Yearly Archives: 2013


Congratulations to Alan Sheridan and Neil Shah, award winners.

Four North Carolina State University engineering students received Outstanding Senior Awards at the 2013 College of Engineering Annual Awards Banquet on May 8. Two are Caldwell Fellows!

With award category and major:

Leadership – Alan Sheridan, Computer Science
Scholarly Achievement – Neil Shah, Computer Science
The awards are presented each year to outstanding seniors who are nominated by their academic departments.

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Congratulations Class of 2013

Congratulations to the Caldwell Fellows class of 2013. We will recognize the seniors at a luncheon at the NC State Arboretum on Friday May 10. Immediately after graduation many of the seniors will embark on one of two Wilderness trips this year to the Sierra Nevada mountains and/or help facilitate the SATELLITE Camp right here on NC State campus. The annual camp introduces fifty high school students from around NC to majors and career options in Science and Technology.

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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.


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Professional Development Evening

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.


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Announcing the Class of 2016

Twenty-five outstanding NC State freshmen have joined the Caldwell Fellows as the Class of 2016. They will be greeted by current fellows at a welcome reception this Friday evening. Learn more about them here.


Matt Anderson

Matthew Anderson is from Asheville, NC and attended Asheville High School. Matt is majoring in Economics with a minor in Math.



Jocelyn Barahona

Jocelyn Barahona is from Durham, NC and attended Durham School of the Arts. Jocelyn is majoring in Architecture.



Megan Broders

Megan Broders is from Wake Forest, NC and attended Wake Forest Rolesville High School. Megan is majoring in Polymer & Color Chemistry and Textile Engineering.



Marc Celestini

Marc Celestini is from Toronto, Ontario, Canada and attended Cardinal Gibbons High School. Marc is majoring in Computer and Electrical Engineering with a minor in Spanish.


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Kevin Eguiluz Hernandez

Kevin Eguiluz Hernandez is from Cary, NC and attended Apex High School. Kevin is majoring in Chemical Engineering and Economics.



Bethany Faulkner

Bethany Faulkner is from Indian Trail, NC and attended Union Academy Charter. Bethany is majoring in Graphic Design.



Graham Freels

Graham Freels is from Rutherfordton, NC and attended RS Central High School. Graham is majoring in Aerospace Engineering and Material Science and Engineering.



Thomas Harris

Thomas Harris is from Greensboro, NC and attended Northwest Guilford High School. Thomas is majoring in Forestry.



Molly Hass

Molly Hass is from Raleigh, NC and attended William G. Enloe High School. Molly is majoring in Food Science with a minor in Spanish.



Will Holland

William Holland is from Winston Salem, NC and attended Mount Tabor High School. Will is majoring in Chemical Engineering and Economics.



Josiah Keilson

Josiah Keilson is from Cary, NC and attended Cary Christian High School. Josiah is majoring in Management with a minor in Art and Design.



Sean Kramer

Sean Kramer is from Kinston, NC and attended North Lenoir High. Sean is majoring in Computer Science and Philosophy.



Sam Loomis

Samuel Loomis is from Cary, NC and attended Cary High School. Sam is majoring in Physics and Math with a minor in Cognitive Science and Theatre.



Halle Mangrum

Halle Mangrum is from Greensboro, NC and attended Northwest Guilford. Halle is majoring in English with a minor in Spanish.



Meredith Martin

Meredith Martin is from Norwood, NC and attended South Stanly High School. Meredith is majoring in Elementary Education.



Ravyn Njagu

Ravyn Njagu is from Graham, NC and attended North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics. Ravyn is majoring in Biological Sciences.



Dan Oliver

Dan Oliver is from Drexel, NC and attended Freedom High School. Dan is majoring in Statistics with a minor in Economics.



William Pfitzner

William Pfitzner is from Mount Airy, NC and attended Mount Airy High School. William is majoring in Biomedical Engineering.



Julia Rao

Julia Rao is from Chapel Hill, NC and attended Trinity School of Durham and Chapel Hill. Julia is majoring in Mechanical Engineering.



Erin Roberts

Erin Roberts is from Arden, NC and attended TC Roberson High School. Erin is majoring in Textile Technology – Fashion and Textile Design.



Shrey Satpathy

Shrey Satpathy is from New Delhi, India. Shrey is majoring in Nuclear Engineering and Physics.



Rajan Singh

Rajan Singh is from Summerfield, NC and attended Caldwell Academy. Rajan is in First Year College.



Tianna Soto

Tianna Soto is from Apex, NC and attended Apex High School. Tianna is majoring in Psychology and Spanish Language and Literature with a minor in International Studies.



Brooke Wilner

Brooke Wilner is from Kinston, NC and attended The Epiphany School. Brooke is majoring in Aerospace Engineering and Philosophy with a minor in Classical Studies.



Annie Wilt

Annie Wilt is from Jacksonville, FL and attended Paxon School for Advanced Studies. Annie is majoring in Polymer & Color Chemistry with a minor in Textile Engineering.



Shealynn Womble

Shealynn Womble is from Charlotte, NC and attended Mallard Creek High School. Shealynn is majoring in Middle Grades / Language Arts & Social Studies Concentration.

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Center for Creative Leadership

CCL Has Enduring Impact through the Caldwell Fellows

Whether it’s the executive who’s responsible for making sure your custom-engraved iPod gets to you in just three days or the critical care pediatrician working to save a child’s life, there is little question that Caldwell Fellows alumni are making an impact — in their workplaces, in their communities and around the world.

The Center for Creative Leadership has been an integral part of the Caldwell Fellows program and its impact since the beginning, a relationship that spans 40 years.

On January 2-4 we had 22 students at the Center for Creative Leadership for our annual capstone leadership training. Concurrently, we had a group of alumni in training as well (a one time event in cekebration of our 40th anniversary.)

The picture above shows Caldwell Fellow alumnus John Higdon (class of 83) and his daughter Summer, Caldwell class of 2014. They are pictured with Bill Sternbergh who has trained every class of Fellows at CCL for 40 years!

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Annual Gala!

Caldwell Fellows, alumni, faculty and friends enjoyed delicious food, musical entertainment, dancing, and fun at the Annual Gala and Reunion on Saturday evening, February 16, 2013 at 1705 Prime, 1705 E. Millbrook Rd., Raleigh.