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 has been recognized as one of the top 40 research institutions in the United States to cultivate Fulbright Student Grant recipients, according to the Fulbright Program, the U.S. government’s flagship international educational exchange program.
Senior Alexander Fullman has been awarded a prestigious Marshall Scholarship, one of the most coveted honors an American undergraduate can receive.
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.
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 …
Goalie Michael Shashoua, a four-year member of USC’s men’s water polo team, has experienced a lot of success in the pool.
Travis Glynn is a big-picture person. The USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences junior tackles problems by considering the matter at hand. He also approaches his life the same way.
This year, seven of the 10 USC students and alumni awarded Fulbright Fellowships are from the USC Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences. They will teach English, conduct research and study in various parts of the world.
To date, 10 current and recently graduated Trojans have received the Fulbright Fellowship to study, conduct research or teach abroad. The recipients were selected on the basis of academic achievement and commitment to cultural engagement.
2011 Churchill Scholarship Recipients Each year the Winston Churchill Foundation awards fourteen scholarship to American university students, offering them the opportunity to study for one year at the University of Cambridge, with tuition, travel and living expenses paid. Churchill Scholars demonstrate outstanding academic achievement, and the potential to contribute to the advancement of knowledge by pursuing original, creative work in …
USC Viterbi School of Engineering senior Craig Western is one of 18 students nationwide selected to participate in the highly competitive Luce Scholars program.
Daniel J. Strouse, one of 14 students from U.S. universities chosen to receive the prestigious Churchill Scholarship, is the first at USC.
USC College graduate David Livingston will tackle energy, climate change and other environmental issues in Washington, D.C., with a fellowship from the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
2010 Carnegie Junior Fellows Program Recipients David Livingston is a USC alumnus with a degree in international relations who will tackle energy, climate change and other environmental issues during his research fellowship in Washington D.C. 2010 Critical Language Scholarship Recipients Amy Herrmann studied Arabic in Tangier, Morocco.Kenneth Provencher studied Japanese in Kyoto, Japan.Michael Scott studied Arabic in Alexandria, Egypt.Ken Sofer studied Arabic in Amman, Jordan. …
Dawn Powell will study Sino-Brazilian economic relations as a 2010-11 Fulbright Fellow to Brazil.