SIX NEW LOYOLA AWARD WINNERS
Two new Fulbrighters:
Ann Park, who completed her JD at the Loyola School of Law in May 2013, has won a U.S. Fulbright student research grant to South Korea. She will work with Professor Ho-Joong Lee at Sogang University to assess Korea’s child welfare laws and system. Specifically, she hopes to identify the strengths and weaknesses of the child protection system and offer a set of suggestions to strengthen children's legal representation.
Meghan Bradway, who completed a BS in Biology in May 2012 and her MBA at the Quinlan School of Business in May 2013, has won a Fulbright grant to Norway to study the cost effectiveness of telemedicine in treating Type II diabetes and its complications, working with the Norwegian Center for Integrated Care and Telemedicine of the University Hospital of North Norway.
Two new CLS winners:
Megan Meagher, currently a junior in History, has won a Critical Languages Scholarship to study Arabic in Jordan over the summer of 2014. The Fellowship Office is further proud to note that Megan won a CLS for the summer 2013, to study Arabic in Morocco.
Max Nordstrom, currently a junior in International Studies and a veteran of the United States Marine Corps, has won a Critical Languages Scholarship to study Persian in Tajikistan during the summer 2014.
The CLS award, which like Fulbright is provided by the United States Department of State, funds summer programs for students for intensive immersion-based language study of less-commonly-taught languages.
Two new Gilman winners:
Beatrice Alleyne, a graduating senior this spring, has won a Gilman Scholarship for the summer 2014 to study Mandarin Chinese in China.
Kellen Nelson-Mann, a graduating senior with a double major in History and International Studies, has won a Gilman Scholarship for the summer 2014 to study in Oman.
The Gilman Scholarship, also sponsored by the Department of State, provide funds to undergraduates to study abroad. Student interested in applying should visit not only the Gilman Scholarship website, but also review our PowerPoint presentation on how to prepare a competitive application.
Congratulations to all of our winners so far! You have worked hard for these accomplishments!