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The following students received scholarships for the 2018 academic year to support their pursuit of their graduate degrees:

Thomas Allen – Duke DREAM Fund

Whitney Walker – Duke DREAM Fund

Tracy Collins – Duke DREAM Fund

Jack An – Northern Builders Fund

Kiana Richard – Panovich Fund and NAIOP Chicago

Andreanita Hughes – NAIOP Diversity Scholarship

Lilian Yool – Roldan Fund

Juan Elisa – Roldan Fund

Agustin Zavala Garcia – Roldan Fund

Sarah Eisenberg – Winston Kennedy Graduate Assistantship

Caroline Blowers – John Newman Graduate Assistantship

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Dear Alumni and Friends,
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