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N.C. State names Park Scholarship recipients

N.C. State University’s Park Scholarships program has named 39 students to its class of 2021. Thirteen are from the Triangle. They join a community of about 160 current scholars and 800 alumni.

Jessica Lynn Autry, daughter of Randy and Tammy Autry of Benson, will graduate from South Johnston High School and plans to major in animal science.

Natalie Rose Collier, daughter of Douglas and April Collier of Raleigh, will graduate from Wakefield High School and plans to major in biomedical engineering.

Elizabeth Elikem Dogbe, daughter of John and Alberta Dogbe of Knightdale, will graduate from the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics and plans to major in civil engineering.

David Parker Flowers, son of Parker and Kristi Flowers of Raleigh, will graduate from Millbrook High School and plans to major in engineering.

Benjamin Gray, son of Tim and Rhonda Gray of Raleigh, will graduate from North Raleigh Christian Academy and plans to major in chemistry.

Salam Ibrahim, daughter of Akram and Fatemah Ibrahim of Raleigh, will graduate from Athens Drive High School and plans to major in engineering.

Mackenzie Elizabeth Lamb, daughter of Lynne Hicks and the late Van Lamb of Cary, will graduate from Wake STEM Early College High School and plans to major in international studies.

Christopher Lerma, son of Pilar Lerma of Benson, will graduate from West Johnston High School and plans to major in engineering.

Odai Azem Mansour, son of Azem and Ghadier Mansour of Raleigh, will graduate from Jesse O. Sanderson High School and plans to major in biochemistry.

Nikhil Milind, son of Anamika Deo and Milind Phase of Raleigh, will graduate from North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics and plans to major in computer science.

Lauren Olivia Spell, daughter of Rodney and Marie Spell of Willow Spring, will graduate from Fuquay-Varina Senior High School and plans to major in biomedical engineering.

Ana Sofia Uzsoy, daughter of Lucia Mendez and Reha Uzsoy of Cary, will graduate from the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics and plans to major in physics.

Lindsay Finnegan Wrege, daughter of Katie and Dallas Wrege of Cary, will graduate from Cary Academy and plans to major in biomedical engineering.

The Park Scholarship is awarded on the basis of outstanding accomplishments and potential in scholarship, leadership, service and character.

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