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Davidson College students take action to raise awareness of human rights abuses in Iran. Learn more.
Davidson College alum AJ Naddaff ’19 will join the newest cohort of Knight-Hennessy Scholars at Stanford University. The prestigious program prepares leaders to meet the world’s most pressing challenges. Read more.
Professor and students work together to create a new textbook that brings to life a language spoken by nearly 70 million people. Read more.
Davidson College centralized all experiential learning opportunities, from study abroad to research, internship, and service programs, under one collaborative initiative: Catalyst. Find out more.
Davidson College ranked sixth in two of the last three years, strengthening its role as a top producer of Fulbright scholars. This year's baker's dozen joined last year's 13 Davidson students that have earned admission into the federal government’s flagship international educational exchange program. Their plans will now dispatch them around the globe as the pandemic recedes.
At 16, Mariem Bchir joined the protests that led to the ouster of Tunisia’s long-term ruler.
With six U.S. Fulbright grant recipients, Davidson College lands among the top producers of Fulbright students and scholars nationally.
Hani Zaitoun has been awarded a 2019 Pulitzer Center Student Reporting Fellowship. He will travel to Estonia to examine how the country is responding to increased Russian military activity. Zaitoun is one of 43 student reporting fellows. The fellows will fan out across the globe to shed light on some of the most underreported, critical challenges of our time.