Congratulations to the 50 ISA Summer Students Awarded a Gilman Scholarship

ISA would like to congratulate the 50 ISA students awarded the Gilman Scholarship for their upcoming Summer study abroad programs!

Summer 2016 Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship Winners:

Melissa Swauncy, University of Memphis, Amman – Summer
Carlos Taylor, Western Kentucky University, Amman – Summer
Stephanie Costabile, University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, Amman – Summer + Service Learning
Paris Lynch, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, Barcelona – Summer
James Vogt, Georgia College and State University, Beppu – Summer
Carlos Puerta, University of Houston, Beppu – Summer
Maria Cristina Ospina, University of Texas – Arlington, Berlin – Summer
Aminah Muhammad, University of Missouri – Kansas City, Buenos Aires – Summer
Gabrielle Penaflor, University of Missouri – Kansas City, Buenos Aires – Summer
Claire Tadokoro, University of Missouri – Kansas City, Buenos Aires – Summer
Beulah Agyemang-Barimah, Southwestern University, Buenos Aires – Summer
Maiya Turner, Texas A&M University – College Station, Cusco – Summer
Va’aifetu Ripley, Emmanuel College, Cusco – Summer
Stephania Rengifo, William Paterson University, Florianopolis – Summer
Megan Wurth, University of Louisville, Internship in Australia – June
Cody Guillot, University of Nebraska – Lincoln, Internship in New Zealand – May
Summer Brook Courtney-Lawson, University of South Carolina – Columbia, Internship in Shanghai – June
Isabel Torres, Texas State University – San Marcos, Lima – Summer
Nicholas Gregory, University of Arkansas – Fayetteville, Lima – Summer
Nimasha Fernando, University of Maryland – Baltimore County, Lima – Summer
Sidney Chenoweth, Arizona State University, Lima & Cusco – Summer
Cynthia Chapa, Texas A&M International University, Malaga – Summer
Bria Bridges, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, Meknes – Summer
Shelby Pennycuff, Northern Kentucky University, Meknes – Summer
Hussein Mohamed, Arizona State University, Meknes – Summer
Tiffani Haught, Northern Michigan University, Meknes – Summer
Chelsea Jones, University of Memphis, Meknes – Summer + Service Learning
Nabat Sharif, University of Memphis, Meknes – Summer + Service Learning
DaCarla McDowell, University of Kansas, Paris – Summer
Jazmin Govea, University of Texas – Arlington, Rome – Summer
Victoria Liss, Berry College, San Jose – Summer
Dylan Mast, Western Kentucky University, San Jose – Summer
Mary Claire Kramer, Loyola University New Orleans, San Jose – Summer + Service Learning
Peri Levey, University of Georgia, San Jose – Summer + Service Learning
Rebecca Westphal, Concordia University Wisconsin, San Jose – Summer
Samiha Sadruddin, University of Tennessee – Knoxville, Santander Summer
Roxana Bonachea, University of Florida, Santiago – Summer
Brianna Buford, Middle Tennessee State University, Santiago – Summer + Service Learning
Priscilla Mesa, Arizona State University, Seoul – Summer
Harshida Mistry, Texas A&M University – College Station, Seoul – Summer
Joneesha Collins, University of Memphis, Seoul – Summer
Tori Ikenberry, University of Missouri – Kansas City, Seoul – Summer
Ryan Deering, University of North Texas, Seoul – Summer
Stephanie Flores, University of Texas – El Paso, Seoul – Summer
Lyric Haughton, Florida Atlantic University, Seoul – Summer
Jorge Vega, University of Arkansas – Fayetteville, Sevilla – Summer
Tyra Banks, Concordia University Texas, Seoul – Summer
Kyrsha Goodwin, Cleveland State University, Shanghai – Summer
Jeulani Gahiji, Northern Michigan University, Shanghai – Summer
Alex Lopez, University of Nebraska – Lincoln, Valparaiso and Vina del Mar – Summer

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