David L. Boren Awards for International Study

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Two BYU Graduate Students Win Boren Awards
Jun 24, 2012

Spencer Humiston and Annie Samhouri from Brigham Young University won Boren Fellowships to study abroad. Spencer was a service missionary in Thailand between 1998 and 2000 and will be returning there to study the current political situation. He hopes to join the State Department when he returns. Annie will be in Jordan, focusing on language study and volunteering at a battered women's shelter. Her past experiences, including internin...
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University of St. Thomas Student Wins Award
Jun 20, 2012

Kayden Bui from the University of St. Thomas has received a Boren Scholarship. He will study at National Chengchi University in Taiwan during the next academic year. As a Chinese and biology double major, Kayden hopes to focus his career on global health. You can find the article written by the University of St. Thomas here .
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Beloit Student Receives Boren Scholarship
Jun 20, 2012

Beloit College junior Vivian Mitnick has received a Boren Scholarship to study at Shandong University in China. Vivian has a Chinese major and environmental studies minor and will be studying abroad for the whole year, where she plans to research environmental degradation issues affecting people in Jinan. Read Beloit College's full profile here .
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5 Years of Independent Study Pays Off
Jun 19, 2012

Villanova University junior Jerisa Upton is going to study abroad at Peking University in China using her Boren Scholarship. She began studying Chinese independently in seventh grade and is now a global interdisciplinary studies major and Chinese studies minor. In the future she hopes to pursue a master's degree and to become a diplomat or political analyst. Jerisa was recently profiled by Villanova. Read the article here .
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Record Number of Scholars from UGA
Jun 19, 2012

Five students, Tia, Malena, John, Christian, and David, from the University of Georgia received Boren Scholarships this year. Tia Ayele, an international affairs major, will spend a year in Addis Ababa studying Amharic and Arabic. She hopes to work in the Department of State after graduating. Arabic and religion majors Malena Lopez-Sotelo will travel to India to improve her Urdu and conduct research on Islamic religious stu...
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