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2017 Scholars

Breauna Franklin, Clemson National Scholars Program

Breauna Franklin

McDonald, PA


Spanish Language and International Health

Campus Involvement and Leadership:

Multicultural and International Engagement Committee (2017), Executive Board Mentoring And Collaboration Through Collaborations in Health (2018), Experience Clemson Student Panel Representative (2018), Miss Black and Gold Scholarship Pageant Contestant (2018)

Internship/Research/Learning Experiences:

Peer Dialogue Facilitator - Cohort 8

Claudia Wong, Clemson National Scholars Program

Claudia Wong

Anchorage, AK



Campus Involvement and Leadership:

Multicultural/International Engagement Committee, Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, Predental Club, Latinos Unidos at Clemson University

Ethan Bensman, Clemson National Scholars Program

Ethan Bensman

Cincinnati, OH


Computer Science, Economics

Campus Involvement and Leadership:

Intramural Sports, Indian Cultural Exchange, IT Student Advisory Board, UNICEF

Internship/Research/Learning Experiences:

2016 CERN Data Analytics Quarknet Program

Jackson Dugger, Clemson National Scholars Program

Jackson Dugger

Dallas, TX


Sports Communication

Campus Involvement and Leadership:

BYX fraternity, UNICEF, Clemson Wesley

Jacob Sargent, Clemson National Scholars Program

Jacob Sargent

Aiken, SC


Language and International Business

Campus Involvement and Leadership:

Clemson College Democrats, Clemson University undergraduate student senate (university services), Intramural sports (volleyball & water polo), soccer)

Margo Marie McManus, Clemson National Scholars Program

Margo Marie McManus

Fair Play, SC


Pre-Business/Accounting and Economics

Campus Involvement and Leadership:

The Chronicle, SAGA

Nathan Matzko, Clemson National Scholars Program

Nathan Matzko

Irmo, SC



Internship/Research/Learning Experiences:

EUREKA! 2017 Summer Program: researched for 5 weeks in Dr. Michael Sehorn's biochemistry lab on the impact of cancer mutations found in DNA repair genes (Summer 2017).

Sylvia Wu, Clemson National Scholars Program

Sylvia Wu

Shanghai, China