Twenty-two scholarships awarded for ‘08-09 study abroad
The Center for International Education (CIE) is pleased to announce the names of 22 UNH students who were granted scholarships for study abroad summer or fall 2008 or spring 2009. The winners represent 18 academic majors from all five schools or colleges and study in 14 countries. CIE scholarships were provided by the Ellsworth Endowed Fund for International Study, the CIE Endowment for International Studies, the Martha L. Foley ‘76 ‘96G and William S. Jackson ‘75 Fund for International Studies, the Robert G. Leblanc Memorial Endowment and the American Institute of Foreign Study (AIFS).
$1,000 AIFS scholarships went to Elise Blanchette, health management & policy, Italy; Kayla Hampe, civil engineering, Mexico; Kelly Lamb, mathematics, Costa Rica; George Bell, biology, Australia; Patrick Cambiasso-Helfer, business administration, Spain; Nicole Delanoy, equine science, England; Abby Kendall, English, England; Bethany Wakeman, psychology, Semester at Sea; psychology majors Rachel Cain, France, and Anna Waller, Italy; Bridget Farmer, political science, Ireland; Samantha Pye, business administration/marketing, Italy; and Samantha-Jo Senechal, Spanish, Spain.
CIE Endowment Fund: Sarah Finney, Spanish, Chile, $1,500, and Sarah Brown, French, France, $1,000. Ann Hart Fund: Amanda Landry, EREC, New Zealand, $1,500. Ellsworth Fund: $1150 awards to Sean Coughlin, political science, Japan, and Ashley Saliba, computer science, India. $1000 scholarships to Isabel Cravens, communication, Spain; Laura Joseph, Spanish, Mexico; and Amanda McManus, German, Austria. McManus also won a $5,000 Foley-Jackson Fund scholarship. LeBlanc Fund: Yuliana Volkotrub, Russian, $1,700 for study in Russia.