Each year, The Duke Endowment funds scholarships for eight high-achieving scholars at Furman. Two recipients of the James B. Duke Scholarship are profiled on The Duke Endowment website: Furman senior McKenna Luzynski of Roanoke, Va., and freshman Max Dudley of Phenix City, Ala. The students speak about how the scholarships have and will impact their lives. W. Michael Hendricks, Furman vice president for enrollment management, says, “These scholarships are a beacon to our highest achieving students, young men and women selected for their stellar academic credentials and meaningful engagement beyond the classroom.”
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