During her freshman year, the class, “When Women Ruled the World,” ignited Bailey Sincox’s passion for the English Renaissance. Three years later, Bailey plans to continue her studies of Elizabethan literature at Oxford University. Here, she says “thanks:”
On my first visit to Duke, I fell in love. The place, the people, and the promise of an opportunity that my family could afford convinced me this was where I wanted to be.
Financial aid made it a reality.
The opportunities I’ve had at Duke amaze me. I explored Jerusalem for four weeks through a religion course and discovered how archaeology ties the region’s cultures and faiths to their struggles. As an Alice M. Baldwin Scholar, I get to work with other young women, empowering them in leadership and achieving their goals. Experiences like these define Duke.
Gifts to the Duke Annual Fund allow me and thousands of other Duke students to pursue our passions, learn from world-class faculty, and make a difference.