Marymount Manhattan College students with a GPA of 3.3 or higher are invited to apply for Boren and Fulbright awards. These grants fund up to one year of study abroad in foreign countries. You must have a GPA of 3.7 or higher to apply for a Marshall Scholarship; it funds 1-2 years of study for a Master’s degree at a British academic institution. For all grants: you must be a U.S. citizen to apply.
This website provides information on Fulbright, Boren, Marshall, and Gilman awards. The material has been largely derived from the respective websites of these two awards; it is by no means complete. See the websites below and recipients’ blogs for additional information that may help you as you consider applying or as you write your application.
BOREN AWARDS: http://www.borenawards.org
FULBRIGHT AWARDS: http://us.fulbrightonline.org/types-of-grants
MARSHALL SCHOLARSHIPS: http://www.marshallscholarship.org/
GILMAN SCHOLARSHIPS: http://www.iie.org/programs/gilman-scholarship-program
For additional information, consult the bulletin board on Boren & Fulbright grants/ College Honors Program on the 3rd floor of Main, outside The Commons.
TIMELINE FOR GRANTS: CLICK HERE
Recipients of Boren and Fulbright Awards – Marymount Manhattan College
|AY 2011-12||Alvin Young, ’13||to study French and Arabic in Morocco|
Katelyn (Katie) Sives, ’13
Christophe (Kit) Horita, ’15
to study sustainable development and food security in Fortaleza and Belem, Brazil
to study Kiswahili and Sociology in Tanzania and Kenya (award includes the eight-week African Languages Initiative Domestic Summer Intensive Program at the University of Florida, Gainesville)
|AY 2012-13||Ricardo Soares, ’12||English Teaching Assistantship: Macau|
|AY 2013-14||Annabelle Royer, ’13||English Teaching Assistantship: Taiwan|
Omar Bahar, ’13
Kiley Griffith, ’14
Diante Webb, ’15
English Teaching Assistantship (Alternate): Sri Lanka
English Teaching Assistantship (Alternate): Brazil
English Teaching Assistantship (Alternate): Taiwan
Annabelle Royer, ’13, Fulbright Teaching Assistant in Taiwan for AY 2013-14, shown with her boss, Mr. Young, who is the principal at her school, and teaching her students how to read English. Photos courtesy of Annabelle Royer.
If you decide to pursue one of these grants, you must work with and seek advice from your faculty advisers. You will also meet regularly with Prof. Bell.
Prof. Adrienne Baxter Bell
Associate Professor of Art History
Director, College Honors Program
Director, External Student Scholarships
Rm: Main 704
Please also consult with:
Ms. Cynthia Sittler, Study Abroad Coordinator
Office phone: 212-774-0791.