2005 Boren NSEP Scholarship Recipients National Security Education Program (NSEP) seeks to enhance U.S. understanding of foreign cultures, strengthen our economic competitiveness, and ensure our 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. Derek Peters, International RelationsDerek will use his …
Carol Wise, the fourth Fulbright scholar in the USC School of International Relations, will spend a year studying effects of NAFTA on Canada and Mexico. Her goal: To pinpoint ways nations can tackle the social deficit created by the agreement.
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 …
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.
Two USC students have been selected as 2004 Marshall Scholars.
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.
Success not shared is failure, Jacob Chacko’s mother frequently told him as he was growing up.
Caitlin L. Goddard – 1999Undergraduate School: University of Southern CaliforniaMajor: EnglishGraduate School: New York University GraduateField: English and American Literature
Desmond Mun-Kit Koh – who stands poised to become USC’s third Rhodes Scholar in six years – waded into competitive swimming as a 7-year-old in Singapore.
The rewards are great but the competition is immense.
Three young women from Pomona College, Stanford and USC are among 32 Americans chosen as Rhodes Scholars, entitling them to two years of study at Oxford University in England.