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Education abroad: Students earn scholarships for study plans across the world

Thursday, May 10, 2018

 

MANHATTAN — Kansas State University students will take advantage of educational opportunities abroad this summer and fall with the help of scholarships awarded through the university's Office of International Programs.

Study destinations include Chile, Costa Rica, Cuba, Czech Republic, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Estonia, Finland, France, Galapagos Islands, Gambia, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Norway, Peru, South Korea, Spain and the United Kingdom.

The following students have received a scholarship to study abroad; included are the scholarship amount and study destination:

Roger Clark, master's student in architecture, Anthony, $5,000 Goss Discovery Scholarship for Italy; Kelsey Hoines, junior in fine arts, $500 Faculty-Led Program Scholarship for Italy, and Katherine Kistler, senior in fine arts, $600 International Studies Abroad K-State Scholarship for Ireland, both from Atchison; Caleb Cox, freshman in mechanical engineering, Auburn, $700 International Studies Abroad K-State Scholarship for Peru; Kennedy Bowers, senior in computer science and mathematics, Basehor, $250 Catherine Joyce Memorial Scholarship for Italy; Mackenzie Lincoln, senior in accounting, Berryton, $500 Faculty-Led Program Scholarship for Ireland; Reilly Jensen, sophomore in biology and pre-medicine, Buhler, $300 Academic Program International Scholarship for Cuba; Mariah Larson, sophomore in elementary education, Clay Center, $300 Academic Program International Scholarship for Costa Rica; Alex Wilcox, sophomore in management, De Soto, $600 International Studies Abroad K-State Scholarship for Spain.

From Greater Kansas City: Agnes Aycock, freshman in business administration, $500 Faculty-Led Program Scholarship for Italy, and Bailey Sweeney, junior in communication studies, $500 Faculty-Led Program Scholarship for Japan, both from Kansas City; Rebecca Hall, junior in French, $500 University Study Abroad Consortium K-State Scholarship for France, and Reagan Sheffield, junior in secondary education-modern languages and in Spanish, $600 International Studies Abroad K-State Scholarship for Spain, both from Olathe; Kendra Christman, junior in animal sciences and industry, $250 University Study Abroad Consortium K-State Scholarship for Costa Rica, Alex DeMarea, junior in industrial engineering, $600 International Studies Abroad K-State Scholarship for Spain, Lindsay Eckman, sophomore in industrial engineering, $600 International Studies Abroad K-State Scholarship for Spain, Caroline Fuss, senior in political science and pre-medicine, $5,000 Goss Discovery Scholarship for Germany, and Bailey Porter, senior in biochemistry and pre-medicine, $500 Doris Hays Fenton Memorial Scholarship for Kenya, all from Overland Park; Carolyn Osbern, junior in global food systems leadership, $500 Corliss Lamont Humanist Community Service Scholarship for Gambia, and Carleigh Whitman, senior in secondary education-English and in English, $5,000 Goss Discovery Scholarship for Ireland, both from Shawnee.

Breanne Kruse, senior in biology and in secondary education-biological sciences, Hays, $500 Faculty-Led Program Scholarship for Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands; Crystal Miller, senior in human development and family science, Junction City, $250 University Study Abroad Consortium K-State Scholarship for India; Savannah Langley, sophomore in animal sciences and industry, Lansing, $5,000 Goss Discovery Scholarship for Ireland; Eric Charboneau, junior in humanities, Lebo, $5,000 Goss Discovery Scholarship for Italy.

From Manhattan: Richard Greer, senior in communication studies, $500 Faculty-Led Program Scholarship for Japan; MacKenzie Gwinner, junior in nutritional sciences and pre-medicine, $500 University Study Abroad Consortium K-State Scholarship for Costa Rica; Sean McGimpsey, freshman in business administration and philosophy, $500 Doris Hays Fenton Memorial Scholarship for Gambia; Ana Parra, master's student in counseling and student development, $750 International Studies Abroad K-State Scholarship for the Dominican Republic; and Teal Stewart, junior in biology, $250 University Study Abroad Consortium K-State Scholarship for France.

James Jones, master's student in architecture, $5,000 Goss Discovery Scholarship for Italy, Marion; Kelli Ochs, senior in English, Oakley, $5,000 Goss Discovery Scholarship for the United Kingdom; Molly Roach, senior in animal sciences and industry, Rantoul, $5,000 Goss Discovery Scholarship for Ireland; Andrea Garcia, senior in mathematics and in statistics and data science, $5,000 Goss Discovery Scholarship for the United Kingdom, and Danielle Morton, sophomore in fisheries, wildlife and conservation biology and in pre-veterinary medicine, $500 Faculty-Led Program Scholarship for Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands, both from Salina; Oen Griffin, sophomore in communication studies, Silver Lake, $250 University Study Abroad Consortium K-State Scholarship for France.

From Topeka: Brianna Jackson, sophomore in family studies and human services, $250 Faculty-Led Program Scholarship for Italy; Thomas Meek, junior in personal financial planning, $1,000 Rodolfo J. Montes de Oca/Costa Rica-Small Town International Scholarship for Costa Rica; and Jeremiah Shipman, sophomore in biochemistry, $600 Academic Program International Scholarship for Cuba.

Trevor Schul, junior in marketing, Valley Center, $5,000 Goss Discovery Scholarship for South Korea; Noah Schmeissner, junior in finance, Valley Falls, $500 Faculty-Led Program Scholarship for Germany; Cheyanne Helms, senior in anthropology, Washington, $250 Veronica Bonebrake International Scholarship for the Dominican Republic; and Madeline Domnick, sophomore in open option, $600 Academic Program International Scholarship for Spain, Wichita.

From out of state: Ryan Matsushima, junior in physics, Denver, Colorado, $5,000 Goss Discovery Scholarship for Norway; Ella Norman, junior in family studies and human services, Sterling, Colorado, $500 Faculty-Led Program Scholarship for Italy; Kyle Hersma, senior in finance, Naperville, Illinois, $5,000 Goss Discovery Scholarship for Spain; Mitchel Vespestad, junior in management, Byron, Minnesota, $1,200 Megan E. Taylor Czech Republic Student Award Scholarship for the Czech Republic; Sara Gammon, senior in agricultural economics, Drexel, Missouri, $500 Doris Hays Fenton Memorial Scholarship for Kenya; Zachary Pfannenstiel, senior in accounting and finance, Kansas City, Missouri, $500 Faculty-Led Program Scholarship for Ireland; Valeria Rubio, senior in marketing, Grand Island, Nebraska, $750 International Studies Abroad K-State Scholarship for Chile; Annissa Davis, sophomore in theatre, Hastings, Nebraska, $500 Faculty-Led Program Scholarship for Japan; and Caleb Mcguire-Wiegand, junior in marketing, Henniker, New Hampshire, $1,200 Megan E. Taylor Czech Republic Student Award Scholarship for the Czech Republic.

APO: Savannah Caldwell, junior in dietetics, $250 Heather Stewart Memorial Scholarship for Estonia and Finland.



Source

Kaitlin Christianer-Donkers
785-532-5990
kaitlinc@k-state.edu

Website

Office of International Programs

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Anthony, Atchison, Auburn, Basehor, Berryton, Buhler, Clay Center, De Soto, Hays, Junction City, Kansas City, Lansing, Lebo, Manhattan, Marion, Oakley, Olathe, Overland Park, Rantoul, Salina, Shawnee, Silver Lake, Topeka, Valley Center, Valley Falls, Washington and Wichita, Kansas; Denver and Sterling, Colorado; Naperville, Illinois; Byron, Minnesota; Drexel and Kansas City, Missouri; Grand Island and Hastings, Nebraska; and Henniker, New Hampshire.

Written by

Beth Bohn
785-532-1544
bbohn@k-state.edu