The Fall 2018 Gilman International Scholarship recipients have been announced. Next semester 21 U.S. students will go abroad through ISEP with the help of the scholarship funding. These students hail from 19 different U.S. ISEP member institutions and will be studying at 18 different host institutions across 16 countries. Thank you to all our ISEP Outgoing Coordinators across the U.S. for the scholarship advising you provide to your students!
The Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship is funded by the U.S. Department of State and administered by the Institute of International Education. U.S. Pell Grant recipients are eligible to apply for the award that prioritizes students from diverse backgrounds studying around the world, but especially in non-traditional destinations.
Shainah Andrews from East Carolina University will study at University of Ghana in Ghana.
Austin Bey from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania will study at University of Technology Sydney in Australia.
Dominique Boccanfuso from the University of Vermont will study at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Italy.
Simone Dreher from Louisiana State University will study at Philipps-Universität Marburg in Germany.
Morgani Elam from Saint Peter’s University will study at Nanzan University in Japan.
Angelita Gomez Campiz from University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras will study at Hanyang University in South Korea.
Precious Gutierrez from California State University, San Marcos will study at University of Malta in Malta.
Halle Hammond from North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University will study at Thammasat University in the Thailand.
Connor Holiski from University of Denver will study at Masaryk University in the Czech Republic.
Stojan Kresovic from the University of Nebraska at Omaha will study at Western Sydney University in Australia.
Joyce Ly from San Jose State University will study at Providence University in Taiwan.
Frank Manzano from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania will study at University of Technology Sydney in Australia.
Ricardo Martinez from Hamline University will study at Al Alkhawayn University in Morocco.
Jasmine Medina-Perez from Western Washington University will study at Universidad Católica del Uruguay in Uruguay.
Amberlee Merrill from Utah State University will study at Johannes Kepler Universität Linz in Austria.
Tina Miars from Ball State University will study at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaiso in Chile.
Zaid Mohamad from University of Memphis will study at the University of Seoul in South Korea.
Bunyisa Phanatok from Virginia Commonwealth University will study at Providence University in Taiwan.
Ria Shome from Nebraska Wesleyan University will study at Universidad del Salvador in Argentina.
Genesis Torres Nunez from University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras will study at Providence University in Taiwan.
Ethan Willis from Middle Tennessee State University will study at University of Oulu in Finland.
Congratulations to our students!
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