David L. Boren Awards for International Study

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Two UK students win Boren Awards to Russia and Jordan
May 20, 2014

University of Kentucky (UK) students, Cassidy Henry and Samuel Northrup, have won Boren Awards to fund their study of Russian and Arabic. Cassidy Henry, an international affairs graduate student, will study Russian in Irkutsk and Vladivostok, Russia. Cassidy studied abroad in Russia as an undergraduate student and received a Fulbright to do research in Macedonia.   Samuel Northrup, a political science and international studie...
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Pitt Students to Study in Brazil and Kenya
May 19, 2014

Z achary Patton and Courtney Queen, students at the University of Pittsburgh (Pitt), have received Boren Awards for the 2014-2015 academic year. Zachary, an undergraduate student, will study Portuguese in Brazil while researching social and environmental policy and their relationship with energy security. Zachary is majoring in communication and rhetoric as well as philosophy with a minor in Portuguese. While Zachary particip...
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Bowdoin Junior to Study in Jordan
May 19, 2014

E van Bulman, economics major at Bowdoin College, was selected for a Boren Scholarship and will spend a year in Jordan studying Arabic. He began studying the language because of the political and economic importance of the Middle East region and hope for a future career with the Department of State.  Evan was featured on Bowdoin College’s website .
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Four Boren Scholarships for UGA
May 19, 2014

F our students at the University of Georgia (UGA) were awarded 2014 Boren Scholarships.  Andrew Jarnagin, a sophomore majoring in history and Arabic and Kara Fambrough, a junior majoring in international affairs and Arabic, will both study in Amman, Jordan. Blake Traeger, a freshman majoring in international affairs, will study in Sao Paulo, Brazil while  Rodrigo Tapia, a junior majoring in chemistry and mathematics with a min...
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Grad at University of Iowa Studies Georgian
May 18, 2014

C hris Anderson, a graduate student in comparative politics at the University of Iowa, will use his Boren Fellowship to study in Georgia at Tbilisi State University. Chris will study Georgian and intern with the Georgian Opinion Research Business International (GORBI), a Tbilisi-based public opinion polling agency. Chris is featured on the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences page of the University of Iowa website .
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