Boren Scholarship and Fellowship Information Meeting

Boren Scholarship and Fellowship Information Meeting

Date and Time

Wednesday, April 7, 2021 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM


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This will be a virtual information session. 


Interested in learning one of the less-commonly-taught languages? Excited about increasing your knowledge of Arabic or Japanese or Russian or Turkish (or one of many other critical need languages)? Committed to study-abroad in an intensive, immersive language program for a semester or a year? Curious about fellowship opportunities leading to a career focused on using your language skills in the intelligence and security fields within the US government (across many different agencies and departments, at home and abroad)?

Join us for an Information Session about the US Boren Scholarship (undergrad) and US Boren Fellowship (grad) Program with Kyle Cox, the director of outreach for the Boren programs from the Institute for International Education, on Wednesday, April 7, at 2:00 PM EASTERN. Registration is required! Just click on the link to register (this event is free for all GVSU students and alumni).

Register in advance for this meeting:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

For more Information about Boren possibilities and application procedures

  • Explore the Boren Awards website
    • Search our Eligible Countries page to see where the Boren may take you
    • Search our Eligible Languages page to see the many languages available for study with Boren funding (and note that the Boren Awards program *does not* require prior knowledge of most of these languages – IIE understands that these languages are seldom offered at universities! That’s why Boren funding is available!
    • Search our Eligible Fields of Study to see the many disciplines Boren funding supports (and note that only STEM majors are eligible for summer awards in addition to the longer study-abroad awards)
      Explore the Selecting an Eligible Study Program to learn more about which study-abroad programs are eligible for support
    • Visit the Webinars and Resources page to learn more about next steps


For more information please contact Fellowships at [email protected]


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