Three students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln have received scholarships to study a foreign language abroad this summer.
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Emily Key will study Mandarin this summer with the Critical Language Scholarship Program. Joining Key as MU recipients of a CLS is Clare Roth, a journalism and international studies dual major from New Haven, Missouri, and Victor Topouria, a journalism major with an emphasis in international strategic communication from Columbia, Missouri.
For the first time since 2008, four University of Oklahoma students have been awarded the Critical Language Scholarship by the U.S. Department of State to study abroad for summer 2018.
Jessica Kurtz, a 2015 graduate of Boyertown Area Senior High School and current student at Hofstra University, will be studying Swahili in Tanzania this summer after winning the U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship.
Three students from CSU received the Critical Language Scholarship this year: Destiny Burnsworth, Hannah Hurlbut and Ashley Van Dyke.
University of Iowa International Relations major Alex Bare of Walcott, Iowa, has been awarded a 2018 U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) and will travel to Ibri, Oman, this summer for an intensive language and cultural immersion program at the Noor Majan Institute.
Bard College senior Adelina Colaku ’18, an economics and political studies major, and junior Evan Tims ’19, a written arts and human rights major, have both won highly selective Critical Language Scholarships (CLS) for the 2018 summer session.
West Virginia University students Adam Craig and Brandon Brown will study abroad this summer as recipients of the highly competitive U.S. Department of State’s Critical Language Scholarship.
Christian Thompson, a double major in international business and Japanese, said he will travel overseas to learn more about the language of his choice and the experiences that come with it.
Among the students chosen as scholars include Akshayaa Chittibabu (CLS Korean 2017).