1999 - 2000 Academic Year Connelly-Delouvrier International Scholars

Name Major Host School Hometown
Kevin P. Barry '01 Finance University of Valencia, Spain Reading, MA
Sarah A. Brino '01 Sociology St. Mary's College in Rome, Italy Arnold, MD
Angela N. DiFabio '01 Management Information Systems University of Glasgow, Scotland Bensalem, PA
Katherine M. Dyczek '01 Finance London Internship Program, England Cleveland, OH
Christopher J. Ferrero '01 Political Science School for International Training, Switzerland Windsor, CT
Elizabeth Goslin '01 English/Spanish Cooperating Programs in the Americas, Chile Wayne, PA
Eleanor R. Hogan '01 English Trinity College, Ireland Woodland, CA
B. Allen Kenney '01 Honors/Philosophy/Economics Oxford University, England Tulsa, OK
Margaret H. Kucharski '01 Political Science University College Dublin, Ireland Langhorne, PA
Daniel A. Puskar '01 Honors/History/Biology School of International Training, Botswana Vineland, NJ
Kathleen A. Quillinan '02 Political Science/English Modern British Studies Program and Institute for
Study Abroad; Oxford University, England
Morris Plains, NJ
Andrew J. Schirmer '02 Chemical Engineering University of New South Wales, Australia Riverside, IL
Joanna Schwartz '01 English/Spanish University of Seville (Council Study Center), Spain Bangor, PA
Maryanne Stanganelli '01 Sociology Oxford University, England Merrick, NY
Cole A. Sternberg '01 Honors/Marketing Institute for International Education, Germany Saratoga, CA
Beth A. Sweeney '01 English St. Mary's College in Rome, Italy Reading, PA

Program Eligibility and Deadlines

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The Connelly-Delouvrier International Scholarship is open to students in good standing in the University Honors Program (3.33 cumulative GPA, active in Honors). Students typically apply in their sophomore year for study abroad in the junior year, although freshman may also apply to study abroad in their sophomore year.

Applications should be sent to the Honors email address (honorsprogram@villanova.edu).  A complete application consists of a completed application form, resume, essay, official transcripts, two teacher recommendations, and a description of your proposed study abroad program. (See full details in main page text).  Questions can be addressed to Dr. Payne (allison.payne@villanova.edu).