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Thirteen students awarded scholarships to study abroad

Dec. 6, 2010 -- Thirteen undergraduate students captured coveted Gilman Scholarships to study abroad in spring 2011, ranking SF State fourth in the nation among 340 institutions receiving grants.

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Funded by the U.S. Department of State, the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program awards competitive grants to students of limited financial means for undergraduate study abroad.

The students who won awards and their locations of study for spring 2011:

  • Mike Bebernes, Australia
  • Adam Brogan, France
  • Albert Burleson, Netherlands
  • Elizabeth Clark, South Africa
  • William Kwok, Japan
  • Maxim Ledeux, Czech Republic
  • Glen Lee, China
  • Joaquin Menchaca, Hong Kong
  • Ghulam Mohammad, Netherlands
  • Maximliano, France
  • Donna Pham, South Africa
  • Jesus Torees, France
  • David Weinstein, Ghana

-- University Communications


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