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Announcing A New International Research Opportunity for Penn State Undergraduate Students Who Are NonUS citizens
 

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Announcing A New International Research Opportunity for
Penn State Undergraduate Students Who Are NonUS citizens

Penn State's Center for Language Science (CLS) announces an exciting and unique opportunity for
undergraduate students. With the generous support of funding from The College of The Liberal Arts at
Penn State, the CLS will award one travel grant to an undergraduate student who is a nonUS citizen
working within the College of Liberal Arts at Penn State, to join eight PIRE undergraduate students who
will travel internationally in Summer 2012 for the purpose of conducting research on the science of
bilingualism. With the support of funding from the National Science Foundation program Partnerships
for International Research and Education (PIRE), the CLS currently awards travel grants to up to eight
undergraduate students who are US citizens to support travel to international sites to carry out research
projects on bilingualism. Now, with the generous support of The College of the Liberal Arts, it will be
possible to sponsor one nonUS citizen who is pursuing undergraduate studies within The College of the
Liberal Arts.

One of Penn State's main educational goals, in line with our country's key educational priorities, is to
enrich the undergraduate academic experience by increasing participation of undergraduate students in
research abroad. The PIRE grant "Bilingualism, mind, and brain: An interdisciplinary program in

  

Source: Andrews, Anne M. - Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences, Pennsylvania State University

 

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