Welcome Clare Fisher - First OUSF Fellow

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OUSF is proud and excited to announce Clare Fisher as our first OUSF Fellow. Clare is not new to the OUSF family. This Benjamin N. Duke Scholar alumna graduated with Distinction from Duke University in May 2015. Recent Duke University graduates are considered for this unique, one to two-year-position, working with…
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Hard Lessons - Truth & Mourning in S.C.

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The Benjamin N. Duke Scholars anticipated many challenges during their annual Carolina Summer of Service in South Carolina’s Lowcountry, but finding themselves so close, both geographically and emotionally, to a church massacre was not one of them. Emanuel A.M.E. Church stands little more than an hour’s drive from Georgetown, S.C., where…
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Reggie Scholar Samantha Holmes Embraces Asia

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The images Samantha Holmes, 2018, is capturing during her studies in Asia say it all. For the Reginaldo Howard Memorial Scholar India is a whole new world and Holmes is open to all of the sights, sounds, and lessons. Selected as a Phillips Ambassador in Asia, Holmes is studying through teh…
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Engineering Professor Named Director of B.N. Duke Program

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Michael Gustafson, who earned three degrees from Duke and teaches in the Pratt School of Engineering, will serve as faculty director of the B.N. Duke Scholarship program, Steve Nowicki, dean and vice provost for undergraduate education, announced Tuesday. The B.N. Duke Scholarship program, housed in the Office of Undergraduate Scholars and…
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Former Rhodes Scholar and AB Duke Alum Named Director of OUSF

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Alex Hartemink, a professor of computer science, statistical science and biology, has been appointed faculty director of the Office of Undergraduate Scholars and Fellows (OUSF), beginning July 1. Hartemink has taught at Duke since 2001 and is a Duke alumnus, former Rhodes Scholar, winner of the David and Janet Vaughn Brooks…
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Summer Photo Contest on Flickr

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Who will win this summer's Scholar Flickr Photo Contest? OUSF Scholars are sending their entries in as they travel, work, conduct research and just enjoy their summers. New photos will be coming in throughout the summer and you can see where some of our scholars are and what they are up…
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Incoming A.B. Scholar Among Business Insider's 20 Most Impressive

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Business Insider has selected a few (only 20) of the most impressive young people graduating from high school this year. The feature article showcases their many promising talents and contributions. Among this select group is incoming A.B. Duke Scholar Rohith Kuditipudi. Click here for details about Kuditipudi and these other incredible…
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Two Duke Students Score Big in Humanities

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Two Duke students demonstrate how their dedication to the humanities is making a difference and getting noticed. Kari Barclay '16 has been named a 2105 American Humanity in Action Fellow. Antonio Lopez '16 is among the first set of fellows in the new John Lewis Humanity in Action Fellowship. Both students…
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