David L. Boren Awards for International Study

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U-M Undergraduate students:

All Undergraduate Boren scholarship applications materials must be turned into the Center for Global and Intercultural Study office (G155 Angell Hall) by the campus deadilne. Our office hours are Monday to Friday from 8am-5pm. For your convenience, we have a drop box outside our office door for after office hour delivery.

All undergraduate applicants will be required to sign up for an on-campus interview, which will take place in the Center for Global and Intercultural Study. More information regarding times for the interviews will be available in the CGIS office shortly before the January 14 deadline.

http://www.lsa.umich.edu/cgis/

On-Campus Scholarship Deadline: 01/14/2015



Scholarship-advisor
Dr. Michael Jordan
Director of Center for Global and Intercultural Study
This campus representative can provide you with information about the Boren Scholarship, help in completing the application, and forward your application for review.
G155 Angell Hall
435 S. State Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1003
United States

Main: (734)-764-4311
Office: micjor@umich.edu
 
Fellowship-advisor
Ms. Kelly Peckens
Academic Program Officer
This contact can provide you with application guidance and answer questions about the Boren Fellowship.
University of Michigan International Institute
1080 South University, Suite 2660
Ann Arbor, 48109-1106
United States

Office: 734.764.9135
Office: kpeckens@umich.edu
 

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