Class of 2023 A. James Clark Scholars Arrive at Duke
Ten engineering students from seven states selected for competitive scholarship program focused on leadership, service and entrepreneurship
The incoming class—the second group of Clark Scholars at Duke—includes students from seven states with a wide range of achievements and aspirations, including inventing improved robotic prostheses, working in Silicon Valley and making an impact on global health.
The Class of 2023 Clark Scholars at Duke are:
- Himani Bhat of Pfafftown, N.C.
- Sarah Cornerstone of Dallas, Texas
- Devin Ellis of Hampton, Va.
- Teya Evans of Auburn, Wash.
- Tevyn Fudge of Newnan, Ga.
- Alexa Goble of Hendersonville, N.C.
- Tristin Morse of Sarasota, Fla.
- Gloria Odenyo of Clinton, Md.
- Marcus Ortiz of El Paso, Texas
- Jessica Wey of McAllen, Texas
Duke is a member of a Clark Scholars network that includes students from The George Washington University, Georgia Tech, Johns Hopkins University, The University of Maryland, Pennsylvania State University, University of Pennsylvania, Stevens Institute of Technology, Vanderbilt University, The University of Virginia, and Virginia Tech.