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?

Kameron Sedigh

Kameron Sedigh

Campus: Duke
Hometown: Kings Park, NY
High School: Kings Park High School

When I was in middle school, I attended a DNA camp at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratories. For a young boy trying to determine what he wanted to do with his life, learning about DNA in the building where Watson and Crick discovered its structure was an awe-inspiring experience, one which would shape the interests and passions that I bring with me to college. What attracts me to biomedical engineering is that it seeks to solve the problems in the world of biology and medicine through the many applications of engineering. It is seemingly the ultimate interdisciplinary field, and it is the desire to study a field of science of many inquiries and applications that attracts me to biomedical engineering.

What I pride myself in is that I always look to explore and make connections with people of any and all backgrounds and interests. As a child of two Iranian parents, I have come to respect and love other cultures and I always look to keep up to date on foreign affairs around the globe. I am also proud to say that I am both an athlete and a mathlete, a product of my devoted love of sports and desire to academically challenge myself. In high school I have been able to be a part of many families, from the bond of a soccer team to the enthusiastic spirit of a marching band. And what I hope for is to play my part, inspire others, and be inspired by my Robertson, Duke, and UNC families.
What drew you to the Robertson Program? To be completely honest, the Robertson program was completely off my radar when I began my college application process. But even when I finally discovered the program, I didn’t think much about it because truthfully it seemed too good to be true. A full scholarship to one of the premier universities in the world? No way. Not possible. But I applied, not seriously expected to receive the scholarship. However slowly I worked my way through the levels of the application process, and then one day, in the bathroom of a bus travelling up to Boston I received the call. The call saying I had been blessed to be a part of a one of a kind family, of academic scholars, altruistic community members, and natural born leaders. A family that challenges, inspires, and learns from one another. The Robertson Scholars Family.

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Rahi Patel

Campus: UNC
Hometown: Waxhaw, NC
High School: Marvin Ridge High School

My experiences in high school were all over the place. In school, I loved history and biology (and soon came to appreciate math as well). I explored everything from computer science and biomedical engineering to social entrepreneurship and constitutional law. But the work that I came to love ended up being research for my school's debate team. When I was elected captain of the team, I found that my passions extended to teaching others about the topics that I loved. Researching, arguing, and teaching others about ethics, economics, international relations, and public policy never felt like a chore. This led me to explore economics and political science/public policy as my majors in college.

Outside the classroom I enjoy practicing calligraphy, playing tennis, and exploring photography. I love talking to anyone and everyone about things they like to do, learn about, and hope to achieve.

What drew you to the Robertson Program?  The financial freedom and close-knit community of the Robertson are what drew me to the program. As soon as I started learning about the program from current scholars and staff during Finalist Weekend, I knew that the support offered through the Robertson's programs and community would enable me to achieve more than I could ever have dreamed of in college and beyond.

Chris Paul

Christopher Paul

What Does the Robertson Scholars Leadership Program mean to you?

Being Robertson means being passionate, impactful, creative, and collaborative.

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.

Muller, Michael (UNC 2021)

Michael Muller

Campus: UNC
Hometown: Portland, OR
High School: Westview High School

I have been working with the Mathnasium corporation and have been teaching children math for many years now. Tutoring kids and being involved in their learning processes is something that I'm passionate about and immensely grateful for. With math being a large part of my life, I'm hoping to direct that energy into the field of computer science or possibly economics. I'm consistently amazed at the extent of which computers are part of our every day lives, so I'm excited to study and discover new ways that computers can help humans.

Other activities that are a big part of my life include music and meditation. I have been playing the piano and guitar for a few years now and making or playing music with friends and loved ones gives me so much joy. Practicing mindfulness through meditation is also a passion that I have discovered in recent years that has given me perspective in my daily activities and that I intend to continue throughout my life.

What drew you to the Robertson Program? The "dual-citizenship" aspect of the Robertson Program is the most unique element of the scholarship program that really drew me in. Of all the scholarships and programs I had read about, none offered such an amazing and special opportunity to be a part of two communities on two separate campuses. The freedom that the Program gives to its scholars along with all the resources and investments that is supplied to each individual Robertson Scholar gives us all the privilege to really go out and be unafraid to find our passions.

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Patrick Clinch

Campus: UNC
Hometown: Dunwoody, GA
High School: Dunwoody High School

I was born in Atlanta, GA and have lived in North Atlanta all my life. I am interested history, literature, philosophy and political science in no particular order and I hope to be involved in policy creation in the future in one capacity or another. I am also involved in theatre, particularly improv comedy, and I am interested in the power of humor to create social change. In my free time I enjoy running, watching Jeopardy and eating tacos.

What drew you to the Robertson Program?

The Robertson represents a personal investment in my future, whatever that may be. I appreciate the diversity of individuals that participate in this program both in terms of interests and background. I also found the endless potential of the summer experiences to be a rare and exciting opportunity that would allow me to create experiences that will fit into my particular interests and goals.

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Sierra Winters

Campus: Duke
Hometown: Yadkinville, NC
High School: Forbush High School

Academic Interests: I am majoring in Cultural Anthropology at Duke with a certificate in Documentary Studies, and I am also majoring in Food Studies at UNC. I am particularly interested in documenting and influencing the eating habits of people around the world. I hope to use my career to promote mindful eating by highlighting the cultural influences of food, making foodways more ethical and environmentally sustainable, and spreading body positivity. This will likely take the form of a vegan chef or restaurant owner, combined with the offering of yoga.

Extracurriculars / Hobbies: I spent my Exploration Summer in India receiving my 500-hour yoga teacher certification, and I now teach classes at Duke. I am also president of Duke’s Triathlon Club, which has given me the opportunity to travel the world for races. I love backpacking, dancing, and I am constantly cooking vegan food.

What drew you to the Robertson Program?

The intellectual capacity of Robertson Scholars demonstrated through conversations and pursuits of knowledge that occur on a day-to-day basis, combined with the confidence that they exhibit through summer programs and activities during the school year, made it clear to me that I would thrive in the Robertson Scholars environment. I especially appreciate that this program is an investment in its participants’ futures, rather than a stagnant reward for their past high school achievements. I look forwards to working with the advisers and my fellow Scholars in expanding our abilities to create positive change in a variety of interdisciplinary fields, even after graduation.

How has your experience with the Robertson shaped your goals and career path?

The Robertson Program has taught me that some of the best career paths are the most unconventional. I have learned that no matter how uncommon I feel my passion is at Duke–there are not many students here who want to own a vegan restaurant for a career–it is not in the slightest an unworthy passion. I can explore the food scene, supported by interdisciplinary topics in academia, through LEAD grants, during summers, and for the rest of my life. The staff and fellow Scholars have been incredibly supportive of, and collaborative with, me.

What has been your favorite Robertson moment so far?

Colloquium was a highlight of my week the spring of freshman year. Not only did I get to see some of my closest college friends, but I also got a glimpse inside of their impressive minds. In a respectful and intellectually constructive manner, I learned about how our different backgrounds shape our beliefs and ambitions.

Jake

Jake Sheridan

Campus: Duke
Hometown: Charlotte, NC
High School: Charlotte Catholic High School

Academic interests:

My primary academic interests are journalism and political science. Everything else stems from there. Within journalism, I focus on writing and audio, with particular attention to reporting local news and politics. Within political science, I focus on political behavior, with particular attention to whiteness as a politically salient identity.

Extracurriculars / Hobbies

Outside of the classroom, you can find me reporting and editing for the Chronicle (Duke’s independent student newspaper) or the 9th Street Journal (Duke’s Durham-focused journalism department paper). I’ve worked on campus politics — from reform movements to student government to Young Trustee races. I’m also a member of Wayne Manor.

Here’s a short list of hobbies: listening to music (disco at the moment… Donna Summer of course), journaling, playing basketball, playing Mario Strikers, overusing Twitter, pilates, thrift shopping, making tea, making bad jokes.

What drew you to the Robertson Program?

I actually had already decided to go to Duke when I was given this scholarship… lucky me! I was an alternate at the time. So, I think my mom would argue that her prayers drew me to the program.

The cohort of passionate people, access to two incredible and complimentary schools, summer opportunities and staff support would draw me back to this program again, though.

How has your experience with the Robertson shaped your goals and career path?

This community has been the most important part of my college experience. My scholarship has allowed me to pursue my passion as work. My fellow Robbies are many of my best friends.  My core beliefs have been shaped by the challenge and thought the program has confronted me with. I’ve been transformed by this program.

Many of my most important work experiences — documenting the history of the Blues and Civil Rights in the Mississippi Delta, covering the 2020 Democratic presidential primary for the Concord Monitor in New Hampshire, documenting the grassroots European refugee aid movement, and reporting local news for the Los Angeles Times — were made possible by the Robertson program. More broadly, the life I live would not be possible without the Robertson program.

What has been your favorite Robertson moment so far?

During my community summer, I worked in the Mississippi Delta. There, I did documentary work for the Delta Center for Culture and Learning. As I helped run and document a conference on the incredible local Blues and Civil Rights tradition, I interviewed Wheeler Parker, a cousin of Emmett Till who was with Emmett the night he was abducted. After we talked, I took a portrait of Wheeler sitting in the judge’s chair at the Tallahatchie County Courthouse, where Emmett’s murderers were unjustly acquitted. That moment I shared with Wheeler is my favorite Robertson moment. It made me fall in love with story telling and bearing witness. The Robertson program placed me in that job — I would never have worked in that role, nor probably come within 100 miles of the wonderful Mississippi Delta if it weren’t for the program.

 

 

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.

Stef Feldman

Stef Feldman

Graduation Year: 2010
Campus: Duke

 

What Does the Robertson Scholars Leadership Program mean to you?

Opportunity - I would not be where I am today without the generosity of the Robertsons. I could not have gone to Duke without the Robertson scholarship. And the mentorship from Robertson staff and internship experiences dramatically shaped who I am and what I do.

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