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SFS Student Awarded Boren Scholarship
May 27, 2014

Will Riley ’16, an International Politics major in the SFS was recently awarded the prestigious Boren Scholarship for his upcoming yearlong study abroad in Santiago, Chile. Will was one of 165 recipients out of 868 total applicants. We asked Will about his interest in Latin America and its relation to the Boren Scholarship. http://studyabroad.georgetown.edu/page/1242751154689.html
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Hunter College Junior Will Study Mandarin
May 23, 2014

Hunter Gross, a junior at Hunter College, received a Boren Scholarship to study Mandarin through The Language Flagship Program in China.  Hunter studied in China twice before.  In 2012, he participated in Harvard Beijing Academy’s Chinese summer immersion program and, in 2013, he received a Critical Language Scholarship . To read more about Hunter’s overseas and future plans, visit Hunter College’s website .
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IUB Scholar to Study in China
May 22, 2014

A senior at Indiana University Bloomington (IUB), Grace Jeroscak, has won a Boren Scholarship to study Mandarin in China through The Language Flagship Program . Grace is majoring in economics and East Asian languages and culture. While abroad, Grace will complete her capstone for the Flagship Program. Grace is featured on Indiana University’s website .
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PDX Scholars to study in Russia
May 22, 2014

Portland State University (PDX) students Ashley Moe and Miriam Goldman were offered Boren Scholarships to study in Russia through the Russian Language Flagship Program. Ashley has been to Russia twice before.  She studied in Russia prior to joining The Language Flagship and interned with NBC at the Winter Games in Sochi.  She is majoring in Russian language and will complete her Flagship Capstone as a Boren Scholar. Miriam i...
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NWU Students to Study in Jordan, Tanzania and China
May 20, 2014

T hree Nebraska Wesleyan University (NWU) students will be studying Arabic, Swahili and Mandarin on Boren Scholarships in 2014. Amirah Ali-Dinar, who is studying criminal justice, will spend the next year in Jordan where she will study Arabic. Victoria Rosenboom, a political science and mathematics major, will study Swahili in Tanzania. Michael Sutherland is a senior political science major returning to China to continue his...
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