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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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UMass Student Receives Boren Scholarship
May 14, 2012

University of Massachusetts student Clara Wool '13 has been selected to receive a David L. Boren Scholarship to study in Jordan during the 2012-2013 academic year. The junior from Ayer, Massachusetts, is pursuing two majors in environmental design and Middle Eastern studies.
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Eight UMD ARHU Students Receive Boren Awards
May 12, 2012

Eight students from the University of Maryland (UMD) College of Arts and Humanities (ARHU) have been offered 2012 Boren Scholarships and Fellowships. Two graduate students from ARHU, Daniel Blake and Evan Jones, were offered Boren Fellowships.  In total, five graduate students from Maryland were offered awards. Eight students from UMD were offered Boren Scholarships and six of them, Rushain Abbasi, Zane Buckey, Taylor Osborne,...
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USC Student Receives Boren Scholarship
May 11, 2012

A student from the University of South Carolina (USC), Kathryn Miles, has been awarded a 2012 Boren Scholarship to study in Nanjing, China.  Kathryn is currently a junior and is earning majors in dance performance and political science.  She plans to study Chinese language and culture at Nanjing University for the academic year. Kathryn was recently profiled by the USC Department of Theatre and Dance.  Read the complete profile. ...
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