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News and Stories
Before she graduates, Brandy Darling ’19 wants to travel to China as many times as possible. It’s only taken her one year to be well on her way.
Portland Community College student Isabelle McRae has focused her education on international studies and hopes to someday be a translator.
About once a week, CLS Alumna Kelsey Norman plops into a chair at her kitchen table in Los Angeles, fires up Skype and dials Asalah Razzouk, a refugee living in the mountains of Lebanon.
Eight University of Virginia scholars will spend their summers immersed in foreign cultures and languages, thanks to Critical Language Scholarships from the U.S. Department of State.
Eight Florida State University students have received prestigious scholarships that will allow them to travel abroad to study languages deemed critical to the nation’s interests.
Twenty university students selected under a U.S. State Department scholarship plan embarked on an eight-week intensive Chinese-language program at National Cheng Kung University in Tainan.
St. Olaf College students Jordan Brown ’16, Abbigail Hull ’17, and Anja Selland ’16 will spend the summer in an intense learning environment abroad after receiving a U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship.
This summer, rising College sophomore Daniel Blackey and 2016 College graduate William Dossett will each embark on a unique study abroad experience through the Critical Language Scholarship program.