On-Campus Scholarship Deadline: 01/26/2015
Ms. Katie Saur
|Office of Overseas Study|
Leo R. Dowling International Center
111 S. Jordan Ave
Bloomington, IN 47405
|Office: (812) 855-9304|
This school does not have a campus representative for the Boren Fellowship.
Boren Fellowships do not have an on-campus deadline. Please complete the online application for the Boren Fellowships by the national deadline date - January 27, 2015. Send supplementary materials to:
Institute Of International Education
1400 K St. NW Suite 700
Washington, DC 20005
Should you have any questions about the Boren Scholarship or Fellowship, contact us at 1-800-618-6737 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
NewsIUB Scholar to Study in China
A senior at Indiana University Bloomington (IUB), Grace Jeroscak, has won a Boren Scholarship to study Mandarin in China through The Language Flagship Program . Grace is majoring in economics and East Asian languages and culture. While abroad, Grace will complete her capstone for the Flagship Program. Grace is featured on Indiana University’s website .
Leonard Leid, a graduate student at the Russian and East European Institute at Indiana University in Bloomington, has received a Boren Fellowship to study the social, economic, and environmental implications of agricultural practices in Brasov, Romania. Leonard's religious background prohibited him from attending school past the eighth grade so he worked on the family farm instead. Motivated by his desire to travel, he took the GED and...
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...
Indiana University Bloomington is in the process of establishing The Language Flagship in Turkish and other Turkic languages. They were recently awarded an institutional grant from The Language Flagship, an initiative of the National Security Education Program. IU Bloomington already has Language Flagship Programs in Chinese and Swahili. To find out more about IU Bloomington's Flagship Program in Turkish and other Turk...
Indiana University (IU) has been awarded a grant from The Language Flagship for its graduate level activities in Chinese. The Language Flagship, part of the National Security Education Program (NSEP), combines innovative campus curricula and overseas immersion to help students reach advanced competency in critical languages. The Asian American Press recently published an article about IU's Flagship program. Read the compl...
Students from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana received more than 35 nationally competitive awards for international study during the 2010-2011 academic year. Indiana University Media Relations recently issued a news release containing the names of all of their award winners, including four students who received Boren Awards. Boren Fellowships Gregory Auclair -- Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, Syria Timothy T...
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Five Indiana University graduate students were awarded Boren Fellowships for the 2009-2010 academic year. They will be studying or conducting research in Kyrgyzstan, China, Tunisia and Russia. These students were recently profiled in the IU News Room . Read the complete article.