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· hub for undergraduate merit scholars · home to post-graduate award support · haven for "outrageous ambitions" ·

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Education is the Tool: In Dumi Mtambo's Voice

An education – it’s what will allow them to walk the… Read More...
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Duke Student and Alumna Win Luce Scholarship

Duke alumna Alessondra Speidel, a 2011 graduate, and Duke Senior Charlotte… Read More...
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Fulbright Information Sessions - March 25 & 26

Interested in the Fulbright Scholarship? Attend the Information Sessions: Wednesday, March… Read More...
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B.N. Duke Scholar Zack Fowler is Improving Educational Access from Durham to Kenya

Benjamin N. Duke Scholar Zack Fowler '16 has devoted his time… Read More...
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MCF Scholar Learns Mandarin and More in China

Watch this video as Tesha shares her experiences at Duke Kunshan… Read More...
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DISTINCTION

Welcome to our inaugural issue of Distinction: The Scholars Magazinean interactive publication. Read articles and watch videos about current students and alumni from Duke's various scholarship programs. We hope you enjoy reading Distinction.

Watch our latest Scholar Spotlight. See all Scholar Spotlights.

Matthew Rognlie vs. Thomas Piketty

A.B. Duke alumnus Matthew Rognlie is currently pursuing a PhD in economics at MIT and, in his spare time, taking on Thomas Piketty, the bestselling author of Capital in the Twenty-First Century. In this Washington Post article, learn how a late-night blog post turned into "arguably, the most influential critique of the most influential economics book of the century" and made Rognlie a young economist to watch.

See other accomplished Duke scholar alumni, featured in our new merit scholar alumni magazine, Distinction.

Read our latest Alumni Highlight. See all Alumni Highlights.


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