Twenty-six outstanding N.C. State freshmen have been named the Caldwell Fellows Class of 2020. These exceptional students were selected on the basis of their outstanding character, leadership potential, scholarship and their dedication to service.
The following sixty students (listed with their College designations) exhibited through their essays and videos that they have a passion for servant leadership, academic excellence, and “thinking big.” They participated in Selection Day interviews on February 18. We congratulate all of them for taking on the challenge and contributing their energy to this important day in the Caldwell year.
|Duncan Anderson||Natural Resources|
|Layne Baker||Agriculture & Life Sciences|
|Shayan Barlas||Engineering / Textiles|
|Rebecca Bratsch||Humanities & Social Sciences|
|Pablo Campos||Humanities & Social Sciences|
|Trey Corriher Corriher||Design|
|Tre’ Dennis III||Textiles|
|Sydney Dougan||Agriculture & Life Sciences / Humanities & Social Sciences|
|Matt Dwyer||Engineering / Natural Resource|
|Jeyashree Haridoss||Management / Humanities & Social Sciences|
|Libby Indermaur||Humanities & Social Sciences / Agriculture & Life Science|
|Kirsten Jones||First-Year College|
|Sonali Karmalkar||Engineering / Management|
|Ayesha Khan||First-Year College|
|Roni Lee||Sciences / Engineering|
|Jayna Lennon||Humanities & Social Sciences|
|Kyle Lorenzo||Humanities & Social Sciences / Sciences|
|Chandler Marr||Humanities & Social Sciences|
|Nadia Naraine Naraine||Engineering|
|Victoria Newberry||Agriculture & Life Sciences|
|Julia O’Brien||Humanities & Social Sciences / Engineering|
|Ruth Parsons||Humanities & Social Sciences / Agriculture & Life Sciences|
|Katie Ryan||Engineering / Agriculture & Life Science|
|Andrea Sanchez-Zarate||Natural Resources / Engineering|
|Ori Soker||Humanities & Social Sciences / Engineering|
|Nila Veerabagu||Agriculture & Life Sciences|
|Emma Vtipil||Agriculture & Life Sciences / Natural Resource|
|Mohsen Zakaib||First-Year College|
Registration has closed. If you have already registered we will see you Saturday night!
See who is coming at the registration link: www.alumni.ncsu.edu/CaldwellGa
Join us for an evening of Caldwell community and celebration.
Saturday, February 18, 2017
The North Carolina Museum of Art | 2110 Blue Ridge Road | Raleigh, NC
Tickets $50 per person
Your ticket includes a menu of heavy hors d’oeuvres and access to the galleries. Docents will be present to enable your experience of the museum. We’ll also have a cash bar.
In the spirit of an evening at the art museum, creative evening attire is welcome.
Gala Sponsors: Vansana and Vanvisa Nolintha (Bida Manda) and Stephen Sumner
Are you interested in becoming a Gala Sponsor? Contact Van Nolintha at email@example.com
Schedule of Events:
6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
The evening begins with a champagne reception hosted by Chancellor Randy Woodson and Susan Woodson especially for alumni and friends of the program.
Current Fellows will arrive together (a “Gala Bus” will bring them from campus).
7:45 – 8 p.m.
A short program.
8 – 10 p.m.
Enjoy time with the Caldwell Fellows and as the evening unfolds, music will offer inspiration to those inclined to dance, a progression from mellow to lively.
In addition to the important work of reconnecting with the mission and rich relationships of our Caldwell Fellows community, this year’s evening will benefit Habitat for Humanity. All contributions above the ticket cost go to the Caldwell 2017 Shack-A-Thon fund and will support the NC State “Build a Block”’ commitment to complete a block of 11 homes in southeast Raleigh.
Questions? Contact Liz Holt 919.515.3837 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re jumping into a new academic year fresh with possibilities and exciting plans. The energy in our office and on campus is so real!
The Caldwell program is unique at NC State. First year students are invited to learn more about the program by reading our FAQ’s, attending an information session in your college and beginning the application when it goes live in October. Applications will be due in mid-January.
If you missed the INFO session please check our Apply Page for FAQ’s and email us with any questions! email@example.com
During Wolfpack Welcome Week the Caldwell Fellows will hold two information sessions (back-to-back) on Tuesday, August 16 in Witherspoon Student Center Room 201 from noon to 1:00PM and 1:00PM to 2:00PM. Please join us for an informal presentation and a chance to ask questions of our director, Dr. Janice Odom, and current Caldwell Fellows students!
Janice Odom, two members of our Professional Development Coaching Team, eight current Fellows and one alumn travelled to Spain on May 17 to begin their pilgrimage walk on the Camino de Compostelo de Santiago. Here they are after completing the goal on June 2: “We made it to Santiago. 14 days. 309km. Countless hills and blisters. Exponential insights. Excessive hilarity. Amazing group. Proud.” (JO)
Janice Odom, Director of the Caldwell Fellows
Vansana Nolintha, Caldwell Class of 2008
Cameron Bright, Class of 2018
Marc Celestini, Class of 2016
Ethan-Cole Evens, Class of 2019
Ulises Gutierrez, Class of 2019
Thomas Harris, Class of 2016
Devin Johnson, class of 2017
Noah Johnson, class of 2019
Samantha Saunders, Class of 2019
Derek Ross, Caldwell Coach (not pictured)
Tom Sappington, Caldwell Coach (not pictured)
Twenty-three Caldwell Fellows students and seven leaders (six Caldwell alumni and Jerry Barker) returned Sunday and Monday from trips to the Lost Coast of northern California and the western portion of the Mountain-to-Sea Trail in North Carolina. Two teams of 8 plus 5 leaders tackled west coast sand and water, while a team of 7 and 2 leaders in NC ascended and descended their mountainous trail. Challenges, both mental and physical, and plenty of fun were experienced by all. The CA group brought an actual buoy signed by all back to the Caldwell office as a souvenir! Check the Caldwell Fellows Facebook page for more stories. As soon as the Wilderness groups returned Dr. Janice Odom and eight Caldwells and two of our Caldwell coaches left for Spain for three weeks on the Camino de Santiago de Campostelo.
On Friday morning, May 6, the Caldwell Fellows Class of 2016 was recognized for their completion of the program at a breakfast at the McKimmon Center attended by their families, special guests and endowers. They shared plans for summer trips, research and internships, graduate school, full-time jobs and fifth years at NC State. Even though they have officially graduated from the Caldwell Fellows three-and-a-half year program, we look forward to welcoming them back again and again as Caldwell Fellows alumni.
|Kevin Eguiluz Hernandez|
|Dan Thomas Oliver|
SATELLITE (Science and Technology Enriching Lifelong Leadership in Tomorrow’s Endeavors) is a non-profit organization run by students from NC State, and is an initiative of the Caldwell Fellows. It is designed to introduce students from rural North Carolina high schools to science and technology related educational and career paths through a five-day retreat on the NC State campus each May. Approximately fifty high school sophomores experience a wide array of demonstrations, lectures, and hands-on laboratory experiments with the assistance of professors and currently enrolled students from across NC State’s campus.
Calling all past SATELLITE Co-Directors and Counselors! 2016 is SATELLITE’s 20th year of hosting high school students from North Carolina! As part of the program goals SATELLITE wants to reconnect with past SATELLITE volunteers. Please complete this form to subscribe to annual updates about the program!
Also, to celebrate an amazing 20 years past volunteers will be invited to attend the SATELLITE Camp Banquet on Tuesday, May 10. Invitations will be emailed to anyone who completes the google form.
Twenty-five outstanding N.C. State freshmen have been named the Caldwell Fellows Class of 2019. These exceptional students were selected on the basis of their outstanding character, leadership potential, scholarship and their dedication to service.