Math major Anh-Huy Nguyen one of six students named inaugural Nakayam Public Service Scholars
Six members of the Class of 2022 have been named to the inaugural class of Nakayama Scholars. Juniors Sydney Albert, Carlee Goldberg, Erica Langan, Yi Xian “Lyndon” Lee, Anh-Huy Nguyen, and Micalyn Struble were chosen for their stellar academics, leadership and demonstrated commitment to a career in public service.
The Nakayama Public Service Scholarship is part of the university’s efforts to encourage students to use their Duke experience to engage with the large challenges facing communities around the world.
The students represent 12 disciplines across Duke’s academic departments as well as a variety of future careers. “The Nakayama board struggled to choose the scholars from an incredibly talented and brilliant applicant pool. We are extremely pleased with our inaugural class,” said Chris Simmons, associate vice president for government relations and director of the Nakayama program.
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