Gilman Scholars

The Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program offers grants for U.S. undergraduates of limited financial means to pursue academic studies or credit-bearing internships abroad in any discipline. Such international exchange is intended to better prepare U.S. students to assume significant roles in an increasingly global economy and interdependent world.The program encourages students to choose non-traditional study and intern destinations, especially those outside of Western Europe, and supports students who have been traditionally under-represented in study abroad. Students who receive the Gilman Scholarship may also be eligible to receive an additional Critical Need Language Award from the Gilman Scholarship Program.

Gilman Scholars receive non-competitive eligibility (NCE) for future employment. This is a special hiring authority granted by the U.S. government.

Past Scholars, 2014 - Present

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Kathleen Doolittle, 2020

Photo of Emma Gausman

Emma Gausman, 2020

Photo of Nyla Gilbert

Nyla Gilbert, 2020

Photo of Elijah Harris

Elijah Harris, 2020

photo of Kathryn Harville

Kathryn Harville, 2020

photo of Sharon Kulali

Sharon Kulali, 2020

photo of Luke Lampkins

Luke Lampkins, 2020

Photo of Haley Miller

Haley Miller, 2020

photo of Kiara Smith

Kiara Smith, 2020

photo of Camille Vann

Camille Vann, 2020

photo of Zoe Banfield

Zoe Banfield, 2019

Photo of Cara Brookins

Cara Brookins, 2019

photo of Trenton Hasser

Trenton Hasser, 2019

photo of Lea Hawkins

Lea Hawkins, 2019

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Abigail Moon, 2019

Photo of Chelsea Shafer

Chelsea Shafer, 2019

Photo of Brandon Sosa

Brandon Sosa, 2019

Photo of Stefanie Walsh

Stefanie Walsh, 2019

Photo of Braden Beyer

Braden Beyer, 2018

Photo of Kenneth Burnell

Kenneth Burnell, 2018

Photo of Cyan Cosby

Cyan Cosby, 2018

Photo of Tatum Crone

Tatum Crone, 2018

Photo of Laura Duke

Laura Duke, 2018

Photo of Charlie Guinn

Charlie Guinn, 2018

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Daniel Jo, 2018

Photo of Namaluba Malawo

Namaluba Malawo, 2018

Photo of Elijah St. Angelo

Elijah St. Angelo, 2018

Photo of Charles Bowman

Charles Bowman, 2017

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Adreana Howard, 2017

Photo of Emily King

Emily King, 2017

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Sierra Kipp, 2017

Photo of Eamaan Turk

Eamaan Turk, 2017

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James Yeakel, 2017

Photo of Elizabeth Damola Awoyungbo

Elizabeth (Damola) Awoyungbo, 2016

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Rachelle Boneff, 2016

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Brittney Frenger, 2016

Photo of Afton Goins

Afton Goins, 2016

Photo of Abigail Herrold

Abigail Herrold, 2016

Photo of Brandi Smith

Brandi Smith, 2016

Photo of Damilola Sopitan

Damilola Sopitan, 2016

Photo of Carolina Vogel

Carolina Vogel, 2016

Photo of Brooke Fourthman

Brooke Fourthman, 2015

Photo of Dairius Kawewehi

Dairius Kawewehi, 2015

Photo of Jasmine Porres

Jasmine Porres, 2015

Photo of Sara Weaver

Sara Weaver, 2015

Photo of Stephanie Dickerson

Stephanie Dickerson, 2014

Photo of Gabrielle Erftenbeck

Gabrielle Erftenbeck, 2014

Photo of Josephine Leu

Josephine Leu, 2014

Photo of Nicolas Taina

Nicolas Taina, 2014

Photo of Jessica Yaser

Jessica Yaser, 2014

 

Past Scholars, 2004 - 2013

  • Alexander Groh, 2013
  • Cristine Gutierrez, 2013
  • Holly Klawson, 2013
  • Rex Kong, 2013
  • Adam Simko, 2013
  • Iyabo Akinsanmi, 2012
  • Cade Carmichael, 2012
  • Lisa Lawrence, 2012
  • Amanda Barnett, 2011
  • Amanda Bickel, 2011
  • Abigail Brown, 2011
  • Aida Carrillo Munoz, 2011
  • Loren Cobbs, 2011
  • Tara Gille, 2011
  • Daniel Lee, 2011
  • Chloe Morrical, 2011
  • Brian Otten, 2011
  • Alexandra Robinson, 2011
  • Brian Roe, 2011
  • Juli Hoon, 2010
  • Christopher House, 2010
  • Steve Milanoski, 2010
  • Jonah Wilson, 2010
  • Taner Kipfer, 2009
  • Paul Reisert, 2009
  • Benjamin Baker, 2008
  • Michael Doud, 2008
  • Judith Healton, 2008
  • Hector Patino, 2008
  • Daniel Spaid, 2006
  • Adrianne Renberg, 2004
  • Tia Trueblood, 2004

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