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Record Number of GW Students Win Prestigious Boren Scholarships to Study Underrepresented Languages
Jul 1, 2008

WASHINGTON - Seven George Washington University students have been awarded highly competitive 2007-08 David L. Boren Undergraduate Scholarships for study abroad by the National Security Education Program. The Boren Scholarships are made available to undergraduates who are citizens of the United States to focus on languages and cultures currently underrepresented in study abroad and critical to national security. The seven winners are: ...
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Miami junior gets $8,000 scholarship
Jun 20, 2008

Miami University junior Cameron Huckabee is the recipient of an $8,000 David L. Boren Scholarship for study abroad. Huckabee is a diplomacy and foreign studies major with minors in East Asian studies and Chinese. Huckabee will use the scholarship to participate in an intensive language study program in Beijing, China, this summer. Boren scholarships are sponsored by the National Security Education Program to support U.S. undergraduat...
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Senior's Scholarship Funds Study in West Bank
Jun 18, 2008

Jordann Sullivan, a senior studying political science and Middle Eastern studies at the University of Kentucky, has been awarded a National Security Education Program (NSEP) David L. Boren Undergraduate Scholarship. Sullivan, the daughter of David and Geri Sullivan of Nicholasville, Ky., will receive a $20,000 award that will cover her expenses as she spends a year studying Arabic at Birzeit University in Palestine's West Bank.  “...
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Major National Security Education Program awards for two WMU students
Jun 18, 2008

Two Western Michigan University students were recently awarded highly competitive Boren awards from the National Security Education Program to conduct research in Kenya and China. Courtney Marie Buck, a political science graduate student working on a master's degree in international development administration, received a Boren fellowship worth more than $19,000 to conduct biofuel research in Kenya. Buck was one of 92 recipients select...
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University of Illinois 2008 NSEP recipients
Jun 9, 2008

CHAMPAIGN, Ill.  University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign students faired admirably in the recent National Security Education Program (NSEP) competitions. Four students received Boren Undergraduate Scholarships for study abroad during the 2008-09 academic year and one Ph.D. student received a Boren Graduate Fellowship. Another three Illinois candidates were named alternates. “The sustained success of Illinois applicants in these c...
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Students win awards for research abroad
Jun 6, 2008

A Lawrence doctoral student at Kansas University won a Fulbright U.S. Student Program award to study abroad. Cameron Siler received the Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Program grant to conduct research and outreach in the Philippines, KU announced Wednesday. She was among six KU students who won prestigious Fulbright awards or David L. Boren Graduate Fellowships for study and research abroad for the 2008-09 acade...
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Scholarships Aid Students in International Pursuits
Jun 6, 2008

New culture, new people and new customs are some of the things three BYU students will face during their travels abroad. Interest in international affairs drove Estee Ward, Miles Hansen and Marco Moreno-Campoy Jr. to apply for the David L. Boren National Security Education Program (NSEP.) The NSEP encourages students to apply for the merit scholarship, which offers recipients between $8,000 and $20,000 to put toward studying in co...
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Students studying abroad extend ASU’s global reach
Jun 5, 2008

At least 21 ASU students and recent graduates will be studying and teaching abroad next year, having won prestigious Fulbright and National Security Education Program (NSEP) awards. Their destinations include 17 different countries. Their projects range from studying the elections process in Russia to analyzing Arabic media in Egypt. One student will examine the development of nanotechnology in Mexico, while another plans to explore t...
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Pepperdine Students Awarded Scholarships on National Security
Jun 1, 2008

As National Security becomes a growing source of national “insecurity,” two Pepperdine University students may have a hand in the solution. The National Security Education Program (NSEP) recently chose Seaver College sophomore Zackary Licudine (’11) and graduate Wrenn Yennie (’07) as recipients of David L. Boren awards. The NSEP David L. Boren Scholarship (for undergraduate students) and the NSEP David L. Boren Graduate Fello...
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Tufts veterinary student travels to Asia, Africa on fellowships
Jun 1, 2008

One fellowship has allowed Elliott Garber to study zoonoses in India. The other fellowship will allow him to study disease transmission between wildlife and livestock in Mozambique and Angola. Garber is a Tufts University student working on a veterinary degree along with master's degrees in public health and comparative biomedical sciences. He received the first fellowship from the Fogarty International Clinical Research Scholars Prog...
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