Omika Suryawanshi Named Sandy Williams Alumni Legacy Scholar

Nominated by her peers, Omika will serve on the Alumni Advisory Board starting this fall.

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Becoming an Advocate for Children with Rare Diseases with Sarah Turnbull (1996)

A new host, Jolene Loetscher (1997), joins us for the third episode of The SIP, interviewing Sarah Turnbull (1996), a photographer, EMT, and rare disease advocate. In this episode of The SIP, Sarah shares her journey from being selected as a Coke Scholar from a small town in Iowa to becoming a mom of three…

Building a Shark Tank Side Hustle with Dr. Shaan Patel (2007)

In the second episode of The SIP, Albert Lawrence (2003) interviews Dr. Shaan Patel (2007), a Shark Tank entrepreneur who built a hugely successful side hustle without quitting his day job. After raising his SAT score from average to perfect, Shaan created a company called Prep Expert to help high school students achieve their own…

April 2020 Connections

Connecting with Coke Scholar friends looks a little different these days! Many Coke Scholars have been connecting virtually.

The SIP: Episode 1 Transcript

A transcript of the first episode of The SIP with Justin J. Pearson (2013), Juliana Tafur (2003), and Albert Lawrence (2003).

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Gray Garmon

Gray Garmon Works to Build Stronger Community and Bonds with Ghanaian Friends

By Heidi Koester and Julie Collins |  The villages of the upper west region of Ghana are a far cry from the University of Texas in Austin, where 2003 Coca-Cola Scholar Gray Garmon obtained his undergraduate degree in architecture. Yet Gray wouldn’t have it any other way. During his two-year stint in Ghana for the…

Stesha Doku

Stesha Doku Maps Minority Health Care Gaps in Australia

By Juliana Tafur, 2003 Scholar | Envision a map that tells medical professionals not only where clinics and grocery stores are located, but also where different ethnic communities live. Imagine that this map also displays crucial informa- tion about people’s health, such as infectious and chronic diseases, as well as paternal and infant death rates. Now…

Coca−Cola Scholars Foundation Seeks Applicants For Its 2011 Class

Coca−Cola Scholars Foundation Seeks Applicants For Its 2011 Class

ATLANTA, – The Coca−Cola Scholars Foundation, a non-profit organization created to support the higher education of deserving high school seniors in the United States, is accepting college scholarship applications now through October 31, 2010 at www.coca-colascholars.org. Each year the Coca−Cola Scholars Foundation awards a total of $3 million in achievement-based four-year college scholarships to 250…

Coca−Cola Scholars Foundation Names Class of 2010!

Coca−Cola Scholars Foundation Names Class of 2010!

ATLANTA, February 5, 2010 – The Coca−Cola Scholars Foundation has recognized 253 of America’s outstanding high school seniors as Finalists and members of the Class of 2010 Coca−Cola Scholars. The 253 students have all demonstrated excellence in academics and civic leadership in extracurricular activities and in their communities. Later this spring, the foundation will award…