David L. Boren Awards for International Study

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UAB Honors Student Wins Boren
Jul 22, 2010

Kimberly Michelle Everett, a University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) University Honors Program student, has received a Boren Scholarship to study in China.  Kimberly is an economics major with a concentration in the philosophy of political economy (PPE).  She will spend the fall semester studying Mandarin at Beijing Language and Culture University.  She will continue her language study while also taking economics courses durin...
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Korea Wants to Attract More Foreign Students
Jul 21, 2010

The Korea Times recently published an article entitled "Steps Needed to Woo More Diverse Foreign Students."  In the article, the author explains that the number of foreign students who choose Korea as their destination to study has increased.  However, more than half of those students come from China and officials, including Education Minister Ahn Byung-man, would like to put more effort into attracting students from more diver...
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2 BC Students Receive Boren Scholarships
Jul 19, 2010

Two students from Boston College, Erica Cross and Ashley Thibodeau, were awarded Boren Scholarships to study in South Africa during the 2010-11 academic year. Ashley plans to be a nurse practitioner and is enrolled in the Connell School of Nursing Honors program.  Erica is a political science major in the University’s College of Arts & Sciences. Both Erica and Ashley will enroll in the University of Cape Town and study Xhosa, one...
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UW Student Receives Scholarship
Jul 15, 2010

Daetan Huck, a junior at the University of Washington, was awarded a Boren Scholarship to study Arabic at the American University of Cairo during the 2010-11 academic year.  Daetan is majoring in Near Eastern Languages and Civilization and minoring in Turkish and Arabic.  He is also a United States Marine Corps Officer Candidate. He was profiled in an article from the University of Washington.  Read the complete article .
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