UMass Students are awarded scholarships to study abroad
Students from UMass Amherst and UMass Lowell are named as recipients of study abroad scholarships enabling them to study across Asia and Egypt for the 2007-2008 academic school year.
UMASS AMHERST STUDENTS RECEIVE SCHOLARSHIPS TO STUDY IN ASIA
The Freeman Foundation has awarded $7,000 scholarships to three UMass undergraduates (nationally competitive): Justin Furrow, Melissa Hill and Brian Hudson. The UMass Amherst China Study Scholarship for UMass students to study in the People's Republic of China has awarded two $750 scholarships: Patrick Condon and Xenon Yuan. The Taiwan Ministry of Education has awarded scholarships of $2,300 to three UMass students for Chinese language study in Taiwan this summer at Tunghai University: Meghan McGrath, Ryan Osborne and Graeme Wilson. The U.S. Department of State has awarded one scholarship of $4,500 to a UMass student through the Gilman International Scholarship Program: Marina Solovyov. The Bridging Scholarships for Study Abroad in Japan has awarded one scholarship of $4,000: Jonathan S. Bett. The University of Massachusetts, Amherst is the only public higher education institution in New England with a Japanese and Chinese major (www.umass.edu/asianlan/), as well as an extensive array of study abroad options in Asia (www.umass.edu/ipo/).
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