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Robertson Alum Harrison Hines (Duke ’12) Named White House Fellow

Please join us in congratulating Dr. Harrison Hines (Duke ’12) on being named one of the 2022-2023 White House Fellows. As a Fellow, Harrison will be placed at the White…

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Remembering Julian Robertson

To Our Community and Friends:  Yesterday, we learned the sad news of the passing of Julian Roberson, our Program’s founder and benefactor. To say the loss is profound, is an…

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Stepping into Power: New Orleans 2022

“I spent two hours with a client, helping her pick out a suit for an interview. She came out of the dressing room with the biggest smile and then started…

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Being of the Community: A Mindset & Practice

“We have a Delta diaspora that reaches beyond the borders of the Mississippi Delta into other parts of the country and into other parts of the world. The Robertson Scholars…

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“In Small Towns Anything is Possible”

“In small towns anything is possible,” shares Danica Bajaj. For one group of Robertson Scholars, Tarboro has become a place of possibility and education during Community Summer.


Whitesburg, KY: Community Beyond Community Summer

“When I told my friends back home in San Jose that I would be spending my summer in Kentucky, I got some mixed reactions,” shared Andrew Sun (Duke ’25). “I…

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Journalism, Law, and Writing the Next Great YA Novel

Cameron Beach (Duke ‘20) has loved writing for as long as she can remember. “I’m a big journal-er and notes-app writer-down-of-thoughts and such. I’ve always wanted to write a book,…

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Announcing the Class of 2026

The Robertson Scholars Leadership Program is thrilled to welcome thirty-six incoming first-year students and one student who participated in a Global Gap Year to the Class of 2026 Scholars, the…

Army senior leaders join policy contributors from across the force to sign the Parenthood, Pregnancy and Postpartum Army directive on April 19, 2022 at the Pentagon. Pictured from left to right first row: Gabriel Camarillo, Undersecretary of the Army; Lt. Col Kelly Bell; Maj. Sam Winkler; Christine E. Wormuth, Secretary of the Army; Staff Sgt. Nicole Pierce; Amy Kramer. Second row from left to right: Lt. Gen. Gary Brito, Army G-1; Gen. Joseph M. Martin, vice chief of staff of the Army; Command Sgt. Maj. Michael Grinston, sergeant major of the Army. (Staff Sgt. Tae Harrison)

Amy Kramer (Duke ’18) Pens Transformational Army Policy

Robertson alumna Amy Kramer (Duke ’18) is committed to increasing support for nearly 400,000 families in the U.S. Army. Last week her work became an official directive signed by the…