Brandeis students selected for Gilman Scholarships

Ten Brandeis students have been selected for Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships to support study abroad opportunities around the world this spring.

Each year the Office of Study Abroad assists students in applying to the study abroad scholarships, including Gilman Scholarships. The Gilman Scholarship program is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs to study or intern abroad. It provides students up to $5,000 toward study abroad program costs.

The following Brandeis students received scholarships for the spring 2019 term:

Samantha Barrett ’20: Hansard Society for Parliamentary Government; London, United Kingdom

Lillian Bickerstaff-Richard ’20: SIT/ Morocco: Multiculturalism and Human Rights; Rabat, Morocco

Danbing Chen ’20: IES/ Berlin: Language & Area Studies; Berlin, Germany

Tamar Harrison ’20: CIEE/ Community Public Health Program; Khon Kaen, Thailand

Carmen Huang ’20: Singapore Management University; Singapore, Singapore

Hawa Ibrahim ’20: Korea University (Exchange); Seoul, South Korea

Jamie Jason ’20: CIEE/ Liberal Arts; Madrid, Spain

Elaina Pevide ’20: CIEE/ Central European Studies; Prague, Czech Republic

Jehman Williams ’20: CIEE/ Liberal Arts in Santiago; Santiago, Dominican Republic

Jennie Yun ’20: CIEE/ University of Cape Town; Cape Town, South Africa

Categories: International Affairs, Student Life

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