Karsh International Scholarships Awarded to Incoming Duke Students

This year's recipients are from Ghana, UK and Nigeria

The four rising first-year students that have been awarded the Karsh International Scholarship to pursue their undergraduate studies at Duke University.
The four rising first-year students that have been awarded the Karsh International Scholarship to pursue their undergraduate studies at Duke University.

DURHAM, N.C. -- Four rising first-year students have been awarded the Karsh International Scholarship to pursue their undergraduate studies at Duke University.

The Karsh International Scholarship is awarded to intellectually and civically engaged international students who promote interdisciplinary inquiry, academic research and scholarship in the service of society.

The scholarship covers the full cost of tuition, room, board and mandatory fees for four years of undergraduate education. Karsh International Scholars also have access to funding for domestic and international experiences, including opportunities for independent research both in the summer and during the academic year.  Based on estimated tuition rates over a four-year period, the scholarship is worth over $315,000.

The Class of 2024 scholarship recipients are:

Chika Dueke-Eze of Enugu, Nigeria, a graduate of King’s College, Lagos, Nigeria
Chika Dueke-Eze
 

Arran Fearn of Nercwys, Flintshire, Wales, a graduate of Eton College, Windsor, England, United Kingdom
Arran Fearn
 

Henrietta Rye of Afrancho, Ashanti Region, Ghana, a graduate of Yaa Asantewaa Girls’ Senior High School, Kumasi, Ghana
Henrietta Rye
 

Nathaniel Wullar of Wegbe Kpalime, Ghana, a graduate of Presbyterian Boys Senior High School in Ghana

Nathaniel Wullar
 

For more information about the Karsh International Scholarship, visit https://www.ousf.duke.edu/page/Karsh.