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CSU Has First Boren Scholar Since 2001
May 19, 2012

A student from Colorado State University (CSU), Douglas Winter, is the first CSU undergraduate to receive a Boren Scholarship since 2001. Douglas, who is majoring in agricultural business, plans to spend the academic year studying Russian at The London School in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan for the 2012-13 academic year. Douglas was recently profiled in an article by Today @Colorado State .  View the complete article.
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Four Boren Scholars from OSU
May 18, 2012

Four students from Ohio State University (OSU), Sofia Bachman, Zoe Maani, Cory Sabet, and Brian Yeh, were selected to receive 2012 Boren Scholarships.  Sofia, who is majoring in Spanish and Russian, plans to study in Russia. Zoe,  who is majoring in Arabic Languages and Literatures and African-American and African Studies, will study Arabic in Jordan. Cory, an International Relations and Chinese Languages and Literatures major...
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Two IUB Students Awarded Boren Scholarships
May 17, 2012

Two students from Indiana University in Bloomington (IUB), Kirsten Douglass and Timothy Hoffelder, have been awarded 2012 Boren Scholarships. Kirsten, an International Studies and Near Eastern Languages and Cultures major, will study in Amman, Jordan. Timothy, who is majoring in Linguistics and French, will spend the academic year in Tanzania with the Swahili Language Flagship program. IUB recently published an article about their...
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WVU Student Returns to Ghana as Boren Scholar
May 15, 2012

Chelsea Hodgkins, a student at West Virginia University (WVU) majoring in international studies and geography, has been awarded a 2012 Boren Scholarship.  Chelsea has already studied abroad in Malawi and, last April, travelled to Ghana as part of an initiative to install a water filtration system. Chelsea was recently profiled by WBOY 12 News .  Read the article and watch the video. As the ninth Boren Scholar from WVU, she...
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Gamma Rho Alum wins Boren Fellowship
May 15, 2012

Matthew Becker, a Ph.D. Candidate in Political Science at the University of Mississippi, has received a Boren Fellowship to study in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Matthew earned his M.S. from Florida State University and was recently profiled by the Theta Chi Fraternity.  View the complete article.
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