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Two OU students win Boren Award for International Study
Apr 19, 2016

Staff Reports | Posted: Tuesday, April 19, 2016 3:48 pm Michelle Carney Michelle Carney; Carney won the Boren Award for International Study along with Jeremiah Cox. Two OU students have won the Boren Award for International Study, a nationally awarded scholarship named after OU President David Boren.  Michelle Carney, one recipient of the award, is a member  of the Arabic Language Flagship program and is pursuing a major in ...
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Boren Scholar Receives University of Cincinnati's 2016 Presidential Leadership Medal of Excellence
Apr 11, 2016

  HANNAH RANDOLPH Hannah Randolph is from Toledo, Ohio, and graduated high school from Notre Dame Academy. As a member of  Phi Beta Kappa  and  Pi Sigma Alpha , honorariums for arts and sciences and political science respectively, Randolph holds a 4.0 GPA. She will graduate in spring 2016 with a bachelor’s degree with a double major in economics and international affairs, and with minors in mathematics, po...
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CU Denver Student Studies Abroad to Jumpstart Career
Mar 29, 2016

With an end goal in sight – that of helping communities in rural regions of Africa with sustainable development for climate change —  University of Colorado Denver  senior Patrick Woodruff knew that learning to speak Swahili and taking a study abroad trip were important next steps. To obtain help in facilitating the process, Woodruff contacted the  Global Education: Study Abroad  office at CU Denver, where the staff helped ...
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Ole Miss Boren Scholar admitted to Oxford University
Mar 28, 2016

Sunday, March 27, 2016   'During my time at Dyersburg High School, I studied journalism for three years under Mrs. Suzanne Edwards. I feel like that experience, combined with my time in coach Durbin's class, were large factors that led me in this direction. I have always loved the study of media, and how it plays a hand in society,' said William. [Click to enlarge] RACHEL TOWNSEND   rtownsend@stategazette.com Wit...
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Boren Scholar Gets Dose of New Medical Skills in Korea
Mar 9, 2016

March 9, 2016 Hyunjoo "Eunice" Ko When Hyunjoo "Eunice" Ko applied for a  David L. Boren Scholarship  to study in Seoul, South Korea, she knew she would gain advanced skills in the Korean language and experience working in a research lab. She didn’t expect to get a firsthand look at how a nation handles a medical crisis. A deadly 2015 outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) left 36 dead and staggered Seoul’s eco...
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