Savannah Wooten is a 2012-2013 Kennedy-Lugar YES Abroad program alumna. She lived in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina with a host family during her senior year of high school and attended Druga gimnazija high school …Read More > >
From Peace First website
The Peace First Prize celebrates peacemakers who have taken action to address injustice in their schools, neighborhoods, and communities. Peacemaking demands compassion (understanding other people), courage (taking risks to help others) and collaborative change (engaging others) …Read More > >
UNC graduate Loren Shealy is one of two new faces on the 2015-16 U.S. Women’s Field Hockey National Team, as announced Thursday by coach Craig Parnham. Shealy, who graduated from UNC in May of 2015, is among six …Read More > >
From AMC website
Angela Zhou, who plays Fong (a.k.a. Mei) on AMC’s Hell on Wheels, talks about her unusual first day on set and how a night out with Calgary’s transgender community helped her prepare for her role.
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From VCU website
Braveen Ragunanthan has been interested in public health and social justice for as long as he can remember. After witnessing extreme poverty in Sri Lanka and India on family trips as a young boy, he began to …Read More > >
Thirty-two high school graduates have accepted invitations to become Robertson Scholars, receiving undergraduate merit scholarships to attend either the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill or Duke University.
This year’s class hails from 15 states and six different countries, …Read More > >
Jamal Edwards (Duke ’16) has been named a 2015 Pickering Fellowship from the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation.
Administered for the U.S. Department of State by the Woodrow Wilson Foundation, the Pickering Fellowship identifies and cultivates outstanding college students and …Read More > >
The Robertson Scholars Leadership Program proudly welcomes four exceptional first-year students at UNC-Chapel Hill and Duke University into the Robertson Scholars Class of 2018. The students were chosen from a pool of about 200 candidates from both universities based on …Read More > >
Each year, the Robertson Scholars Leadership Program invites current Duke and UNC first-year students to apply to become Robertson Scholars. Scholars join the Program immediately upon their selection and receive full Program benefits in subsequent years.
Please join us for …Read More > >
DURHAM, NC - Thirty-two high school graduates have accepted invitations to become Robertson Scholars, receiving undergraduate merit scholarships to attend either Duke University or the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
This year’s class hails from 17 states and …Read More > >