Trinity College of Arts & Sciences at Duke University Program II

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Jacob Tobia (left) and Patrick Oathout

April 11, 2013 

Congratulations, Jacob!

Congratulations are in order to Program II junior Jacob Tobia, one of two Duke students to have been awarded a Truman Scholarship.  Truman Scholars are chosen on the basis of their leadership potential, high academic achievement and a commitment to a career in public service and advocacy sectors.  Chosen scholars for the Truman Scholarship receive $30,000 for graduate study, priority admission and supplemental financial aid to top graduate programs. 
Jacob's Program II: "Human Rights Advocacy and Leadership: The Intersection of Personal History and Social Change."
Well done!

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"Forty-Year History and Influence of Program II at Duke."

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On March 3-4, 2011, Dean Keul and two Program II seniors, Chris Edelman and Ian Ballard, spoke at a conference at Indiana University in Bloomington, IN on the "Forty-Year History and Influence of Program II at Duke."
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