David L. Boren Awards for International Study

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Howard University undergraduate students applying for the Boren Scholarship should schedule a meeting to meet with Dr. Kari Miller, the Director of the Office of Honors and Scholar Development at kari.miller@howard.edu. 

The on-campus review of applications will begin on December 5, 2014.  

http://www.undergraduatestudies.howard.edu/ohsd/

On-Campus Scholarship Deadline: 12/05/2014



Fellowship-advisor
Scholarship-advisor
Kari Miller
Director, Honors and Scholar Development
This campus representative can provide you with information about the Boren Fellowship and Scholarship, help in completing the application, and forward your application for review.
Office of Undergraduate Studies
Carnegie Hall - Suite 205
2395 6th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20059
United States

Office: (202)-806-6162
Office: kari.miller@howard.edu
 

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Howard University (HU) doctoral students Aamira Chaney and Ronya Foy have received Boren Fellowships to study language and culture in Africa. Both students are part of the African Languages Initiative  program which is designed to increase study of critical languages of Africa. Aamira will be studying Zulu at the University of Zululand at Ngoye in South Africa and Ronya Foy will be studying Swahili at the State University of ...
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Michelle Obama Encourages Students to Study in China
Jan 19, 2011

As part of the " 100,000 Strong" Initiative , First Lady Michelle Obama spoke at a forum hosted by Howard University today.  She spoke about the importance of studying abroad and urged students to visit China.  Following her speech, four students who had studied in China participated in a panel moderated by Ann Stock, the Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs, and shared their experiences. Click...
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