Eleven students given Fulbright scholarships

Written by

|

August 31, 2007

1:00 PM

Eleven students from the College are traveling abroad on Fulbright scholarships this year. They will be spending a year in countries ranging from Oman and Taiwan to Hungary.

p. The Fulbright scholarship is sponsored by the U.S. State Department and “aims to increase mutual understanding between the peoples of the United States and other countries, through the exchange of persons, knowledge, and skills.” The awards are given out for demonstrated leadership as well as academic and professional success.

p. The Charles Center at the College helps students fill out applications and write essays for the award. According to a College press release, the number of students given the award has risen over the last few years.

Share This Article

Related News

SA passes Hobble Wobble Gobble Act, plans to purchase Thanksgiving turkeys
Inside COLL: Professors raise questions, concerns about implementation of COLL curriculum
Student problems with swipe access stem from data errors

About Author