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?

Aakash Thumaty

Aakash Thumaty

Campus: UNC
Hometown: Saratoga, CA
High School: Saratoga High School

Programming has meant a lot to me, throughout much of my life and especially in high school. Not because writing algorithms is my sacred calling or because finding software bugs gives me a dopamine rush. Programming, to me, has always meant building important things for other people to use. It’s as simple as that and yet in this simplicity there is no ceiling, no limitation.

Each app that I build provides a valuable service for its users. Throughout high school I have viewed programming as a way for me to help people in my community and outside of it, and the ultimate goal with every app I make or website I publish is to have users that are happy and satisfied with the product. As a creator, I’m constantly looking to fill a need with an effective solution.

Although I've enjoyed programming, I don't know that I can say I know exactly what I want to do with my life. I know that I am happy when I create something that is useful but I don't know if becoming a software engineer is my ideal path. I've enjoyed studying a number of things over the last few years ranging anywhere from politics to finance. Whatever I do end up choosing, the great thing about the Robertson program is that it sets me up to be successful in any path I may choose.

What drew you to the Robertson Program? The unprecedented opportunity created through each unique aspect of the program. Ranging from the guided summer experiences to the chance to take advantage of two of the nation's foremost universities the Robertson program puts students in an environment unlike any other. The access to powerful and successful mentors, the community of like-minded thinkers, and the amazing leadership curriculum are only a few of the great things that make the program so beneficial. I honestly don't think there exists another program or institution similar to the robertson program because of how uniquely it leverages the many resources it has for the benefit of the scholars.

Melissa Goldberg

Melissa Anderson Goldberg

What Does the Robertson Scholars Leadership Program mean to you?

The Robertson Program took me down a journey of gathering more experiences in 4 years than I could have ever imagined. I co-led a team researching poverty in India, I taught science in New Orleans, I studied product design in Sweden, I took courses in economics, creative writing and jazz at UNC. Steve Jobs says that leadership and creativity are about connecting the dots: the more dots you have, the easier it is to connect them and that you can only connect the dots looking backwards, never forwards. The Robertson Program propelled me towards four years of garnering dots all over the globe. Many connections have already been made and I know that many more are yet to come.

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.

Trenton Bricken

Trenton Bricken

Campus: Duke
Hometown: London, England
High School: Eton College

With a Program II major in “Biological and Artificial Intelligence” I am fascinated by intelligence in all its permutations. This interest began with education reform, transitioned into human cognitive enhancement (such as nutritional interventions), and now sits at the exciting intersection of artificial intelligence and biology research.

While AI continues to rapidly outpace our expectations with new breakthroughs almost every week (do a Google search for OpenAI’s GPT-2!), the cost of genome sequencing has fallen a million-fold and mountains of data with life-saving discoveries inside are piling up. I plan to continue developing expertise in artificial intelligence while applying what I have learnt to research in biology. I am particularly motivated to work on problems that contribute to biosecurity: trying to predict, diagnose, and rapidly respond to future pandemics.

Between my love of science fiction books and playing Dungeon and Dragons, I am a the perfect epitome of a ‘frat boy’. Some of my favourite books are The Mote in God’s Eye, The Three Body Problem, Command and Control, Gödel Escher Bach, and Superintelligence. If I wasn’t a utilitarian bought into the Effective Altruism movement, then you’d find me backpacking around the world with my Grandfather’s vintage Leica M3 film camera taking mediocre photos.

Annie Gonzales

Andrea Gonzales

Campus: UNC
Hometown: Bronx, NY
High School: Hunter College High School

When I started high school, I thought I wanted to be an engineer. I started learning to code in my free time, joined the robotics team, signed up for summer computer camps. But my interests weren't restricted to that at all--I played volleyball, studied classical music theory and piano, joined the layout staff for my school's yearbook and newspaper. I knew that I wanted to work in technology, but I wasn't sure that engineering was the right job for me.
At the end of the summer of 2014, my colleague Sophie Houser and I released a video game called "Tampon Run." Blood by violence is easily accepted by society through video games and other forms of media, but when it comes to menstrual blood--something totally natural and normal--people turn away in disgust. Tampon Run is a simple game that is meant to open up a discussion about this stigma surrounding menstruation. As soon as we launched the game, it went viral overnight; since then, we've won a Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Award, a Webby Award, done numerous talks and TEDx talks, and are slated to release a book published by Harper Collins in March 2017. But aside from the shiny ribbons and awards we've racked up I've come to the decision that I don't just want to program or engineer. Tampon Run isn't just computer science, but also women's issues and social activism--I thrive at the junction of multiple areas of study, and I can't wait to see how my interdisciplinary interests can affect the world I live in.

What drew you to the Robertson Program? Whenever I speak to someone about the Robertson Program, they're blown away by how it just seems too good to be true. And every time I talk about it, I'm blown away by what the Robertson Program offers its scholars. There is no specific track a Robertson Scholar will follow--the Program trusts that we will seek experiences that will help us grow as leaders and learners and gives us access to a wealth of invaluable resources. The Robertson Scholars are a group of such intelligent, creative, and ambitious minds--not necessarily on paper, but in character. In no way am I a traditional student, and I'm very excited to be surrounded by people like me!

Georgia Lala

Georgia Lala

Campus: Duke
Hometown: Auckland, New Zealand
High School: Diocesan School for Girls

Settling into one field of study has always been a struggle with me, so it’s no surprise that my interests and extra-curricular activities are spread out across a range of different areas! Academically, I am fascinated by politics and science and the intersection of these two fields of study. It is for this reason that I am an active volunteer for UN Youth as both a conference assistant and conference coordinator, having travelled internationally to attend conferences. I am a strong proponent of the idea that anyone can make a difference in the world, and we all have the chance to leave the earth in a better state than we found it.

I also have a strong interest in the sustainable innovation scene. I was awarded the New Zealand’s Prime Minister’s Future Scientist Award for my work in aquaponic research, and have presented a Ted Talk at TedxAuckland on the future of sustainability.

In my own time I love strapping on my running shoes and pounding the pavement. Running half marathons has become my guilty pleasure and my dream is to one day run in the Boston Marathon.

What drew you to the Robertson Program? I am an ambitious person driven to be the best at what I do and I wanted to study somewhere where I’ll have opportunities to develop my skills, take on interesting projects, and work with people I can really learn from, and the Robertson Program provided all of these things and then sum. As someone with a passion for science,  I am overjoyed at the chance to study at both Duke and North Carolina, both of which will foster me through my college experience and allow me to thrive in an academic environment where the only barrier limiting my development is my own imagination.

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Evan Rodgers

Campus: UNC
Hometown: Columbus, OH
High School: The Wellington School

On my first day of high school, my World History teacher stopped me after class to welcome me to my new school and ask how I liked his class.  When he next asked me about my opinion on social studies as a whole, I gave him a blunt answer - I thought they were entirely pointless.  I had no interest or real respect for history, government, economics, or anything of the like.  He vowed to change my mind on the topic.  Over the next four years, his wish was completely fulfilled.  I've discovered a deep passion for learning about how humans work - their motivations, their nature, their aspirations, their interactions.  I love to study government, business, and other humanities disciplines.  While these are my primary academic interests, I have a wide range of others - from marine biology to statistics to music.  Whatever field(s) I end up studying in college, I know it will prepare me for a job that will allow me to both challenge myself intellectually and make a strong positive impact on the world.

My interests outside the classroom are at least as diverse as they are inside.  Throughout high school I ran a business selling collectible Nike and Jordan sneakers and have an irrationally large collection of my own shoes in my room. I am a huge sports fan (especially basketball and football), an avid tennis player, and am willing to take on anyone, any time, anywhere in ping-pong.  I'm a big fan of music, from Kendrick Lamar to Frank Sinatra.  I love good food of almost any variety - as my rule of thumb, the unhealthier, the better.  I have a passion for traveling and have been to 5 continents - maybe I can hit all 7 before the Robertson's done with me!  Above all, I love to spend quality time with all of my friends and family.

What drew you to the Robertson Program? As with any student currently in or seriously considering the Robertson Scholars Program, I had several great college options to choose from.  At first, it seemed coming to a final decision would be impossible.  At the end of the day, the reason I felt confident choosing the Robertson was because it provides a fundamentally different experience than any other college or scholarship program out there.  Other scholarship programs operate completely differently - they give students a financial incentive and metaphorically cordon them off in their own corner of the university to study in a special program.  However, rather than isolating its students with the sole end goal of filling its students' heads with the most knowledge, the Robertson is fully integrated in its communities: UNC and Duke, the Triangle, and the world.   The Robertson focuses on giving each scholar every opportunity two stellar universities have to offer along with a multitude of program benefits and puts them at the forefront of the aforementioned communities.  It counts on every student to become a true leader while still in college while providing the opportunities for every student to pursue literally any academic or professional interest he or she may have.  Long story short, the Robertson provides me every opportunity to become the best in my field of interest and will mold me into a highly effective leader during my four years.  Plus, I get to be a Tar Heel AND a Blue Devil - what else could I ask for?

Ralph Lawton

Ralph Lawton

Campus: Duke
Hometown: Avondale, PA
High School: PA Leadership Charter School

Academic Interests: Economics & Chemistry

Extracurriculars / Hobbies: Economics & Global Health Research, Archery, Duke EMS,

What drew you to the Robertson Program? There were several factors that drew me to the Robertson program. The first was the opportunity to be part of a community of scholars with a shared desire to develop their skills in order to change the world for the better. In addition, unlike many other programs the Robertson program isn’t just focused in one field or another. They cultivate a group of scholars across disciplines, enabling each to learn from and build off of the others. The second was the chance to be part of a program that actively encourages students to push their limits and to learn to be uncomfortable, and then gives the students the resources to expand their comfort zones with remarkable experiences.

How has your experience with the Robertson Program shaped your goals and career path? In my first summer the program put me in Tarboro, North Carolina. It wasn't somewhere I'd ever really thought I'd go, but it was an amazing summer where I learned about myself and made real contributions to the community I'd joined. My second summer I got the opportunity to travel to Indonesia to work on a population health research project. 

Favorite Robertson moment: Our Tarboro group's weekly dinners at Waffle House when nothing else in the town was open.

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Harrison Hines

Graduation Year: 2010
Campus: Duke

 

What Does the Robertson Scholars Leadership Program mean to you?

The Robertson has given me a confidence in myself and ability to pursue my passions I could not have imagined. That confidence comes primarily from recognizing the work of the incredible people who have invested in me throughout my life and understanding the many opportunities I have had. The Robertson instilled in me a humble gratitude for these blessings, the value of which I may never fully recognize.

Aaron L

Aaron Lutkowitz

What Does the Robertson Scholars Leadership Program mean to you?

It means having a fluid identity, in all the best ways. You learn to belong on two campuses that think they're incredibly different (in some ways, they are; in more ways, they're not). You learn to attempt (and sometimes fail) to be a respectful and curious citizen of the world by travelling, where identities swirl into being a tourist versus a semi-permanent local, being a student versus being a professional, being apprehensive of the unknown versus fearful of missing out on a transformational moment.

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