David L. Boren Awards for International Study

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Study Abroad Boosts Creativity
Aug 21, 2012

Newly published research conducted at the University of Florida, Gainesville provides evidence that studying overseas boosts one's creativity.  The research was conducted by Christine Lee, David Therriault, and Tracy Linderholm and was published in the journal Applied Cognitive Psychology . To learn more about their research, read the summary printed in the Pacific Standard .
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Fellow in Tanzania Produces Videos
Aug 17, 2012

Rebekah Wilberg, a political science student from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, received a 2011 Boren Fellowship to particpate in the African Languages Initiative.  As part of the initiative, she studied Swahili at the University of Florida over the summer and continued her studies through the fall at The State University of Zanzibar in Tanzania.  She remained in Tanzania through the spring, studying Swahili and interning w...
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UO Student to Study in Jordan
Aug 16, 2012

Samantha Densmore, a student at the University of Oregon (UO), has received a Boren Scholarship to study in Jordan for the 2012-13 academic year.  Samantha is earning a major in international relations and a minor in political science. Samantha was recently profiled by the La Grande Observer.  Read the article. 
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UAlbany Student Leaves for South Korea
Aug 15, 2012

Andrew Chang, a junior at University of Albanay, State University of New York (UAlbany), leaves this Friday, August 17th to study in South Korea.  He was interviewed by the UAlbany NewsCenter about his preparations to go overseas.  Read the article.
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Video from Boren Fellow in Bangladesh
Aug 9, 2012

Jodi-Kaye Wade, a 2010 Boren Fellow from Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University, produced a video about her experience in Bangladesh.
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