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Four Drexel Students Win 2016 Boren Awards
Apr 29, 2016

Four Drexel students have received prestigious Boren Awards for International Study and one has been selected as an alternate. These students are among just 270 selected nationwide from 1170 applicants. The Boren Awards recognize students who demonstrate strong academic achievement and commitment to study language and work in regions critical to U.S. national interests. We congratulate these students and the faculty mentors who have g...
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Native American Student at Ithaca College a Double Winner for National Scholarship Honors
Apr 29, 2016

ITHACA, NY—A junior at Ithaca College has earned the distinction of being awarded two prestigious scholarships named for U.S. political and civic leaders. Victor Lopez-Carmen, a pre-med health sciences major, was named both a  Udall Scholar  and the winner of a  Boren Scholarship . Just 60 undergraduates nationwide were recognized by the Udall Foundation for their leadership, public service and commitment to issues related to Ame...
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MSU students awarded Boren Scholarships to study critical languages abroad
Apr 28, 2016

Landon Fortenberry, a sophomore majoring in international relations in James Madison College, and Allison Tumas, a senior majoring in Arabic in the College of Arts and Letters, have received a  Boren Scholarship  to study languages abroad. MSU has produced 36 Boren award recipients since 1991. Boren Scholarships provide up to $20,000 to U.S. undergraduate students studying in areas of the world that are critical to U.S. national se...
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Maya Ramaswamy named 2016 Boren Fellowship Award recipient
Apr 26, 2016

UI International Programs congratulates Maya Ramaswamy on being awarded a Boren Fellowship to study in India during the 2016-17 academic year. Maya is a Ph.D. candidate in the University of Iowa College of Public Health’s Occupational and Environmental Health program. She will study Tamil at VIT University in Tamil Nadu, India. In addition to her language studies, Maya will also conduct a research project aimed at reducing health p...
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Two Boise State Students Win Prestigious Boren Scholarships
Apr 26, 2016

Two Boise State undergraduate students have been awarded a prestigious international scholarship that will allow them to immerse themselves in a foreign culture and pursue their goals of mastering another language while learning the intricate politics of their host countries. The Boren Scholarship is an initiative of the National Security Education Program and provides funding opportunities for undergraduate students to study less co...
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