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

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Theater & Social Justice: Barclay Receives Humanity in Action Fellowship

A.B. Duke Scholar Kari Barclay is among 43 Americans selected for… Read More...
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A.B. Duke Ruckelshaus Named Truman Scholar

Duke junior and A.B. Duke Scholar Jay Ruckelshaus has been selected… Read More...
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Lindsey Brown Named Goldwater Scholar

Lindsey Brown, a Duke University junior, has been named a 2015… Read More...
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4 Days at Duke - 2019 Scholarship Finalists

Duke University and the Office of Undergraduate Scholars and Fellows hosted… Read More...
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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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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.

minh thu pham

Benjamin N. Duke alumna Minh-Thu Pham '98 has forged a career centered on international diplomacy and human rights. Pham has worked with child refugees in Addis Ababa, Ethiopa as part of the Hart Leadership Program, conducted research for the Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children, and earned an M.P.A. from Princeton University. Pham now serves as the Director of Policy at the United Nations Foundation. Read Pham's contributions to an expert discussion on global income inequality in this Guardian article.

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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