2009 Study Abroad Recipients

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2009 Study Abroad Recipients


Phi Kappa Phi Study Abroad Grants help undergraduates as they seek knowledge and experience in their academic fields by venturing afield. This year, more than 200 applicants competed for 50 $1,000 grants. Including 2009, 318 students have earned Study Abroad Grants totaling $318,000 since the program began in 2001.

Kimberly Adams

Duquesne University

Junior, physician assistant major

Study abroad: Tanzania and Tunisia

Thomas Anderson

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Sophomore, international studies major, focusing on business and environmental policy

Study abroad: Currently at University of Munich

Satisfying community service: Helping local immigrants assimilate

Kasey Bandy

University of Georgia

Senior, health promotion and behavior major

Study abroad: Buenos Aires, Argentina

Memorable class: Anthropology of eating

Ashley Bartman

The Ohio State University

Junior, chemistry and history of art double major

Study abroad: Studio Art Centers International, Florence, Italy, early next year

Marc Beaudoin

United States Military Academy International history major

Study abroad: Catholic University of Lyon, Lyon, France, fall semester

Deanna Belsky

Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Biochemistry and Asian studies double major

Study abroad: Southwest University of Finance and Economics, Sichuan, Chengdu, China

Jeremy Bender

University of Maine

Junior, marine science major

Study abroad: Currently at James Cook University, Townsville, Australia

Satisfying community service: Dog walker at the Humane Society

Christy Beyke

Western Kentucky University

Junior, chemistry and biology double major

Study abroad: Southwest University of Finance and Economics, Sichuan, Chengdu, China

Favorite book: Ender's Shadow by Orson Scott Card

Samantha Bond

University of Maine

Junior, marine biology major

Study abroad: SEA Semester cruise from Honolulu to San Francisco

Satisfying community service: Helping the elderly with lawn and house projects

Brittany Leigh Carr

East Carolina University

Junior, biology and Asian studies double major

Study abroad: Historical, cultural and religious field study in India

Influential person met: 17th Gyalwang Karmapa

Mallory Collins

University of Memphis

Anthropology major

Study abroad: Pune, India

Teresa Cunningham

North Carolina State University

Senior, graphic design major

Study abroad: Graphic design and literature in Prague, Czech Republic

Role models: My mother and father

Daniel Edward Ellis

North Carolina State University

Junior, parks, recreation, and tourism management major

Study abroad: Ghana, West Africa

Suzanna Ellzey

University of Southern Mississippi

Junior, biochemistry major with a pre-med emphasis

Study abroad: King's College London, England

Favorite book: To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

Devon Emig

University of Mississippi

German and English double major

Study abroad: Currently at the University of Trier, Germany

Stacey Epping

University of WisconsinEau Claire

Senior, secondary education major, emphasis on social studies and Spanish

Study abroad: San Josecito, Costa Rica

Hannah Eubanks

Missouri State University

Junior, anthropology major

Study abroad: Fall semester in Findhorn Ecovillage, Forres, Scotland

Favorite book: Chronicles of Nomia series by C S. Lewis

Rebecca L. Farnum

Michigan State University

Sophomore, interdisciplinary humanities and microbiology double major

Study abroad: American University in Cairo, Egypt

Career objective: Humanitarian organizations in Africa and the Middle East

Lesley Greenwell

Western Kentucky University

Senior, corporate and organizational communications major

Study abroad: Theater at Harlaxton College, near Grantham, England

Satisfying community service: 4-H

Aaren Hunt

North Carolina State University

Junior, human biology and Spanish double major

Study abroad: Solóla, Guatemala

Career objective: Practice medicine in a developing, Spanish-speaking country

Lydia Irion

Texas A&M University

Junior, English major

Study abroad: Courses in 19th-century French art history and fashion history in Paris, France

Career objective: Writer

Fantasy career: Travel writer

Jansen Langle

Indiana UniversityPurdue UniversityFort Wayne

Senior, German major

Study abroad: 2009-10 academic year at Albert-Ludwig University of Freiburg, Germany

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