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MES Doctoral Student Kim Guiler Wins Boren Fellowship for International Study
Jul 29, 2014

University of Texas graduate student and Boren Fellowship awardee, Kim Guiler, will travel to Turkey this fall for one year. Guiler will use her Boren funding to study Turkish, as well as to conduct doctoral research with Bogaziçi University on voting preferences in the Middle East. Read more about Guiler's doctoral research plans at the University of Texas at Austin's College of Liberal Arts feature page here
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US Reaches Major Milestone: 100,000 American Students Study in China
Jul 9, 2014

Congratulations to the 100,000K Strong for successfully accomplishing the initiative set forth in 2010 to send 100,000 American students to study abroad in China by 2014. This goal stands not as an end, but a beginning as optimism remains high for 100K Strong’s future initiatives to diversify and expand education abroad options available to non-traditional and minority students. Read more about 100K Strong's movement towar...
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WFU graduate student receives prestigious Boren Award
Jul 7, 2014

Nazanin Kaussari, a graduate student in the Interpreting and Translation Studies Program at Wake Forest University, has received a Boren Fellowship for the upcoming academic year. Kaussari will use her Fellowship to continue studying the Persian language, along with conducting research in linguistic studies. More about the Wake Forest University graduate student can be viewed here
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Languages, Linguistics, & Literature working to supply workforce demand
Jul 2, 2014

The University of Hawaii at Manoa manages two Language Flagship programs for Korean and Chinese. These programs help students to become proficient in their target language, while also preparing them to enter the global workforce. To learn more about the language flagship programs visit their website here To read more about the language flagships at the University of Hawaii Manoa, use this link
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UO sophomore awarded Boren Scholarship to study national security and linguistics in China
Jun 26, 2014

A duel major in Chinese and Public Policy and Management, Erik Thorbeck will spend two semesters in Nanjing University. Thorbeck hopes to improve his level of proficiency in the Mandarin language in order to use the language in a professional work environment. To read more about Thorbeck's plans while abroad, visit the University of Oregon website here
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