Loyola University Chicago

Fellowship Office

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Award winners 2012

Two Loyola Critical Language Scholarship Awardees

Students Improve Language Skills in India and Morocco

The Fellowship Office congratulates two Loyola undergraduates for earning prestigious 2012 Critical Language Scholarships to study overseas.

RACHEL ALEXANDER will study Hindi in India.  Rachel is a Global and International Studies major, with minors in Asian Languages and Literature, Studio Art Ceramics, and Religious Studies.

CHRISTOPHER BENSON plans to study Arabic in Morocco.  Christopher is a double major in Sociology/Anthropology and History, with minors in Islamic World Studies and Arabic Language and Culture.

Congratulations and best wishes to both Rachel and Christopher!!

If you are interested in the earning a Critical Language Scholarship in the future, please carefully review the CLS website, and then feel free to contact us at the Fellowship Office for more information and assistance.


Record 11 Gilman Scholarships in 2012

    Loyola Students Study in Africa, Asia, and Europe

The Fellowship Office congratulates 11 Loyola students who were awarded 2012 Gilman International Scholarships to study abroad.  For the Spring 2012 semester, 4 students earned Gilman Scholarships, which at the time was the largest number of Loyolans to earn a Gilman Scholarship in one year, let alone one semester.  However, we are pleased to report that both the semester and one-year records were very short-lived.  After another student earned a summer award, 6 more Loyola undergraduates earned this honor for Fall 2012! 

Our lengthy list of 2012 Gilman Scholars is as follows.

FALL 2012

David Blount is majoring in Sociology and Global and International Studies, with minors in African Studies and the African Diaspora and Urban Studies, and will be conducting his studies in China.

Ashley Erickson is majoring in Anthropology and Global and International Studies, with a minor in Environmental Action and Leadership, and will be conducting her studies in Vietnam.

Ellen Hamel is majoring in Anthropology, and will be conducting her studies in Nepal.

Ariana Loehr is majoring in Anthropology, with minors in Asian Studies and Environmental Science, and will be conducting her studies in Vietnam.

Adilla Menayang is majoring in Global and International Studies and will be conducting his studies in Italy.

Michael Niewiadomski is majoring in Biology and will be conducting his studies in Italy.

SUMMER 2012

Coralia Davila is an undergraduate Business major and conducted her studies in China.

 

SPRING 2012

Jackie Cash is majoring in Economics and Marketing, with a minor in French, and conducted her studies in France. 

Nellie Chung is majoring in Psychology, with minors in Biology and Fine Arts, and conducted her studies in Japan.

Kendra Cusic is majoring in Communication and conducted her studies in Ghana. 

Marian Lopez is majoring in French, Global and International Studies, and Political Science, with a minor in African Studies and the African Diaspora, and conducted her studies in France.