David L. Boren Awards for International Study

Find your campus representative

To find your on-campus deadline and other campus information, select the state where your
institution is located:

Search:
by institution's name, advisor's first name or last name
Filter by state:

News

4 Result(s)
Kingston woman, UNH student wins Arabic scholarship
May 31, 2009

A University of New Hampshire freshman has won a scholarship to study Arabic in Egypt next semester. Jeanna Diorio, 19, of Kingston has been awarded a National Security Education Program Boren Scholarship. Diorio was one of 130 students across the country to receive an award. She competed among 896 applicants. Diorio has a dual major in international affairs and political science, with a minor in history. She is a graduate of Timberl...
Read More

FSU Campus Notes - Ho, Callejas are Boren scholars
May 31, 2009

Florida State University students Alena Ho and Isabel Callejas have been awarded Boren Scholarships to study less commonly taught languages in world regions critical to U.S. interests. Ho will be studying Turkish in Istanbul for one year while Callejas will be studying Swahili in Tanzania for one year. The scholarship offers a maximum of $10,000 for a semester and $20,000 for an academic year for each student. To view the article, ple...
Read More

Four CU-Boulder Students Win Boren Scholarships for International Study
May 21, 2009

Four University of Colorado at Boulder undergraduate students have been awarded a David L. Boren Scholarship, one of the most competitive and coveted national scholarships for undergraduate international study. The four students are Jacob Burton, an international affairs and computer science engineering major, Alex Cooper, a Chinese and environmental studies major, Alexi Douvas, a business and Chinese major, and Lauren Rhoades, an En...
Read More

Grinnell College student wins Boren Scholarship for study in China
May 11, 2009

Grinnell College student Johana Lozano was awarded a Boren Scholarship, a $10,000 nationally competitive study abroad scholarship sponsored by the National Security Education Program. Lozano, a second-year chemistry major with an environmental studies concentration from Los Angeles, Calif., will use the scholarship to attend an intensive language program in Shanghai to learn about Chinese language and culture, and hopes to do coursewo...
Read More