Class of 2022 Announced
Thirty-one high school graduates have accepted invitations to become Robertson Scholars, receiving merit scholarships to attend either the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill or Duke University.
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The Robertson Scholars Leadership Program proudly welcomes five first-year students at UNC-Chapel Hill and Duke University into the Robertson Scholars Class of 2021. These students were selected from a pool of candidates from both universities based on their demonstrated academic …Read More > >
Congratulations to two of our Duke Roberstson Seniors, Amy Kramer and Chinmay Pandit, for being selected as finalists for Young Trustee. Read more here. …Read More > >
Duke senior Amy Kramer (Duke ’18) for being selected as a Schwarzman Scholar! Amy will study at Schwarzman College on the Tsinghua University campus in Beijing. Read more about Amy and the Schwarzman Scholarship here.…Read More > >
Senior Brent Comstock was recently featured in an article highlighting his work in innovation and entrepreneurship at UNC-Chapel Hill. Read all about his accomplishments here: http://www.unc.edu/spotlight/brent-comstock/?/1/17+Brent+Comstock…Read More > >
UNC sophomore Scott Emmons was named a 2017 Goldwater Scholar, an award recognized as the “most prestigious undergraduate scholarship in the natural sciences, mathematics, and engineering in America”. To learn more, read here: https://goldwater.scholarsapply.org/2017-scholars/. Congratulations, Scott!…Read More > >
Congratulations to Duke junior Maya Durvasula who was selected as a 2017 Truman Scholar! To read more about Maya and the other recipients, check out this article: https://www.truman.gov/2017-truman-scholars
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The application for the High School process for our 2016-2017 Selection Cycle is now LIVE! High School Seniors, start your application now!
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