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UC student wins prestigious Truman Scholarship

Adam Elzarka (Arabic '22) received the Truman and two other nationally competitive awards. Adam Elzarka is only the second University of Cincinnati student to win the prestigious Harry S. Truman Scholarship, following his passion for refugee and immigrant resettlement toward a future role shaping public health policy.

CLS in the Press — May 06, 2022

Sarah Schlosser

Sarah Schlosser is an alumna of the 2021 CLS Hindi Program hosted virtually by American Institute of Indian Studies in Jaipur, India. Sarah received her Master of Fine Arts in Book Studies from the University of Iowa and  Bachelor of Fine Arts in Printmaking and Photography from Kent State Uni…

Alumni Profile — May 02, 2022

Conn Students Awarded Critical Language Scholarships

In the midst of applying for jobs, deciding on masters programs, and figuring out next steps, two Conn seniors will be headed abroad for the summer for intensive language study. Julia Graham and Jordan Westlake both received a Critical Language Scholarship from the United States Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs for ten weeks of study.

CLS in the Press — April 26, 2022