2011 - 2012 Academic Year Connelly-Delouvrier International Scholars

Name Grad. Year Major Program Hometown

Nicholas Bailes

2013

Institute for Global Interdisciplinary Studies

 

Brazil  SIT: Public Health, Race, and Human Rights

 

Middletown, PA

Caitlin Billingham

2013

Biology

 

Chile SIT: Public Health, Traditional Medicine, and Community Empowerment

Auburn, CA

Ryan Brown

2013

Humanities

 

Oxford University, Blackfriars

Blakeslee, PA

Robert Duffy

2013

Philosophy

 

Oxford University, Blackfriars

East Greenwich, RI

Michaela Gaziano

2013

Economics

 

South Africa CIEE: Liberal Arts and Sciences

Dedham, MA

Rachel Glogowski

2013

Humanities

 

India SIT: Sustainable Development and Social Change

Bristol, CT

James Green

2013

Engineering

Oxford University, St. Catherine's College

 

Phoenixville, PA

Eric Guzzi

2013

Humanities

 

Oxford University, Blackfriars

Marlborough, MA

Victoria Hoang

2013

History

 

SIT Brazil: Social Justice and Sustainable Development

Cypress, CA

David Lawler

2013

Political Science

 

Oxford University

Westborough, MA

Laura Lovely

2013

Spanish Studies

 

Hispanic Studies Spain through the University of Virginia

 

Schenectady, NY

Kelly Modrick

2014

Engineering

University of Auckland through Arcadia University in New Zealand

 

Leesport, PA

Marissa Pardue

2013

Sociology

 

Ireland SIT:

"Ireland: Transformation of Social and Political Conflict"

Wall, NJ

Casey Richards

2013

Institute for Global Interdisciplinary Studies

 

Kansai Gaidai, Osaka University in Japan

Westport,CT

Kara Scannell

2013

Honors Program

 

IES Study Abroad: Rabat, Morocco

Tinley Park, IL

Nadejda Sergheeva

2013

Economics

 

Strasbourg, France through Syracuse University

Moldova

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).