Trinity Scholar Christy Vaughn joins other Duke mathematicians in applying math models to congressional voting districts. Do the numbers add up? Watch the video and read more about their work in this Duke Today article by Robin Smith.
A.B. Duke Scholar Jay Ruckelshaus '16 discusses planning and hosting the first annual "Beyond Disability, Beyond Compliance" conference, which connects students and administrators in order to tackle the question: How can universities better integrate students with disabilities into college life?
Robertson, Truman, and Marshall Scholar Andrew Cunningham '08 returned to Duke on Friday, October 17th to speak with scholars about his Duke experience and the challenges of effecting social change. In 2006, Cunningham and Professor Sherryl Broverman founded the Women's Institute of Secondary Education and Research (WISER), a non-profit organization dedicated…
Robertson Scholar Sofia Stafford spent her fall break with student leaders from across the globe. Read about her experience at the Millennium Campus Conference in this Duke Students Tumblr blog post.
The first ever national disability retreat of its kind will be held on Duke’s campus and A.B. Duke scholar Jay Ruckelshaus came up with the idea. Read about Jay’s vision for the retreat and how its coming to fruition, in this Duke Today article.
All merit scholarship programs and their scholars were recognized Friday, Sept. 19, 2014, during the Founders' Day Convocation. Check out this OUSF Facebook album, below. Post by Office of Undergraduate Scholars and Fellows (OUSF) - Duke University.