Four Florida State University students will study abroad in an intensive overseas language and cultural immersion program thanks to the prestigious Critical Language Scholarship, offered through the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.
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A University of Louisville scholar from Bardstown has earned a Critical Language Scholarship. Nada Kaissieh is one of five U of L Critical Language Scholars this year.
We are happy to present to you the 578 finalists for the Summer 2018 CLS Program, accompanied by PDF press releases for each of your institutions institution with a finalist on the CLS Program: http://www.clscholarship.org/universities/press-releases/2018 Finalists for the CLS Program represent over 230 institutions of higher education across the United States, including comm...
Indonesia, Kyrgyzstan summer destinations for three students awarded U.S. State Department Critical Language Scholarships
Strengthening their foreign language skills will be on the top of three Lawrence University students’ to-do lists this summer thanks to the U.S. Department of State. Senior Mikaela Marget and juniors Jonathan Rubin and Heidi Arnold each have been awarded a Critical Language Scholarship for an intensive overseas language and cultural immersion program.
Two Washington and Lee University students have received Critical Language Scholarships for Summer 2018: Elizabeth McDonald ‘18 for Japanese and Riley Ries ‘19 for Russian. McDonald will study in Hikone, Japan, while Ries will study in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.
Lillian Chien, a 2018 UAB graduate who earned bachelor's degrees in neuroscience and international studies, Ayla McCay, a sophomore majoring in international studies, and Kaitlin McLeod, a junior neuroscience major, have been selected for the U.S. Department of State’s Critical Language Scholarship program.
DePauw University senior Miranda Dafoe will spend this summer in Lucknow, India, studying Urdu, the official national language of Pakistan, as the recipient of a Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) from the U.S. Department of State.
Two seniors and a May graduate will be studying Chinese language and culture in China this summer, as recipients of the prestigious Critical Language Scholarship.
Houston junior Melissa Torres never thought that her studies at Lamar would take her to India. It will now, because with the assistance of Lamar Study Abroad she has been awarded a Critical Language Scholarship through the U.S. state department, one of the most prestigious language programs in the nation.
Three students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln have received scholarships to study a foreign language abroad this summer.