to advance renewable fuel production and develop a versatile sole technology for outdoor and military footwear.
Monday, April 8th 6-8pm in Riddick Hall.
Calling all Caldwells!
The time is fast approaching for our April 8th Professional Development event.
This event is the last in our series of “Doing Better at Doing Good” events for the 12-13 academic year.
Caldwell – Park Professional Development Night: Making a Difference in the Profit and Non-Profit Worlds, the advantages and hazards of each.
Kevin Trapani, President and CEO of the Redwoods Group in Durham, NC; noted for his innovation in social enterprise and the connections he makes between profit, values, and moral courage
Pam Bostic, Director of the Poole College of Management MBA Program
Mary Tschirhart, Director of the NC State Institute for Non-Profits
The event is free but please preregister to hold your place by Sunday, April 7 midnight.