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Open Doors 2014 Report Released
Nov 16, 2014

Open Doors 2014 was released on November 17, 2014.  IIE held a briefing at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, with the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, to celebrate the 15th International Education Week.  Read More. 
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AFLI participant Wade Southwell pursues studies of isiZulu in UKZN
Oct 23, 2014

Mr. Wade Southwell of Ozarks Technical Community College in Springfield, Missouri in the United States is at UKZN’s  College of Humanities  on a scholarship to study isiZulu. Southwell won the Boren Scholarship for International Study worth US$25 000 to pursue a year-long study of the language.  Before arriving at UKZN, Southwell took a two-month isiZulu course at the University of Florida as part of the scholarship requir...
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Sean Murawski, a 2008 Boren Scholar, receives NSEP Alumni Award
Sep 16, 2014

Howard Baker, Jr. Award Recipient Sean Murawski, a 2008 Boren Scholar, studied Mandarin in China.  Lt Murawski currently serves as Chief of Intelligence Training for the 563d Rescue Squadron and its associate units at Davis Monthan AFB, where he is responsible for organizing and conducting Intelligence training for 35 Intel analysts and over 350 aircrew across six squadrons.  Lt Murawski has directly supported daily rescue an...
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Zachary Rybarcyzk, graduate student from American University, receives a Boren Fellowship 2014
Aug 28, 2014

Rybarcyk will be enrolling in an Arabic language program in Rabat, while also using his research focus in environmental policy to examine water and sanitation resources in Morocco. Read More
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University of Florida graduate student Amy Panikowski receives 2014 Boren Award
Aug 20, 2014

University of Florida graduate student Amy Panikowski has received a 2014 Boren Award, and plans to head to South Africa in the fall to continue her studies in Zulu. As part of the African Foreign Languages Initiative (AFLI), Panikowski has supplemented her Zulu language studies with a summer of domestic language study at the University of Florida. Along with language studies, Panikowski will also be doing research in sustainable develo...
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