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2018 Fellowship Recipients

2018 Astronaut Scholarship Recipient Nina Singh is a rising senior pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering and was selected for a 2018/2019 Astronaut Scholarship. She previously won the Astronaut Scholarship for the 2017/2018 academic year. As a part of this honor, scholars receive up to a $10,000 award; expense paid trip to Washington, D.C. for the “Innovators Gala”; mentoring by …

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2016 Fellowship Recipients

2016 Boren Scholarship Recipients This year, the Institute of International Education, which administers the awards on behalf of NSEP, received 820 applications from undergraduate students for the Boren Scholarship and 165 were awarded. Samantha Archie is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and the Global Economy.  Samantha will study in Tanzania on the Boren Scholarship African Flagship Languages Initiative. Vivian Le is pursuing …

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2013 Fellowship Recipients

2013 Boren Scholarship Recipients Jason Finkelstein is one of 161 students selected out of 947 students for the 2013 National Security Education Program (NSEP) Boren Scholarship. Through the Boren Scholarship, Jason will be studying Russian at the Irkutsk State Linguistic University in the summer and at St. Petersburg State University in the fall.Jason is a sophomore majoring in International Relations and …

USC Dornsife Senior Named 2013 Marshall Scholar

USC Dornsife political science major Alexander Fullman has been awarded a Marshall Scholarship, one of the most coveted honors an American undergraduate can receive. He is planning to attend the University of Oxford next Fall to earn a master of philosophy in comparative government.

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2012 Fellowship Recipients

2012 Boren Fellowships Recipients Heather Ashby is a fourth year doctoral student in the History. She plans to use the Boren Fellowship to study Russian and conduct research for her dissertation on the impact of Woodrow Wilson and Vladimir Lenin’s ideas of self-determination on people in Asia, Africa, and the Americas. In Moscow, Heather will examine Soviet documents about Third World …

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2007 Fellowship Recipients

2007 Boren Scholarship Recipients Doreen Grosvirt-DramenEconomics/International Relations MajorThe National Security Education Program seeks to enhance U.S. understanding of foreign cultures, strengthen economic competitiveness, and ensure national security by fully funding students to enter a study abroad program outside of Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Western Europe with intent to learn a new language. Doreen will spend an academic year in …

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2004 Fellowship Recipients

2004 Boren Scholarship Recipients Brandon Marc Higa, B.A./M.A., International RelationsBrandon Marc, graduating with a dual Bachelor’s/Master’s degree in International Relations and minor in East Asian Languages and Cultures, will use his NSEP scholarship for advanced language study at Stanford University’s Inter-University Center for Japanese Language Studies in Yokohama. Brandon Marc, who previously studied in Japan under the auspices of a …

The Sky’s the Limit

David Chacko, USC’s 2004 valedictorian, is a student with an impressive array of accomplishments – including being named a 2004 Marshall Scholar this spring. He credits his parents as the inspiration for his achievements.

USC Senior Awarded Marshall Scholarship

Paul Miller is on a roll.  The USC senior was awarded the prestigious Truman Scholarship last year and recently got word that he had been selected for two others – the Marshall and George J. Mitchell scholarships.