David L. Boren Awards for International Study

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2014 Boren Scholars

Name
 Institution
 Major(s)
 Proposed Country*
 Language
Carlos Agüero

University of
New England

MathematicsUnited Arab EmiratesArabic
Amirah Ali-DinarNebraska
Wesleyan University
Criminal JusticeJordanArabic
Joanne AngbazoUniversity of
Maryland
Political ScienceMozambiquePortuguese
Margaret BaileyUniversity of
Maryland
LanguagesMoroccoArabic
James BaileyUniversity of North Carolina at WilmingtonInternational AffairsJordanArabic
Puja BalachanderAmerican
University
International DevelopmentIndiaHindi
Alison BartelUniversity of
Mississippi
International Affairs
Languages
China Mandarin
Caroline BartholomewUniversity of
Virginia
Political ScienceTurkeyTurkish
Ivaree BaughTruman State
University
LanguagesMozambiquePortuguese
Jack BergumUniversity of
Oklahoma
Political ScienceMoroccoArabic
Molly BernsteinUniversity of
Maryland
Political ScienceMoroccoArabic
Anthony BettsUniversity of
Wisconsin, Madison
EngineeringKazakhstanRussian
Victoria BoeseUniversity of
Minnesota, Twin Cities
LinguisticsBrazilPortuguese
Nathan BradleyUniversity of
Puget Sound
Economics
Languages
China Mandarin
Evan BulmanBowdoin
College
EconomicsJordanArabic
William BumpasUniversity of
Mississippi
Languages
International Affairs
China Mandarin
Michael BurleyUniversity of
Puget Sound
GeologyChina Mandarin
Kendra BurpeeUniversity of
Wisconsin, Madison
Area StudiesTurkeyTurkish
Christian BurstallBrigham Young UniversityPolitical ScienceChina Mandarin
Erin BushUniversity of
New Mexico
International Affairs
Area Studies
TurkeyTurkish
Jesse CarteEmbry-Riddle Aeronautical UniversityArea StudiesTanzaniaSwahili
Daniella CastellanoAmerican
University
International AffairsJapanJapanese
Tara CatanachFlorida State
University
International AffairsTanzaniaSwahili
Isaac ChaeGeorge Washington UniversityInternational AffairsSouth KoreaKorean
Cristian CirjanArizona State
University
EngineeringRomaniaRomanian
Michael CortUniversity of
North Georgia
LanguagesUnited Arab EmiratesArabic
Halie CraigUniversity of PennsylvaniaPolitical Science
Area Studies
JordanArabic
Liana CramerUniversity of
Notre Dame
EconomicsSenegalFrench
Gabrielle CristelliArizona State
University
LanguagesChina Mandarin
Martin Crosby-ArreazaCollege of
New Jersey
International AffairsTajikistanPersian
Paige DabneyFlorida State
University
International Affairs
Geography
GeorgiaGeorgian
Vyacheslav DadeOhio State
University
International Affairs
Languages
China Mandarin
Alessia De VitisAmerican
University
International Affairs
Economics 
IndiaPunjabi
Kevin DinhUniversity of
Illinois
Chemistry VietnamVietnamese
Jake DouglasCollege of
William and Mary
Political ScienceChina Mandarin
Kevin Doyle
Dickinson College
Languages and International Affairs
Kyrgyzstan
Russian
Katherine DurandUniversity of
Nebraska, Omaha
International AffairsSouth KoreaKorean
Nathan EckmanAmerican
University
International AffairsChina Mandarin
Jamila EllisUniversity of Maryland, Baltimore CountyInternational AffairsJordanArabic
Jo-Ann EstesOld Dominion
University
International AffairsJordanArabic
Rachel FaithCollege of
William and Mary
LanguagesKyrgyzstanRussian
Kara FambroughUniversity of
Georgia
International Affairs
Languages 
JordanArabic
Kyle FarrellUniversity of
Wisconsin, Madison
Economics
International Affairs
KazakhstanRussian
Elizabeth FenleyUniversity of
Texas
Languages
Area Studies
MoroccoArabic
Jacob FesslerUniversity of
Cincinnati
International AffairsMozambiquePortuguese
Benjamin FilreisUniversity of PennsylvaniaPolitical Science
Area Studies
TajikistanPersian
William FlinterUniversity of
Maryland
Criminal Justice
Languages
BrazilPortuguese
Mykala FordMichigan State
University
International AffairsMoroccoArabic
Kayla FosterUniversity of
Southern California
International Affairs
Area Studies
JapanJapanese
Evan GearinoNorth Carolina
State University
International Affairs
Economics
JordanArabic
Roy GinsbergUniversity of
Wisconsin, Madison
EconomicsKazakhstanRussian
Sara Giska

Miami
University

International AffairsBrazilPortuguese
Daniel GlicksteinUniversity of
Oklahoma
International AffairsJordanArabic
Miriam GoldmanPortland State
University
PsychologyKazakhstanRussian
Phyllis GoodeAustin
College
International Affairs
Language
China Mandarin
Carly GreenspanJohns Hopkins
University
International Affairs
Anthropology
JordanArabic
Hunter GrossHunter College, City University of New YorkPolitical ScienceChina Mandarin
Corey GumbertUniversity of
Virginia
Political ScienceChina Mandarin
Oleksandra GubinaUniversity of Missouri,
Columbia
International Affairs
Languages
JordanArabic
Laurelin HaasIowa State
University
Environmental Studies
Urban Planning
China Mandarin
Timothy HenryWheaton
College
EngineeringUzbekistanUzbek
Lily HerbertUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel HillInternational AffairsKazakhstanKazakh
Devin HessUniversity of
Wisconsin, Madison
LanguagesKazakhstanRussian
Daniel HiguchiUniversity of
California, Los Angeles
Political Science
Languages
KazakhstanRussian
Carrie HildebrandtUniversity of
Maryland
LanguagesMoroccoArabic
Morgan HollieUniversity of
Illinois
International AffairsSenegalWolof
Christophe HoritaMarymount
Manhattan College
International AffairsTanzaniaSwahili
Andrew JarnaginUniversity of
Georgia
HistoryJordanArabic
Grace JaroscakIndiana
University
Economics
Languages
China Mandarin
Julianna JeroschUniversity of
Wisconsin, Madison
Political ScienceKazakhstanRussian
Samantha JusterAmerican
University
International AffairsChina Mandarin
Margaret KahnGeorge Washington UniversityInternational AffairsTurkeyTurkish
Elsa KaniaHarvard
University
Political ScienceChina Mandarin
Sangita KanumallaBryn Mawr
College
Theology & Religious StudiesOmanArabic
Nadav KarasovUniversity of
Maryland
EconomicsIndiaUrdu
John KeaneyUniversity of
South Carolina
Economics                            LanguageKyrgyzstanRussian
Alex KfouryDePaul
University
Economics
Language
JordanArabic
Tiffany KingAmerican
University
International AffairsChina Mandarin
Matthew KirkegaardUniversity of
Utah
Environmental Studies
Political Science
BrazilPortuguese
 Hyunjoo Eunice Ko

University of Texas, Dallas

 Biology South Korea Korean
Ashlie KoehnUniversity of
Kansas
Environmental Studies
Area Studies
KyrgyzstanRussian
JoAnne KostaUniversity of
Oklahoma
Languages
Area Studies
MoroccoArabic
Anh LeUniversity of
Redlands
BusinessChina Mandarin
Tosca LichtenheldUniversity of
Chicago
ChemistryIndonesiaBahasa Indonesian
Katherine LongBrown
University
Area StudiesTajikistanPersian
Trevor LongstreetFlorida State
University
Political ScienceKyrgyzstanRussian
John LyellUniversity of
Wisconsin, Madison
LanguagesKazakhstanRussian
Elaina MansleyFordham
University
EngineeringMoroccoArabic
Shirley MarteyUniversity of
Mary Washington
Political ScienceChina Mandarin
Tandra MartinMiddle Tennessee
State University
International AffairsMoroccoArabic
Kevin MatthewsTexas A&M
University
EngineeringChina Mandarin
Hannah McCandlessOhio State
University
International DevelopmentKenyaSwahili
Timothy McDanielUniversity of
North Georgia
LanguagesOmanArabic
Milonee MehtaJohns Hopkins
University
Engineering
Mathematics
TurkeyTurkish
Vid MicevicArizona State
University
EngineeringCroatiaCroatian
Benjamin MilesUniversity of
Southern California
Languages
International Affairs
China Mandarin
Michael MitraniFlorida State
University
Criminal JusticeJordanArabic
Ashley MoePortland State
University
LanguagesKazakhstanRussian
Valentina MogollonState University of
New York, New Paltz
International AffairsSenegalFrench
Christopher MurphyMichigan State
University
LanguagesChina Mandarin
Clifton NdubuisiGeorgia State
University
Criminal JusticeJordanArabic
Patrick NiceforoUniversity of
Maryland
International AffairsSouth KoreaKorean
Samuel NorthrupUniversity of
Kentucky
International AffairsJordanArabic
Alexander OzkanSeattle
University
International AffairsTanzaniaSwahili
Ainesh PandeyArizona State
University
Computer and Information SciencesIndiaHindi
Lea PatchUniversity of
Maryland
Criminal Justice
Psychology
South KoreaKorean
Zachary PattonUniversity of
Pittsburgh
PhilosophyBrazilPortuguese
Neil PaulingTufts
University
International Affairs
Area Studies
KyrgyzstanRussian
Nicholas PeytonMontana State
University
Political SciencePolandPolish
Alexis PierceMichigan State
University
International Affairs
Social Sciences
South KoreaKorean
Brian PouyAmerican
University
International Affairs
Economics
China Mandarin
Austin PriceGeorge Mason
University
International AffairsChina Mandarin
Carly PuzniakOakland
University
History
English
MoroccoArabic
Hannah RandolphUniversity of
Cincinnati
EconomicsChina Mandarin
Alexandra RichardsonDenison
University
Area StudiesJapanJapanese
William RileyGeorgetown
University
International AffairsChileSpanish
Anusha RizviVirginia Polytechnic
and State University
Political ScienceJordanArabic
Esther RobinsonUniversity of
Maryland
Political Science
Languages
TaiwanMandarin
Anna RoderUniversity of
Arizona
Area StudiesMoroccoArabic
Eric RogersUniversity of
Texas
History
Area Studies
MoroccoArabic
Jacqueline RojasFlorida State
University
International Affairs
Political Science
Mozambique Portuguese
Victoria RosenboomNebraska Wesleyan UniversityPolitical Science
Mathematics
TanzaniaSwahili
Alexis SammarcoMarquette
University
Criminal JusticeJordanArabic
James SauroBoston
College
International Affairs
Psychology
JordanArabic
Michael SchiumoCollege of
New Jersey
Business
Languages
KazakhstanRussian
William SchlangerUniversity of
Arizona
Area StudiesMoroccoArabic
Jeremy SellandLoyola Marymount UniversityPolitical Science
Economics
TanzaniaSwahili
Leah ShapiroUniversity of
Wisconsin, Madison
BiologyKazakhstanRussian
Isabel ShawAmerican
University
Political ScienceJordanArabic
Jennifer SiewDrexel
University
International DevelopmentBrazilPortuguese
Sarah SmithAmerican
University
International AffairsKazakhstanRussian
Wade SouthwellOzarks Technical Community CollegeArea StudiesSouth AfricaZulu
Elizabeth StephensonThe CitadelPsychologyChina Mandarin
Patricia StichnothUniversity of
Chicago
HistorySenegalWolof
Jeffrey StilesMessiah
College
Political Science
Languages
China Mandarin
Michael SutherlandNebraska Wesleyan UniversityPolitical ScienceChina Mandarin
Rodrigo TapiaUniversity of
Georgia
Chemistry
Mathematics
JapanJapanese
Laura TarboxUniversity of
South Carolina
LanguagesKyrgyzstanRussian
Thomas TaylorWashington
State University
Social SciencesTaiwanMandarin
Ruchi TekriwalUniversity of
Illinois
LinguisticsJordanArabic
Alec TerryXavier
University
EconomicsKazakhstanRussian
Erik ThorbeckUniversity of
Oregon
Public AdministrationChina Mandarin
Geoffrey TraegerUniversity of GeorgiaInternational AffairsBrazilPortuguese
Kelsey TrembleUniversity of
Maryland
Political Science             SenegalFrench
Ellen TuckerUniversity of
Colorado at Boulder
MathematicsBrazilPortuguese
Amy UmaretiyaArizona State
University
Engineering
Political Science
TurkeyTurkish
Corey WaltersSaint Louis University Emergency ManagementJordan  Arabic
Amber WaltzAmerican
University
SociologyBrazilPortuguese
Linda WangUniversity of
Southern California
PhilosophySenegalFrench
Amy WaterhouseUniversity of
Maryland
LanguagesMoroccoArabic
Alexandra WebbOhio Wesleyan UniversityPolitical ScienceTaiwanMandarin
Elena WickerCornell
University
Physics
Area Studies
JordanArabic
 John Wilders James Madison University International Affairs Jordan Arabic
Ida WinterUniversity of
Missouri, Columbia
Communication & Journalism
International Affairs
MoroccoArabic
Rachael WolffAmerican
University
International DevelopmentTanzaniaSwahili
Evan WoodnorthDenison
University
LanguagesTurkeyTurkish
Azeem ZamanUniversity of
Wisconsin, Madison
MathematicsKazakhstanRussian
Jimmy ZhangCollege of
William and Mary
Political Science
Languages
TaiwanMandarin
Mohammad ZiaUniversity of
Maryland
International DevelopmentJordanArabic

Please note that this list is subject to change should recipients decline their awards and alternates be promoted to awardees.

*Proposed countries may change due to regional concerns and changes in students' programs.