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CLS Japanese scholars watched a special lecture on Water Environment Management by Professor Yoshitaka Nakajima in Okayama University's Faculty of Environmental Science and Engineering. Students learned about different types of water quality conservation activities at Okayama University and greater Okayama Prefecture.

CLS in the Press — July 14, 2021

Powell student receives language scholarship

Three University of Wyoming students, including one from Powell, have been awarded U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarships (CLS) to study languages this summer. Students selected have diverse interests and are from a wide range of fields of study and career paths.

CLS in the Press — July 14, 2021

St. Tammany residents win top awards in Baton Rouge

This school year, a record number of LSU students received national scholarships and recognitions, including three from St. Tammany Parish — Slidell resident Brianna Robertson and Covington residents Bridget Seghers and Jacob Lyons. Segers, a freshman, was awarded a U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship to study Swahili during this summer.

CLS in the Press — July 13, 2021