Nakayama Scholars and Staff

The Nakayama Scholars

Spring Gardens

The Nakayama Public Service Scholarship was established in 2021 to support students interested in responding to the world’s challenges through careers in public service.
Through the Office of University Scholars and Fellows, Nakayama Scholars are also part of a larger intellectual community at Duke that consists of merit scholars and intellectually engaged students.

 

 

Interested in learning more about members of the Nakayama Scholars?

Our Inaugural Scholars Class of 2022
Sydney AlbertSydney Albert
Bethesda, MD
Carlee GoldbergCarlee Goldberg
Parkland, FL
Erica LanganErica Langan
Cincinnati, OH
Anh-Huy NguyenAnh-Huy Nguyen
Annandale, VA
Micalyn StrubleMicalyn Struble
Walnut Creek, CA
 

 

Nakayama Scholars Leadership Team

Chris Simmons

Chris Simmons
Associate Vice President
for Government Relations
Director, Nakayama Scholars Program

Babs Wise

Babs Wise
Director, Nationally Competitive Scholarships
Office of University Scholars & Fellows

 

Nakayama Scholarship Advisory Board

Chris Simmons

Chris Simmons
Associate Vice President
for Government Relations
Director, Nakayama Scholars Program

Ronnie Chatterji

Ronnie Chatterji
Mark Burgess &
Lisa Benson-Burgess
Distinguished Professor
Fuqua School of Business

Andrew Cunningham

Andrew Cunningham '08
Global Lead for Education
Aga Khan Foundation

Kristin Goss

Kristin Goss
Kevin D. Gorter Professor
of Public Policy &
Political Science
Director, Duke in DC

Charmaine Royal

Charmaine Royal
Professor of African &
African American Studies,
Biology, Global Health &
Family Medicine, and Community Health

Martin Smith

Martin Smith
Dean of Academic Affairs,
Trinity College of Arts and Sciences
Assistant Professor
of the Practice of Education