CLS in the Press

New Plymouth Resident Earns Language Scholarship
Source: Independent Enterprise
New Plymouth resident Emily Howe, a December 2016 graduate of Grinnell College, has received a U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship.

4 UK Students to Study Critical Languages Abroad
Source: University of Kentucky News
The University of Kentucky Office of Nationally Competitive Awards has announced four UK students have been awarded Critical Language Scholarships to study Chinese, Japanese and Swahili abroad.

UIC Students Win State Department Scholarships
Source: Daily Herald - Chicago
Awarded from the department's Critical Languages Scholarship program, the competitive study abroad award will place Josephine Chaet, of Chicago (Portage Park/Irving Park); Maria Folvarska, of Itasca, Illinois; and Amreen Matharu, of Vernon Hills, Illinois, in a fully funded eight-week language program that includes cultural enrichment experiences.

Critical Language Scholarships Awarded to Record 12 Pitt Students and Alumni
Source: Pittwire
Twelve current Pitt students and recent alumni have been awarded 2017 Critical Language Scholarships from the U.S. Department of State.

Main Line Native Heads To China On Scholarship
Source: Narberth Patch
Emily Carr, a Dartmouth College junior and a Main Line native, is spending two months immersed in Chinese language and culture this summer.