2000 - 2001 Academic Year Connelly-Delouvrier International Scholars

Name Major Host School Hoametown
Julie Albert, ‘02 Accounting University of Amsterdam, Netherlands Newtown, PA
Ami Badami, ‘03 Chemical Engineering University of New South Wales–Sydney, Australia
Northampton, PA
Lisa Bobkin, ‘02 Accounting Paris Program, France Toms River, NJ
Sarah M.Carley, ‘02 English National University of Ireland, Galway Pearl River, NY
Suzanna Cole, ‘02 Marketing University Bocconi, Italy Hanover, MD
Anthony D’Inverno, ‘02 Finance Oxford University, England Greenwich, CT
Timothy Dunne, ‘02 Political Science Institute of Economic & Political Studies, England Hasbrouck Heights, NJ
John Edwards, ‘02 Psychology Clinical Psychology Internship, England Farmington Hills, MI
Bridget Fednik, ‘02 Economics National University of Ireland, Galway Pequannock, NJ
Theresa Finn, ‘02 Accounting Paris Internship, France San Anselmo, CA
Kathleen Gannon, ‘02 Honors/English University of Seville, Spain Washington, D.C.
Natalie Guastavino, ‘02 Finance University of Valencia, Spain Pottsville, PA
John Hobson, ‘02 Philosophy Nizhny Novogrod State University, Russia Villanova, PA
Eileen King, ‘02 Communication University of Valencia, Spain Kensington, MD
Ryan McManemin, ‘02 Communication Fudan University, China Plainfield, NJ
Colleen Peyton, ‘02 Education University of Valencia, Spain Sandy Hook, CT
Lotus Ryan, ‘02 Political Science Mary and Westfield College, London Pennington, NJ
Ellie Sutton, ‘02 Economics National University of Ireland, Galway Tulsa, OK
Lauren Tort, ‘02 Economics/Spanish University of Valencia, Spain Morris Plains, NJ

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). Students typically apply in their sophomore year for study abroad in the junior year (Engineering and Nursing students with scheduling constraints may apply in their first year to study in the sophomore year). Returning Scholars serve as peer mentors for students applying in the following year(s).

Honors will host an informational meeting early in the spring semester. After attending this meeting, students may pick up an application packet in the office (Garey Hall 106). 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).