David L. Boren Awards for International Study

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UB student Kayleigh Reed wins Boren Scholarship to study in India
May 23, 2016

By CHARLES ANZALONE Published May 23, 2016 UB students are enjoying the benefits of the university’s growing interest in study and educational exchange with India, ties that are paying big dividends for students looking for international education and research opportunities. Two UB students have won international study awards to India, and another student is a finalist. The students’ achievements spotlight what has be...
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Bryn Mawr student to study Arabic in Morocco as a Boren Scholar
May 20, 2016

For Lydia Sanchez '18, the road to her Boren Scholarship began with a trip to Argentina as an exchange student and a Google search. As a Boren Scholar, Lydia will be traveling to Morocco to study at the Qalam wa Lawh Center for Arabic Studies. She’s hoping to use the experience as preparation for a federal government career in foreign service.   In Morocco, Lydia will take courses in modern standard and Moroccan colloquial A...
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W&M grad awarded fellowship to study Arabic in Oman
May 19, 2016

by Marisa Spyker  |   May 19, 2016 As Austin Spivey ’16 learned as a high school senior studying abroad in Morocco, sometimes it takes an interest in one thing to realize your passion for something entirely different.  “I was on a trip studying French language and culture in Casablanca, when I rounded a corner and heard a very animated conversation coming from one of the cafes,” she recalled. “I expected them to be spe...
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UNH Student Selected for Highly Competitive Boren National Security Scholarship
May 17, 2016

WEST HAVEN, CONN. -- Harrison R. Kaufman of Rockaway, N.J., has enough credits to be a senior at the University of New Haven. But the biochemistry and national security double major isn't graduating this year. He isn't even expected to graduate next year. He hopes to graduate in 2018.  That's not because he's had academic problems. Just the opposite, in fact. Kaufman, who has a minor in Arabic, was recently named one of only 105 und...
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Mercer Alumnus Adriel Taslim Awarded Boren Fellowship to Study in Thailand
May 17, 2016

    Adriel Taslim   MACON – Mercer University alumnus Adriel Taslim has been awarded a Boren Fellowship to study the Thai language in Thailand during the 2016-2017 academic year. Taslim, from Redding, California, is currently pursuing his Master of International Affairs at the University of California, San Diego, as both a Robertson Fellow and a Rosenthal Fellow of the Association of Professional Schools of International Aff...
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