David L. Boren Awards for International Study

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UofL Congratulates Boren Recipients
Jun 24, 2010

The University of Louisville had a Boren Fellowship and a Boren Scholarship recipient in 2010. Jeffrey Benedict received a Boren Fellowship to study Turkish language and law in Istabul, Turkey. Adria Schwarver, a double major in Political Science and Chemistry, received a Boren Scholarship to study Japanese language and environmental issues at Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University in Beppu, Kyushu, Japan. Jeffrey and Adria were recog...
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4 Pitt Students Receive Boren Scholarships
Jun 22, 2010

Four University of Pittsburgh Honors College students have received 2010 Boren Scholarships. The students and their countries of travel are Utsav Bansal, China; Heather Duschl, Japan; Michelle Sattazahn, China; and Gregory Withers, Tajikistan. Utsav Bansal, who is majoring in neuroscience with minors in chemistry and Spanish, will study Mandarin this summer in Beijing, China. Heather Duschl, a double major in computer engineering ...
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8 UChicago Students Receive Boren Awards
Jun 21, 2010

Students at the University of Chicago were awarded a significant number of prestigious intrenational study awards, including 6 Boren Scholarships and 2 Boren Fellowships. Boren Scholarship Samuel Berkowitz plans to spend the year studying in China. Robert Biship, a Mathematics and Political Science Major, will spend the year studying Arabic in Egypt. Muhammed Khan plans to study in Pakistan. Barbra Kim, who is majoring in Politica...
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Boren Scholar Receives Fulbright
Jun 17, 2010

A Boren Scholar, Claire Balani, has received a Fulbright award to study in China.  Claire received a Boren Scholarship for the 2008-2009 academic year during which she studied in Kunming and Beijing.  She was profiled, along with Austin College's other Fulbright Recipients, in an article from the Herald Democrat .  Read the complete article.
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4 Stanford Students Win Boren Awards
Jun 16, 2010

Four students from Stanford University were selected to receive 2010 Boren Awards for International Study.  Elizabeth Harmon, who is majoring in international relations and Arabic, received a Boren Scholarship to study Arabic at the University of Damascus in Syria. Shane Morrison, a student in the School of Medicine, received a Boren Fellowship to study Albanian in Albania and Kosovo. Susan Garnett Russell, who is a doctoral cand...
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3 USC Students Receive Boren Scholarships
Jun 15, 2010

The University of South Carolina has three 2010 Boren Scholarship recipients. William Brown, who is majoring in Russian with a minor in Islamic Cultural Studies will be studying in Kyrgyzstan. David Ensor, a Mathematics major, will be spending the academic year in Taipei, Taiwan.  Olivia Keyes will study in Japan this summer.  As a double major in Physics and Film Production and Technology, she was eligible for a special summer ...
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2 MSU Engineers Receive Boren Awards
Jun 15, 2010

Two engineering students from Montana State University have received 2010 Boren Awards. Katy Hansen, a student in industrial engineering and economics, has received a Boren Fellowship to study water management in Israel and the Middle East. Lara Wabrek, who is majoring in mechanical engineering, has received a Boren Scholarship to study in Chile. Katy and Lara were recently profiled in an MSU News article.  Read more about their...
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IIT Environmental Management Student Receives Fellowship
Jun 15, 2010

An Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) student, Andrea Clatterbuck, has received a Boren Fellowship to study in Japan during the 2010-11 academic year.  Andrea is a graduate student in environmental management and sustainability.  During her year in Japan, she will study Japanese at Yamasa Institute and intern with the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies. Andrea was recently featured in an IIT Today article.  Read t...
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Boren Scholar Receives Prestigious Awards
Jun 14, 2010

Jaime LeBlanc-Hadley, a 2008 Boren Scholar, has received two major awards to study international development policy at the Monterey Institute of International Studies (MIIS).  She was awarded a $10,000 per year merit scholarship from MIIS and a 2010 Thomas R. Pickering Graduate Foreign Affairs Fellowship, which will fund her graduate studies up to $50,000 annually. As an undergraduate student at Western Michigan University, Jaimie ma...
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The Fletcher School Receives 4 Boren Fellowships
Jun 13, 2010

The Fletcher School at Tufts University had four Boren Fellowship recipients this year: Emily Huston, Samuel Janis, Nona Lambert, and Nichola Minott. Emily Huston will be studying Somali culture and language while also doing research on the role of the diaspora in Somaliland. Samuel Janis had planned to study in Pakistan. Nona Lambert will be living in Tajikistan, studying the Tajik language and community-level conflict management....
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Senate Subcommittee Meets to Discuss Foreign Language Shortage
Jun 12, 2010

A Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs subcommittee is scheduled to meet Thursday to explore deficiencies in federal foreign language capabilities and ways to improve them, according to the office of the subcommittee chairman, Senator Daniel Akaka (D-Hawaii). Click here to read more about the subcommittee and the reports that prompted this hearing.  
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Scholar Meets Congresswoman Roybal-Allard
Jun 10, 2010

As part of the Boren Scholarship Convocation, Scholars had the opportunity to go to Capitol Hill and visit the offices of their senators and members of Congress.  As a result of that meeting, Barbra Kim was able to meet Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard (CA-34) and was featured on Congresswoman Roybal-Allard's website.  Barbra, who is from Los Angeles, is a double major in Political Science and Languages and Literature at the Univ...
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Boren Fellow Receives Recognition
Jun 7, 2010

The U.S. Department of State has named Philip Lyon as State Alumni member of the month. As a graduate student in 2004 at the University of Maryland - College Park, Philip received a Boren Fellowship to study in Croatia.  He is also an alumnus of the U.S. Student Fulbright Program and currently serves as the co-director of the Boren Forum, an alumni organization for recipients of awards from the National Security Education Program. ...
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FSU Student Receives Scholarship
Jun 3, 2010

Caitlin Stull, a senior at Florida State University (FSU), has received a Boren Scholarship to study in Istanbul.  Caitlin is a double major in international affairs and English who plans to pursue a career in the U.S. Foreign Service. Caitlin was recently profiled in an article along with two FSU students who are receiving Critical Language Scholarships. Read the complete article.  
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