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UNIVERSITY NOTES: South graduate to study in China as Boren Scholar
Aug 27, 2008

UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS BOREN SCHOLAR: Lee “Mickey” Clemon, a junior from Olathe South High School, has been selected as a 2008 David L. Boren Undergraduate Scholar by the National Security Education Program. Clemon, who is majoring in mechanical engineering, is among 150 students nationwide selected from a pool of 697 applicants for the Boren scholarships. The awards provide funding for study abroad to scholars planning career...
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Chris Powers presents on the Boren Program - WMU September 3, 2008
Aug 25, 2008

Christopher Powers, Director Education Abroad Programs, NSEP Boren Fellowship and Scholarship Program, will present to interested Western Michigan University students, staff, and faculty at 10 am in room 211 of the Bernhard Center on September 3, 2008.  The presentation is open to students, faculty, and advisors interested in learning how undergraduate and graduate students can apply for scholarships and fellowships for study abroad...
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RALEIGH STUDENT HONORED
Aug 1, 2008

Georgetown University student Catherine Brennan, an international history major from Raleigh, was awarded a David L. Boren Undergraduate Scholarship by the National Security Education Program to study at the McGhee Center for Eastern Mediterranean Studies in Alanya, Turkey, this fall. The scholarships are awarded to American students to study world regions critical to U.S. interests. They are intended to provide support to U.S. gradu...
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