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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Thirty 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.
The Robertson Scholars Leadership Program’s financial benefits include full tuition, room 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 2019. The students were chosen from a pool of about 200 candidates from both universities based on …Read More > >
From The Duke Chronicle
Christopher Paul was selected as Duke’s next graduate Young Trustee last Tuesday.
Paul was chosen through a parliamentary selection composed of more than 150 student-voted representatives in which every graduate school was represented at last week’s …Read More > >
From The Duke Chronicle
Senior Jamal Edwards was elected undergraduate Young Trustee Wednesday.
Edwards won the election with 2,302 votes, senior Max Schreiber came in …Read More > >
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 …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 > >