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Drexel Sends First Dragon to Kazakhstan
Aug 3, 2016

For the first time ever, a Drexel student will study in Kazakhstan on a sponsored program or fellowship. Caitlin Walczyk, a pre-junior with a double major in international area studies and political science from the College of Arts and Sciences, will make Drexel history in the upcoming academic year when she spends nine months in the country as a  Boren Awards  honoree. The scholarship supports students who want to study a language ...
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Clark student wins prestigious Boren Scholarship
Aug 2, 2016

Thomas Hutto ’17 walked into a Chinese 101 class his first year at Clark University. His goal was to complete the language requirement, but he left the course with a passion for a culture a world away from where he grew up and an eye toward incredible opportunities there. Hutto, an  economics  major from Louisville, Kentucky, recently won a prestigious  David L. Boren Scholarship  that he’s using to further his love for the cu...
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UNC-Chapel Hill graduate student and alumna receive Boren Fellowships
Jul 20, 2016

(Chapel Hill, N.C.—July 20, 2016) – Christine Kim, a University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill graduate student, and Julia Tenyotkin, a Carolina alumna, have each been awarded the National Security Education Program’s David L. Boren Fellowship, which supports fields of study, particularly languages, identified as critical to United States national security.   Valued at up to $30,000, Boren scholarships are awarded to graduat...
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Schoeman is UNG's second Boren Scholar of 2016
Jul 14, 2016

Strauss Schoeman, a junior at the University of North Georgia (UNG), has been awarded a prestigious David L. Boren Scholarship, a national award to study abroad worth up to $20,000 that is funded by the U.S. Department of Defense. Schoeman, a computer science major, and two other UNG juniors also received a scholarship to study for a year at ZheJiang Normal University in Jinhua, courtesy of Chinese Government Scholarships from the ...
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Tulane University Altman scholar learns language and business in Senegal
Jun 23, 2016

Amanda Verdi’s study abroad experience will be a little out of the ordinary. Through the Tulane University  Altman Program in International Studies and Business , Verdi will spend the fall semester of her junior year in Dakar, Senegal. She chose Senegal because it is an influential U.S. ally in a turbulent region, as well as a place with many service opportunities. The Altman program is a selective four-year undergraduate program t...
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