ISA Announces Fall and Academic Year 2017 Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship Winners

ISA would like to congratulate the 21 ISA students awarded the Gilman Scholarship for their upcoming Fall and Academic Year study abroad programs!

Fall and Academic Year 2017 Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship Winners:

Stephanie Austin, Knox College, Seoul – Fall 2

Zahra Barkley, Iowa State University, Prague – Fall 1

Candace Beboe, Ramapo College of New Jersey, Cape Town – Fall 1

Maya Cotton, DePauw University, Bangkok – Fall 1

Ennis Cruz Gonzalez, University of South Florida, Seoul – Fall 2

Chelsea Daniel, Northern Michigan University, Seoul – Fall 2

Ashley Godin, Grand Valley State University, Meknes – Fall 1SL

Courtney Hawkins, Bridgewater College, Meknes – Fall 1

Karina Hernandez, West Texas A&M University, Suva – Fall 1

Jacquelin Kaercher, Arizona State University, Prague – Fall 1

Ruth King, Berea College, Cusco – Fall 1

Kendall Kramer, Central Washington University, Cusco – Fall 1 + Service Learning

Paola Medina, Austin College, Madrid – Fall 3

Treyquana Nelson, University of Maryland – Eastern Shore, San José – Fall 1

Jacqueline Roman, Ohio State University, Seoul – Fall 2

Mikayla Seabaugh, University of Missouri – Kansas City, Cusco – Fall 1SL

Eric Shapiro, Northern Michigan University, Bangkok – Fall 1

Tessa Villanueva, Grand Valley State University, Granada – Academic Year 1A

Trevor Wells, Luther College, Bilbao – Fall 1

Miyah Woodgett, University of Memphis, Bangkok – Fall 1

Ehkhudah Zar, Bethel University, Seoul – Fall 2

 


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