Cara Mund (2012) was named Miss North Dakota! She will compete in the Miss America Pageant in Atlantic City in September. Cara also won the Community Service Award in recognition of the annual Make-A-Wish fashion show she founded at just 14-years-old in Bismarck, which has raised more than $50,000 to date. (Photo credit: Williston Herald)
Steven Olikara (2008) and Senator Ben Sasse (1990) take a pre-interview selfie!
Arpan Prabhu (2010), a 3rd-year medical student at the University of Pittsburgh, co-authored a book with two of his colleagues, Drs. Nitin Agarwal, MD, and David Hansberry, MD, Ph.D., called The Evolution of Health Literacy: Empowering Patients Through Improved Education. “Physicians have long pledged to adhere to four basic moral principles, a concise framework for the larger field of medical ethics. As is commonly known, those values consist of autonomy, beneficence, non-maleficence, and justice. However, in order to advocate for these principles for patients, medical professionals must first ensure patients have appropriate medical resources from which to glean information. This book serves to underscore this concept and advance the field of patient education.”
Ezequiel González (2017) is 5th in the nation in Dramatic Interpretation after competing in the National Speed and Debate Association’s 2017 National Tournament.
Wyatt Hurt (2017) was featured on Good Morning America in a piece about Harvard University admissions. See him at 1:25!
We’re proud to share that Coca-Cola Scholars and alumni have received the following scholarships:
Ben Kaplan’s (1995) company, PR Hacker, was named as the #1 agency in the world for Corporate Social Responsibility Marketing, and Samuel Alemayehu (2004) was selected to join the Young Global Leaders Class of 2018.
Coca-Cola Scholars supported the STEM Advantage scholarship in Los Angeles and Pamit Surana (1989) hosted a walking tour of New York City for local Scholars as part of the #CokeScholarsPro even series.