2009 - 2010 Academic Year Connelly-Delouvrier International Scholars

Name Grad. Year Major Program Hometown
Elizabeth Anderson 2011 Political Science University College London, England Massapequa, NY
Caitlin Armstrong 2011 Biology Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS) Great Meadows, NJ
Margaret Banker 2011 Economics Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS) Pawcatuck, CT
Christina Brenner 2011 Business IES Abroad European Union Program, Germany Huntingdon Valley, PA
Meghan Connors 2011 Humanities CIEE- University de Sevilla, Spain Niskayuna, NY
Laura Esposito 2011 Arts/Liberal Arts CIEE in Sevilla, Spain Bethesda, MD
Eliza Fradkin 2011 Biology University College London, England Levittown, PA
Brian Greene 2011 Philosophy University of Oxford, England Mineola, NY
Edmund Kindelan 2011 Economics Quinn School of Business at University College Dublin, Ireland Kensington, CT
Tiffany Locke 2011 History Heidelberg University, Germany Paramus, NJ
Alexander Lundy 2011 Environmental Studies School for International Training in Panama Lakewood, CO
Bridget Lynch 2011 Psychology Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS) Pittsford, NY
Kelly Morrissey 2011 Sociology Sydney Internship Program, Boston University, Australia Norton, MA
Katelyn Murren 2011 Business IES Abroad - French Studies Program in Paris, France Loveland, OH
Sarah Pattison 2011 Chemistry IES-Milan, Italy East Northport, NY
Helene Purcell 2011 Economics University of Salamanca (direct enrollment), Spain Fair Haven, NJ
David Reddy 2011 Business IES Buenos Aires - University of Buenos Aires, Argentina Tinley Park, IL
Paul Trahey 2011 Theology and Religious Studies University of Oxford, England Bethlehem, PA
Christina Villella 2011 Biology Florence/Urbino Villanova Italian Language and Culture Program Jupiter, FL
Caitlin Wubbena 2011 Communication Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS) Galloway, 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).

The Honors Program hosted an informational meeting about the scholarship on Thursday, January 23, at 4 pm. 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).