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The program is named in honor of Benjamin N. Duke, a respected leader, businessman, and philanthropist.

B.N. Duke Scholars remember their North and South Carolina roots as they engage in local and global communities and aspire to become leaders at Duke and beyond. Academic excellence and community service are their trademarks.

Choosing to come to Duke and be a B.N. Duke Scholar had everything to do with choosing the corner where the people would support us the most zealously, where we could explode in pursuit of our passions, and where opportunities were not scarce. Stesha Doku Charlotte, NC

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