The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has provided $648,234 in scholarships, fellowships and program support to 182 undergraduate students pursuing study abroad programs in Spring, Summer and Fall 2017, and yearlong programs during the 2017-18 academic year. A number of these students are studying in Germanic or Slavic countries. Listed below:

Emily Bulla of Beaufort participated in the Burch Field Research Seminar on European Smart Cities and Renewable Energy this summer in Germany and the Netherlands, for which she received the Davis-Barden Honors Study Abroad Scholarship. She is also studying this fall at King’s College London in England, for which she received the Frances and E.T. Rollins Jr. Study Abroad Scholarship. Bulla is a public policy major.

Jennifer Craft of Hickory participated in the Burch Field Research Seminar on European Smart Cities and Renewable Energy this summer in Germany and the Netherlands. A double major in environmental studies and political science, Craft received the G. Timothy and Jessica Hope Pate Environmental Science Field Program Scholarship.

Amanda Peele of Chapel Hill participated in the Burch Field Research Seminar on European Smart Cities and Renewable Energy this summer in Germany and the Netherlands. A public policy major, Peele received the G. Timothy and Jessica Hope Pate Environmental Science Field Program Scholarship, the Davis-Barden Honors Study Abroad Scholarship, and the Jacques Family Honors Study Abroad Scholarship.

Collin Williams of Clemmons participated in the Burch Field Research Seminar on Conflict Resolution and Democracy Building in the Balkans this summer in Austria, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosovo. A double major in global studies and peace, war and defense, Williams received the Richard S. Reynolds Honors Study Abroad Scholarship.

Zachary Lee of Wilmington studied at the Freie Universität Berlin International Summer University in Germany. A double major in Germanic and Slavic languages and literatures and sociology, Lee received the Gravely Family Study Abroad Scholarship.

Jeremy Zollars of Chapel Hill participated in the Burch Field Research Seminar on Conflict Resolution and Democracy Building in the Balkans this summer in Austria, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosovo. A peace, war and defense major, Zollars received the Honors Study Abroad Scholarship and the Davis-Barden Honors Study Abroad Scholarship.

Brandon Tucker of Reidsville participated in IES Abroad’s European Union program in Freiburg, Germany, this spring. A contemporary European studies major, Tucker received the Charles Garland Johnson Sr. Scholarship.

Kaitlyn Ave’lallemant of Indian Trail participated in the Burch Field Research Seminar on European Smart Cities and Renewable Energy this summer in Germany and the Netherlands. A double major in environmental sciences and dramatic art, Ave’lallemant received the G. Timothy and Jessica Hope Pate Environmental Science Field Program Scholarship and an award from the Peter G. C. Mallinson Fund for Innovation in International Education.

 

Eric Fitch of Raleigh participated in the Burch Field Research Seminar on European Smart Cities and Renewable Energy this summer in Germany and the Netherlands. An environmental studies major, Fitch received the Richard S. Reynolds Honors Study Abroad Scholarship.

Marques Wilson of Morrisville participated in the Burch Field Research Seminar on European Smart Cities and Renewable Energy this summer in Germany and the Netherlands. A media and journalism major, Wilson received the G. Timothy and Jessica Hope Pate Environmental Science Field Program Scholarship.

Zachary Simon of Hallandale Beach participated in the Burch Field Research Seminar on Conflict Resolution and Democracy Building in the Balkans this summer in Austria, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosovo. A double major in political science and peace, war and defense, Simon received the Honors Study Abroad Scholarship.

James Bruce IV of Norcross studied at the Freie Universität Berlin International Summer University in Germany. A geography major, Bruce received the Mealy Family Study Abroad Scholarship.

 

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