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International Scholarships

Major prestigious national and international academic awards

These members of the student body have been awarded major prestigious national and international academic awards and scholarships.

2014 Awardees:

  • Hastea Darabian, a junior from Winnetka, Calif.; Hannah Meyer, a junior from Napoleon, Ohio; Rebecca Morgan, a junior from Glyn Ellen, Ill.; Jasmine Passa, a junior from Arlington, Va.; Gabrielle Rickle, a junior from Fostoria, Ohio and Laura Spence, a junior from Newark, Ohio, who all were awarded a Benjamin Gilman Scholarship to assist with off-campus study programs.
  • Alexandria Richardson, a sophomore from Moon Township, Pa., and Evan Woodnorth, a sophomore from Whitefish Bay, Wisc., were awarded a Boren Scholarship for study abroad in areas of the world that are critical to U.S. interests and are underrepresented in off-campus study programs.
  • Grace Bachmann, a first-year from Worthington, Ohio, will travel to Senegal to create a waster management system as an awardee of the Davis Project for Peace Award.
  • Michelle Agunloye, a senior from Lynwood, Ill., will travel to Brazil to teach English under the auspices of a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship.
  • Daniel Persia, a senior from Spencerport, N.Y., for both a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship and a Math for America Fellowship.
  • Adrienne Violand, a senior from North Canton, Ohio, for two separate Fulbright grants, one to teach English in Germany and a second to teach in Austria.