Twenty years after the first Scholars class entered the Program, our alumni community now includes over 450 Scholars. These individuals are leaders all over the word, living out the values of the Robertson Program as teachers, bankers, doctors, poets, lawyers, consultants, scientists, researchers, and entrepreneurs. They remain a vibrant and committed group of individuals who make significant contributions to the communities around them.

What Does the Robertson Scholars Leadership Program mean to you?

Beza Gebremariam

Beza Gebremariam

Campus: Duke
Hometown: Aurora, CO
High School: Overland High School

While other kids bond with their parents by going to the movies and playing board games, my mother and I bond by watching BBC and CNN. Through this I developed a love for politics and a fascination with different cultures. I will be studying Public Policy with the goal of pursuing a career in global affairs. I’d like to pursue a second major, possibly in Economics or a language, but I’m keeping my options open for new academic interests that may appear. Community service is something that has always been important to me and I am excited to find ways to serve my new community in Durham. I hope to combine my love of culture and community service by becoming a Peace Corps volunteer after I graduate. Being from Colorado, I have a passion for hiking though I'm excited to leave the mountains for the beach!

What drew you to the Robertson Program? I love the freedom of the program. Whatever I want to accomplish the Robertson will help me reach that goal. They help me figure out how I want to help others in the future. The Robertson not only gives me freedom, but it also challenges me. The experiences in the program, like the campus switch and the summer opportunities, put me out of my comfort zone which ultimately helps me grow as a person.

Cameron Beach

Cameron Beach

Campus: Duke
Hometown: Glenview, IL
High School: Glenbrook South High School

Academic Interests: Documentary studies, women's rights, criminal justice, African and African American studies, political economy, service-learning, international conflict studies.

Extracurriculars/Hobbies: Duke Mock Trial, Durham Giving Project instructor, Chronicle op-ed columnist, Duke Women on the Ballot co-founder, Community Empowerment Fund advocate

Background: As the eldest sibling to a very young sister, I've always been interested in the way young girls' education impact future women's lives-- I've seen my sister grow from a toddler to a fourth grader, and the interactions she's had with her school, her peers and her community has shaped the way she views herself. We're only a decade apart in age, yet she's grown up in a time when young girls are being supported and pushed even more than I was-- I see the ways different programs in her school, her sports teams and even the language we use around her has affected her self-confidence and her view of the future in ways I know I didn't experience as a young girl. Throughout my four years at Duke and beyond, I'm interested in exploring the ways women from different communities interact with their political systems, their schools and their families; I hope to create documentary projects linking different groups of women in different areas to one another through these interactions, and I hope to eventually go to law school and practice in a field related to women's rights or minority rights in America.

What drew you to the Robertson Program?

The people. That is, I'd guess, the answer of many Robertson scholars, and the reason it's so ubiquitous is simple: the Robertson Program draws a diverse, driven and bold group of people together, and there is nothing more inspiring than to be surrounded by passion. Although the interests of scholars range from engineering to anthropology, the community is knit together by the intrinsic excitement and energy that we share-- watching other people relentlessly push themselves to do better keeps me motivated and empowered to do better myself.

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David Spratte

Graduation Year: 2017
Campus: UNC

 

What Does the Robertson Scholars Leadership Program mean to you?

The Robertson and the incredibly tight knit, supportive, and collaborative community that it fosters, is the reason that I found my passion in life and had the opportunity to pursue it after graduation. Carpe - my startup that I co-founded with a Duke Robertson - exists because of the scholarship and the community and resources that it provided. With the program's growth and expansion over the past several years, I can't even begin to imagine the opportunities that exist through the Robertson Scholarship today.

Christina Boghosian

Christina Boghosian

Campus: Duke
Hometown: Beverly Hills, CA
High School: Marlborough School

Growing up in Southern California, I have loved playing tennis since I was four years old. I really appreciate learning new tennis techniques and am fascinated by the very particular strategies necessary to be successful at the sport. Although while growing up, I typically considered tennis to be an individual sport, joining my middle school and then high school Varsity teams debunked that notion completely. Through teamwork and perseverance our team was able to work together to win matches and team championships. We understood the importance of collaboration in maximizing our success. Beyond tennis - inspired by a Global Studies class that I took five years ago - I have sought to learn about various human rights violations, focusing specifically on the injustices that women and girls face worldwide, and, in particular, the lack of girls’ education in many developing countries.  After forming a club affiliated with the global non-profit Room to Read, which has helped over 10 million children obtain equal access to quality education, I decided to join forces with other related clubs on campus to form one umbrella organization called Girls Go Global that empowers girls and raises awareness and funds for our three partner organizations: Room to Read, GirlUp, and Girls Learn International.

Wanting to directly understand education in other countries, I also volunteered in schools in Tanzania for three summers, where teaching the students, interacting with the people, and seeing firsthand the lives of those living in Tanzania significantly broadened my perspective and formed the basis of my research project on girls’ access to education in Tanzania.  My passion for women’s advancement and leadership was also further solidified over the past two years when I participated as a student delegate in the UN’s Commission on the Status of Women.  All of these experiences, combined with my work as a reporter for my school newspaper, gave me an outlet to explore a variety of global issues and to work with peers to identify and advocate for issues that affect women and girls worldwide. As a result of my interests and experiences, my academic goals are to pursue subjects related to public policy, international studies and business, and social entrepreneurship in order to further my understanding of global issues and their potential solutions.

What drew you to the Robertson Program?When I first learned about the Robertson Scholars Leadership Program, I was instantly drawn to the program’s unique emphasis on leadership and service. I knew that an investment from the Robertson Program in my leadership development would be a life-changing opportunity that would allow me to further expand my worldview, achieve my goals, and have a greater impact on my broader community. My past summer experiences also drew me to the exceptional summer opportunities that the Robertson Program allows their scholars to take part in.

In addition, having access to both Duke and UNC’s immense resources was appealing to me since each school has impressive and distinct classes and professors that would offer me a well-rounded, comprehensive education. What really solidified my immense desire to become a Robertson Scholar, however, was Finalist Weekend when I met the incredible, talented, and sincere Robertson community. After that weekend, I knew that I wanted to study, work, and grow alongside this outstanding group of people. I am so grateful for the opportunity to be a Robertson Scholar because I know that the next four years will challenge me academically, force me out of my comfort zone, and prepare me to go out into the world equipped to make meaningful contributions to the global community.

Annie Dempsey

Annie Dempsey

Campus: UNC
Hometown: Kennesaw, GA
High School: Blessed Trinity Catholic High School

I was always the little kid who loved to help others. I knew I was destined to serve, but did not know how until my freshman year of high school when I became the State Director of Georgia Miss Amazing, a non-profit organization that provides opportunities for women with disabilities to build confidence and self-esteem. After wanting to volunteer for the Miss Amazing Pageant, I found out that the organization did not exist in my home state of Georgia. So what did my fourteen-year-old self do? Convince my parents to let me take on the responsibility of starting the 501c3 program as director, of course! My passion for Miss Amazing stems from the desire to provide girls with disabilities the same opportunities that I once took for granted. Although serving as a Miss Amazing State Director for four years has taught me countless lessons in business, team leadership, and time management, the greatest lessons have come from the incredible women of Miss Amazing who inspire me everyday to be the best version of myself. I hope to continue to play a role in disability advocacy and policy while also studying the business side of non-profits at UNC.

I have also enjoyed playing volleyball for seven years, contributing to student government, and volunteering as staff at Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership for high school sophomores. At UNC and Duke, I plan on exploring the ways I can incorporate business into making a concrete difference in the lives of others.

What drew you to the Robertson Program? Before I arrived at Robertson Finalist Weekend, two separate Robertson scholars had already called me telling me how they were excited that I was coming to campus. The Robertson is not just a scholarship, and not even just a leadership program. It is a genuine family that strives to offer the right tools for scholars to truly change their communities. There is no other program in the world that will allow me to explore the world to such great lengths and experience the academics and camaraderie of two incredible universities. The Robertson Program pushes me beyond my comfort zone, and I am honored to form my undergraduate experiences within it.

Peter Andringa

Peter Andringa

Campus: UNC
Hometown: Vienna, VA
High School: Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology

I’ve always been fascinated by the way technology crosses paths with so many other fields — from biology or computer science to sociology, the advent of computers and the internet have revolutionized so many parts of our world. I enjoy the details of coding and implementation, but I’m even more interested in the big-picture effects of technology on our work, relationships, and daily lives. At UNC I plan on studying these intersections of technology, learning in different subjects as much as possible.

I’m also very passionate about promoting education and diversity in technology, working with my school’s club for diversity in CS, the “Coding Lady Colonials.” With their support I started and ran my school’s hackathon, HackTJ, where students learn to code and work in teams to build their own apps or websites. I believe everyone should learn at least the basics of computer science, because code increasingly powers almost all of the world around us.

In my free time you’ll find me at my piano or on the golf course, but when I can get away from the DC area I love both skiing and sailing. I’m thrilled to join the Robertson community at UNC, and explore the huge number of opportunities on both world-class campuses.

What drew you to the Robertson Program? During finalist weekend, I realized that, out of all the benefits of the Robertson, the most valuable part was the community. Coming from a science and tech magnet school, I’ve spent the last four years surrounded by incredibly smart and talented peers, in a tight-knit community that pushes me to succeed. When I arrived on campus for Finalist Weekend, I instantly saw a similar spirit among the current scholars and the other finalists: everyone was passionate, motivated, and bright, yet with a huge diversity of interest and experience. As I got to know many of them, I also realized that they were incredibly friendly and humble. Even though we were there to interview for the same spots, it didn’t feel like a competition — we were all rooting for each other to succeed. Afterwards, I realized it was just a taste of how the Robertson community will be a closely knit family over the next four years and beyond.

Alumni John Harris Edited

John Harris

What Does the Robertson Scholars Leadership Program mean to you?

The Robertson Scholars Leadership Program literally changed my life. It introduced me to a community of inspiring individuals, funded experiences that pushed my boundaries and fostered deep personal growth, and, best of all, constantly encouraged me to reflect on how I could use this incredible investment to be a force for good in the world.

Stephen Buys

Stephen Buys

Campus: UNC
Hometown: Asheville, NC
High School: Asheville High School

In elementary school, I struggled to read even the simplest words. That, coupled with my mild stutter and major shyness, made it difficult for me to to enjoy anything that required reading, writing, or speaking. Eleven years and many incredible teachers later, I’m double-majoring in public policy and journalism, with a hopeful minor in creative writing. Today, if I had to put a face on the person I wanted to be, I’d say Sam Seaborn, the speechwriter on The West Wing.

And while I’ve grown to love writing, it’s the public school teachers who got me there, the public libraries that have kept me going, and the parents whose salaries came from public taxes that I’m most thankful for. At UNC, I’ve tried to pay a small part of that investment back with Student Government and the Community Empowerment Fund, a nonprofit dedicated to helping people make lasting transitions out of poverty.

Outside of those interests and extracurriculars, I enjoy soccer and basketball, try to go hiking when I’m home in Asheville, and am currently struggling to learn the banjo.

What drew you to the Robertson Program?

As a scholar who applied while already a UNC first-year student, my introduction to the program started with a friend knocking on my door at 2 a.m. the night before winter break and asking me if I’d heard about this weird scholarship that let freshmen apply. Although I hadn’t heard of it before then, my googling turned up things like the Exploration Summer and the semester on Duke’s campus, and I saw that the Robertson Program presented an opportunity to go far outside the traditional college experience.

Beyond the Robertson programming, however, I believe that the community here is invaluable. I’m not the first to say that, and I certainly won’t be the last, but it’s impossible not to remark on how being among such a talented, driven, passionate group of people can improve and expand your horizons, even considering what such excellent universities already offer.

Tom Wanty

Thomas Wanty

Campus: Duke
Hometown: London, England
High School: St. Paul's School

Academic Interests:  Economics major (Finance concentration)

Extracurriculars / Hobbies: My extracurricular activities include Campus Enterprises, Community Empowerment Fund, Club Soccer and Delta Sigma Phi. I also love talking about English football, movies and philosophy.

What drew you to the Robertson Program? Being able to reap the benefits of two outstanding universities is something that can’t be reached by any other means. It allows me to take classes, meet new people and take advantage of all the activities offered by both Duke and UNC. The summer opportunities provide me with a unique chance to push my limits of comfort and to experience new places around the world. The Robertson Program creates a group of like-minded individuals that really want to make a difference and the emphasis put on the cultivation of leadership is one that will prepare me well for post-university life. 

How has your experience with the Robertson Program shaped your goals and career path? The Robertson Program constantly strives to push you out of your comfort zone, be it in the Rethink classroom, studying at the sister campus, or through a summer experience. It doesn't let you narrow down your interests and experiences, but instead encourage you to explore possible paths that you had never even thought of. The Robertson network is filled with highly impressive individuals that are more than happy to mentor you, or even sit down for a coffee to talk about a similar interest. Through this combination of summer opportunities and Robertson mentorship, I was able to work for Habitat for Humanity in New Orleans during my freshman summer and at Indochina Capital in Vietnam my sophomore summer, so I look forward to seeing what the next year brings!

Favorite Robertson moment: My favorite Robertson moment was the NOLS retreat we did before going into freshman year. It gave us the opportunity to meet thirty other extremely interested and talented individuals in an environment which nurtured fun and friendship through outdoor experiences. I will always remember the experience as the first time I realised the true value of the Robertson Program: the people that it consists of.

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Emily Kian

Campus: UNC
Hometown: Boca Raton, FL
High School: North Broward Preparatory School

As a native Floridian, I've spent my life surrounded by the sea. I became conscious of conservation ideals at a very young age, and my commitment to them has only flourished as I have grown older. During high school, I explored marine conservation and environmentalism in a number of ways. I began interning for a research ecologist in tenth grade, and under her guidance conducted my own research on the body condition of green turtles living in the Everglades and the effect of Fibropapillomatosis on body condition index values. I volunteered for several years at Gumbo Limbo Nature Center, where I learned more about marine conservation while also educating visitors about my research and local marine organisms. As co-president of our school's Ecology Club, I helped implement our members' passion for conservation by planning beach clean ups, invasive species clearings, and other fun events. I also gained invaluable research experience by spending two summers in the British Virgin Islands tagging sea turtles, collecting data, and earning six SCUBA certifications. Preserving the long term viability of the environment is extremely important to me because it is where I feel most at home and also where I hope to find my future career in marine sciences and public policy.

As for my land-based interests, I was an active member of my school's fine arts community. Some of my favorite memories were made in the band room and on the theater stage. I also enjoyed writing for and co-editing our school's online publication, Brainwash. Community involvement is another enduring passion. As vice-president and then president of our Key Club, I created Costume Connection to collect Halloween costumes for children who couldn't afford them. At UNC and beyond, I hope to fight social and economic injustice, especially on behalf of migrants, refugees, and other minority groups. I plan to be a force for change through volunteering, activism, and non-profit work. As a second generation American of multiple ethnicities, I am extremely interested in learning about different backgrounds and helping those who face hardships and discrimination simply because of their differences in culture and heritage.

At UNC, I look forward to getting involved with the Campus Y, the Daily Tar Heel, the Carolina Outdoor Education Center, and the many other opportunities I know I will discover!

What drew you to the Robertson Program? When I first learned about the Robertson Program, I instantly fell in love. It was one-of-a-kind, unlike any other scholarship or leadership program I had ever heard of. The program's emphasis on leadership and helping to better our community was immediately evident. The three AMAZING summer experiences, which encourage us to broaden our horizons, explore our passions, and make lasting impacts in our community, are the perfect combination of service, discovery, and career preparation. Above all, after spending Finalist Weekend with other Robertson finalists, current scholars, alumni, and staff members, I knew this was EXACTLY the community in which I wanted to spend the next four years. The Robertson community is filled with kind, loving people who all share the common ideal of changing our community for the better. The people are really what I love most about this program.

Alumni by Class

Click on the class years below to view a complete list of Robertson Alumni graduates from each class.

2005
  • Melissa Anderson - UNC 2005
  • Robert Beasley - UNC 2005
  • Rebecca Dann - Duke 2005
  • Randall Drain - Duke 2005
  • Samantha Fernandez Keys - UNC 2005
  • Blair Goldstein Beasley - UNC 2005
  • Maital Guttman - Duke 2005
  • Jennifer Hasvold - Duke 2005
  • Rachel Heath - Duke 2005
  • Anna Hoffius - Duke 2005
  • Milouska Hoppenbrouwer - Duke 2005
  • Heavenly Johnson - UNC 2005
  • Michaela Kerrissey - Duke 2005
  • Kavitha Kolappa - UNC 2005
  • Tyler McCormick - Duke 2005
  • Rebecca O'Doherty - UNC 2005
  • Christopher Paul - Duke 2005
  • Brittain Peck - UNC 2005
  • Sarah Pickle - UNC 2005
  • Johanna Rankin - UNC 2005
  • Crystal Sanders - Duke 2005
  • Christopher Scoville - Duke 2005
  • Elisabeth Stratton - UNC 2005
  • Ann Webb - UNC 2005
  • Colleen Webb - Duke 2005
  • Pauline Wong - Duke 2005
2006
  • Charles Adams - UNC 2006
  • Youngji Bae - Duke 2006
  • Andrew Chao - Duke 2006
  • Lauren Chapalee - UNC 2006
  • Rebecca Chasnovitz - UNC 2006
  • Ian Faerstein - Duke 2006
  • Jared Fish - Duke 2006
  • Olivia Fu - Duke 2006
  • Kimberly Hayez - Duke 2006
  • Marina Kukso - Duke 2006
  • Paula Kweskin - UNC 2006
  • Mark Laabs - UNC 2006
  • Lindsey Luebchow - Duke 2006
  • Pema McGuinness - Duke 2006
  • Abigail Michaud - UNC 2006
  • Dinushika Mohottige - Duke 2006
  • Matthew Mullane - UNC 2006
  • Charlie Odom - UNC 2006
  • Seema Parkash - Duke 2006
  • Daniel Potucek - Duke 2006
  • Paul Sarker - Duke 2006
  • Nicholas Shepard - UNC 2006
  • Timothy Stallmann - UNC 2006
  • Caitlin Steiger - UNC 2006
  • Melissa Thompson - Duke 2006
  • Jan-Willem van der Vaart - UNC 2006
  • Dalia Wimberly - UNC 2006
  • Adam Yoffie - Duke 2006
  • Yaolin Zhou - Duke 2006
  • Mary Zimmerman Armstrong - UNC 2006
2007
  • Priscilla Baek - Duke 2007
  • Lauren Berkowitz - UNC 2007
  • Emmie Chen - UNC 2007
  • Aminah Cherry - Duke 2007
  • Nirmala Chilamkurti - Duke 2007
  • Meenakshi Chivukula - Duke 2007
  • Victoria Daskalova - Duke 2007
  • Amber Dunn - UNC 2007
  • Dimia Fogam - UNC 2007
  • Lauren Fryer Lewis - Duke 2007
  • Kelly Geoghegan - UNC 2007
  • Christopher Glazner - UNC 2007
  • Michael Hachey - UNC 2007
  • Sara Hohenstein - UNC 2007
  • Christopher Keuler - UNC 2007
  • Daniel Kimberg - Duke 2007
  • Carly Knight - Duke 2007
  • William Krueger - UNC 2007
  • Jordan Kyle Cohen - Duke 2007
  • Sorell Massenburg - UNC 2007
  • Boris Nikolic - Duke 2007
  • Timothy Reilly - UNC 2007
  • Catarina Rivera - Duke 2007
  • Sarah Rutstein - Duke 2007
  • Kate Scott - UNC 2007
  • Naike Swai - Duke 2007
  • Van Tran - UNC 2007
  • Madeline Walter - UNC 2007
  • Emily Williams - UNC 2007
  • Daniel Willner - UNC 2007
  • Eli Wolfe - Duke 2007
2008
  • Shemane Amin - Duke 2008
  • David Beard - UNC 2008
  • Katherine Bishop - UNC 2008
  • Jessica Carter - UNC 2008
  • Andrew Cunningham - Duke 2008
  • Andrew Davis - UNC 2008
  • Carson Denny - Duke 2008
  • Lena Eastin - UNC 2008
  • Leisha Elmore - Duke 2008
  • David Fiocco - Duke 2008
  • Christopher Hopper - Duke 2008
  • Christopher Kearns - UNC 2008
  • Rachael Massell - Duke 2008
  • Cooper McGuire - UNC 2008
  • David Morgenstern - Duke 2008
  • Tanisha Palvia - UNC 2008
  • James Richman - Duke 2008
  • Jacobus Schutte - UNC 2008
  • Alexander Snider - UNC 2008
  • Scott Spillman - UNC 2008
  • Kelly Stephenson - Duke 2008
  • Evan Stewart - Duke 2008
  • Michael Thomson - Duke 2008
  • Hudson Vaughan - UNC 2008
  • Anthony Watkins - UNC 2008
  • Caroline Whistler - Duke 2008
  • Elizabeth Woltz - UNC 2008
  • Alice Zimmermann - Duke 2008
2009
  • Thomas Allin - UNC 2009
  • Nicholas Anderson - UNC 2009
  • Susie Baker - UNC 2009
  • Aja Barretto - UNC 2009
  • Annalee Bloomfield - UNC 2009
  • Vivek Chilukuri - UNC 2009
  • Pablo Friedmann - UNC 2009
  • Varun Gokarn - Duke 2009
  • Chamindra Goonewardene - Duke 2009
  • Lauren Graham - Duke 2009
  • Daniel Hall - UNC 2009
  • Matthew Hameroff - Duke 2009
  • Antonia Helbling - Duke 2009
  • Kristin Hill - UNC 2009
  • Daniel Houghton - Duke 2009
  • Kevin Hwang - Duke 2009
  • Chetan Jhaveri - Duke 2009
  • David Kreis - UNC 2009
  • Lily Kurland - UNC 2009
  • Samson Mesele - Duke 2009
  • Daniel Miller - Duke 2009
  • Gabriella Miyares - UNC 2009
  • Rachel Northeim - Duke 2009
  • Kiley Robbins - UNC 2009
  • Kelsey Schueler - UNC 2009
  • David Sneed - UNC 2009
  • Robert Stephens - UNC 2009
  • John Wulsin - UNC 2009
  • Aaron Yorke - UNC 2009
  •  
2010
  • Yousef AbuGharbieh - Duke 2010
  • Michael Althoff - UNC 2010
  • Eric Anderson - UNC 2010
  • Lisa Bevilacqua - Duke 2010
  • Anjali Bhatia - Duke 2010
  • David Brunell - Duke 2010
  • Michael Chomat - UNC 2010
  • Kassandra Collins - UNC 2010
  • Debra Dixon - UNC 2010
  • Stefanie Feldman - Duke 2010
  • Faraaz Khan - UNC 2010
  • Ashley Klein - UNC 2010
  • Nabil Kleinhenz - UNC 2010
  • Nandini Kumar - Duke 2010
  • Desire? LaGrappe - UNC 2010
  • Joseph Long - UNC 2010
  • Emily Matthews - Duke 2010
  • Andrew Pickens - Duke 2010
  • Margaret Salinger - UNC 2010
  • Anthony Sawyer - UNC 2010
  • Norman Seay - Duke 2010
  • Daron Sharps - UNC 2010
  • Jacqueline Sims - Duke 2010
  • Lena Skandera - Duke 2010
  • Julia Straka - Duke 2010
  • Christopher Straka - Duke 2010
  • Meghan Williams - UNC 2010
  • Jaron Wilson - UNC 2010
  • Bernard Worthy - UNC 2010
  • Amy Zhang - UNC 2010
  • Andrew Zonderman - Duke 2010
2011
  • Rebecca Agostino - Duke 2011
  • Ryan Brown - Duke 2011
  • Nicholas Bruns - Duke 2011
  • Christopher Clayman - UNC 2011
  • Meryl Colton - Duke 2011
  • Kathryn Cox - Duke 2011
  • Natalie Crimp - Duke 2011
  • Elizabeth Deane - UNC 2011
  • Alexis Dennis - UNC 2011
  • Christopher Edelman - Duke 2011
  • Allison Hayes Shulman - UNC 2011
  • Paul Hiatt - UNC 2011
  • Andrew Hollar - Duke 2011
  • Alexander Janes - UNC 2011
  • Amanda Johnson - UNC 2011
  • Alexander Kilkka - UNC 2011
  • Joy Lampkin - Duke 2011
  • Harrison Lee - Duke 2011
  • Kyeongho Lee - Duke 2011
  • Robyn Levine - UNC 2011
  • Lauren Linn (Strickland) - Duke 2011
  • Marc Loeffke - Duke 2011
  • Leah Milbauer - Duke 2011
  • Carissa Mueller - Duke 2011
  • Matthew Price - UNC 2011
  • Charles Sellew - UNC 2011
  • Nikhil Taneja - Duke 2011
  • Timothy Thomson - Duke 2011
  • Sofia Wilson - UNC 2011
2012
  • Jess Adams - UNC 2012
  • Tess Arrowood - UNC 2012
  • Kenneth Barshop - UNC 2012
  • Michael Bernert - Duke 2012
  • Eric Butter - UNC 2012
  • Taylor Clarke - Duke 2012
  • Matthew Clayton - Duke 2012
  • Lina Colucci - Duke 2012
  • Erin Convery - Duke 2012
  • Stella Dee - Duke 2012
  • Jiakun Ding - UNC 2012
  • Benjamin Elkind - UNC 2012
  • Nari Ely - UNC 2012
  • Joshua Evans - Duke 2012
  • Caroline Fairchild - Duke 2012
  • Kimberley Goffe - Duke 2012
  • Kenneth Haisfield - UNC 2012
  • John Harris - UNC 2012
  • Hilary Henry - Duke 2012
  • Harrison Hines - Duke 2012
  • Alison Kibbe - Duke 2012
  • Spencer Kuzmier - UNC 2012
  • Mitchell Long - UNC 2012
  • Amir Chireh Mehr - Duke 2012
  • Emma Miller - Duke 2012
  • Megan Morikawa - Duke 2012
  • David Mulcahy - UNC 2012
  • Jennifer Paxton - UNC 2012
  • Braveen Ragunanthan - Duke 2012
  • Brent Sodman - Duke 2012
  • Austin Stanion - UNC 2012
  • Andrew Sugrue - UNC 2012
  • Zachary Tracer - Duke 2012
  • Margo Werner - Duke 2012
  • Caitlin Williams - UNC 2012
  • Oliver Wilson - Duke 2012
  • Nina Woolley - Duke 2012
  • Jung-yi Yoo - UNC 2012
  • Cameron Zohoori - Duke 2012
  • Jennifer Zwilling - Duke 2012
  •  
2013
  • Thomas Atwood - Duke 2013
  • Benjamin Barge - UNC 2013
  • Victoria Bennett - UNC 2013
  • Ryan Boone - Duke 2013
  • Jessica Broadus - UNC 2013
  • Jared Ciervo - UNC 2013
  • Travis Crayton - UNC 2013
  • Hunter Douglas - Duke 2013
  • Dylan Flye - Duke 2013
  • Ivanna Gonzalez - UNC 2013
  • Joseph Holthaus - UNC 2013
  • Antonio Jackson - UNC 2013
  • Jeremy Knight - UNC 2013
  • Christine Larson - Duke 2013
  • Jacob Lerner - UNC 2013
  • Elizabeth Lynch - UNC 2013
  • Omar Nazzal - Duke 2013
  • Caitlin Nettleton - UNC 2013
  • Jagir Patel - UNC 2013
  • Yesenia Pedro Vicente - UNC 2013
  • Alec Rubenstein - UNC 2013
  • Claire Sorrenson - Duke 2013
  • Jocelyn Streid - Duke 2013
  • Alpha Tessema - Duke 2013
  • Alexis Wallace - Duke 2013
  • Victoria Wilmarth - Duke 2013
  • Lauren Winston - UNC 2013
  • Kelsey Woodford - Duke 2013
  • Joyce Yu - Duke 2013
2014
  • Alexander Belokopytov - UNC 2014
  • Fabio Berger - Duke 2014
  • Alexander Bloedel - Duke 2014
  • Jakob Blomqvist - Duke 2014
  • Margaret Brown - UNC 2014
  • Abigail DelBianco - Duke 2014
  • Dagbedji Fagnisse - Duke 2014
  • Erika Ferguson - UNC 2014
  • Kaitlin Gladney - Duke 2014
  • John Guzek - UNC 2014
  • Samantha Halle - UNC 2014
  • Andrew Hanna - Duke 2014
  • Ajeet Hansra - Duke 2014
  • Edward Hardison - UNC 2014
  • Anne Helbling - Duke 2014
  • Eli Hornstein - UNC 2014
  • Jordan Imbrey - UNC 2014
  • Soroush Jamali Pour - Duke 2014
  • Erika Keil - UNC 2014
  • Joyce Lau - Duke 2014
  • Aaron Lutkowitz - UNC 2014
  • Paula Munoz - UNC 2014
  • Blake O'Connor - UNC 2014
  • Wilson Orr - UNC 2014
  • Thomas Pendlebury - UNC 2014
  • Jacob Robinson - Duke 2014
  • Stefanie Schwemlein - UNC 2014
  • Robert Sewell - UNC 2014
  • Caitilin Slattery - Duke 2014
  • Daniel Strunk - Duke 2014
  • Colin Ward - UNC 2014
  • Katherine Zhang - Duke 2014
  • Angela Zhou - Duke 2014
  • Alex Zhu - Duke 2014
  • Zachary Zlatev - UNC 2014
  •  
2015
  • Ademide Adelekun - UNC 2015
  • Elisa Berson - Duke 2015
  • Scott Boisvert - Duke 2015
  • Julian Borrey - Duke 2015
  • John Bowman - Duke 2015
  • Oren Bukspan - Duke 2015
  • James Collier - UNC 2015
  • Brenna Cukier - UNC 2015
  • Spencer Dahl - Duke 2015
  • Emelyn Erickson - Duke 2015
  • Kristen Fajgenbaum - UNC 2015
  • Jillian Froelick - UNC 2015
  • Benjamin Hatt - Duke 2015
  • Minhazul Islam - Duke 2015
  • Katie Jordan - UNC 2015
  • Woojin Kim - Duke 2015
  • Caroline Leland - UNC 2015
  • Paige Muggeridge - Duke 2015
  • Minali Nigam - Duke 2015
  • Gift Nyikayaramba - Duke 2015
  • Anthony Olawo - Duke 2015
  • Oluwatobi Runsewe - Duke 2015
  • Sarah Rutherford - UNC 2015
  • Loren Shealy - UNC 2015
  • Jefferson Sinclair - UNC 2015
  • Lydia Thurman - Duke 2015
2016
  • Oladimeji Abidoye - Duke 2016
  • Rachel Anderson - Duke 2016
  • Anne Baldridge - UNC 2016
  • James Band - Duke 2016
  • Joseph Calder - UNC 2016
  • Thomas Cole - Duke 2016
  • Jamal Edwards - Duke 2016
  • Nadine Goldberg - Duke 2016
  • Pranav Haravu - UNC 2016
  • Alexander Hatzis - UNC 2016
  • Fedor Kossakovski - UNC 2016
  • Joanna Kuang - Duke 2016
  • Abdul Latif - Duke 2016
  • Daniel Lim - Duke 2016
  • Evan Lumbra - UNC 2016
  • Sowmya Mangipudi - UNC 2016
  • Tafadzwa Matika - UNC 2016
  • Mehul Mehta - Duke 2016
  • Grace Oathout - Duke 2016
  • Nicholas Orr - Duke 2016
  • Thomas Prebble - Duke 2016
  • Jacob Rosenberg - UNC 2016
  • Sophia Sennett - Duke 2016
  • James Smith - UNC 2016
  • Devin Solanki - Duke 2016
  • Michael Yang - Duke 2016
2017
  • Graham Adeson - Duke 2017
  • Chinyere Amanze - Duke 2017
  • Sebastian Baquerizo - Duke 2017
  • Brent Comstock - UNC 2017
  • Brooke Davies - UNC 2017
  • Rachel Freedman - Duke 2017
  • Abigail Gay - UNC 2017
  • Virginia Hamilton - UNC 2017
  • Kassra Homaifar - UNC 2017
  • Shafali Jalota - UNC 2017
  • Frank Jiang - UNC 2017
  • Nicolas Johnston - Duke 2017
  • Kasper Kubica - Duke 2017
  • Monique LaBorde - UNC 2017
  • Jaclyn Lee - UNC 2017
  • Tierney Marey - Duke 2017
  • Charlotte McKay - Duke 2017
  • Anna Mukamal - Duke 2017
  • Jacob Olliffe - UNC 2017
  • Oluwasanmi Oyenuga - Duke 2017
  • Sumeet Patwardhan - UNC 2017
  • Arjun Raghavan - UNC 2017
  • Christina Schmidt - Duke 2017
  • David Spratte - UNC 2017
  • Sofia Stafford - Duke 2017
  • Nathaniel Wagner - UNC 2017
  • Elizabeth Wilson - Duke 2017
  • Maimuna Abdi Yussuf - Duke 2017
  • Griffin Unger - UNC 2017
2018
  • Maire Amlicke - UNC 2018
  • Persis Bhadha - UNC 2018
  • Mark Botterill - Duke 2018
  • Benjamin Boyd - UNC 2018
  • Claire Boyd - UNC 2018
  • Henrik Cox - Duke 2018
  • Mark Dawson - UNC 2018
  • Andre Domingues - UNC 2018
  • Maya Durvasula - Duke 2018
  • Diandra Dwyer - UNC 2018
  • Emily Goldstein - UNC 2018
  • Alexandra Hehlen - UNC 2018
  • Philip Howard - UNC 2018
  • Samuel Kelly - Duke 2018
  • Matthew King - Duke 2018
  • Amy Kramer - Duke 2018
  • Olivia Linn - UNC 2018
  • Sydney McAuliffe - Duke 2018
  • McNair Mitchener - UNC 2018
  • Michelle Moffa - Duke 2018
  • Philip Moss - Duke 2018
  • Ian Muriuki - UNC 2018
  • Rimel Mwamba - UNC 2018
  • Joshua Neuhaus - Duke 2018
  • Ogechi Onyeka - Duke 2018
  • Chinmay Pandit - Duke 2018
  • Chandler Phillips - Duke 2018
  • Eric Qian - UNC 2018
  • Caitlin Rosica - UNC 2018
  • Miriam Singer - Duke 2018
  • Jackson Skeen - Duke 2018
  • Kya Sorli - Duke 2018
  • Andrew Tan-Delli Cicchi - Duke 2018
  • Griffin Unger - UNC 2018
  • Elizabeth Zhao - Duke 2018
2019
  • Sreya Atluri - UNC 2019
  • Catalina Berenblum - UNC 2019
  • Lucy Best - UNC 2019
  • Chaya Bhat - Duke 2019
  • Jermaine Bryant - UNC 2019
  • Forest Cummings - Taylor - Duke 2019
  • George Elliott - Duke 2019
  • Harold Elworthy - Duke 2019
  • Scott Emmons - UNC 2019
  • Kyra Exterovich-Rubin - UNC 2019
  • Henry Feng - Duke 2019
  • Brady Gilliam - UNC 2019
  • Hannah Godefa - Duke 2019
  • Wilson Guo - UNC 2019
  • Eliza Harrison - UNC 2019
  • Ian Jaffe - Duke 2019
  • Kalif Jeremiah - Duke 2019
  • Erica Johnson - UNC 2019
  • Mia King - Duke 2019
  • Brennan Lewis - UNC 2019
  • Noah Mancuso - UNC 2019
  • Rachael Murtagh - Duke 2019
  • Ray Pryor - Duke 2019
  • Vishnu Ramachandran - UNC 2019
  • Elina Rodriguez - UNC 2019
  • Rohan Sheth - Duke 2019
  • Myla Swallow - Duke 2019
  • Kat Tan - UNC 2019
  • Daya Uppal - UNC 2019
  • Trey Walk - Duke 2019
  • Elle Winfield - Duke 2019