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The Honors International Scholars Program is made possible through the generous support of the Malon Courts Scholarship Fund, the Malon Courts Scholarship Trust Fund, the Arroll Honors Scholarship Fund, the Cathy and Bert Clark Honors International Fund,
 

Summary: The Honors International Scholars Program is made possible through the generous support of the Malon Courts Scholarship Fund, the Malon
Courts Scholarship Trust Fund, the Arroll Honors Scholarship Fund, the Cathy and Bert Clark Honors International Fund, the Charles Gowen
Honors Fund, the Lanier International Study Fund, the Neal and Libby Quirk Fund, the Monika Schaaf Riely Honors Program International
Study Abroad Program, the Willson International Scholars Fund, and the Wilson Honors Support Fund.
Honors International Scholars Program
Application for Travel in 2011
The Honors International Scholars Program (HISP) supports second- and third-year Honors students engaging in
overseas opportunities by providing 30-40 scholarships per year, ranging from $2500 to $5000. Students have used
HISP funding to participate in traditional university-sponsored study abroad programs, university-to-university
exchanges, intensive language-training institutes, internships, and public service projects. HISP awards are merit-
based, taking into account GPA (minimum 3.5), quality of essays, and fit of the program to the student's academic and
professional goals. The amount of each award depends upon program costs, financial need, and funds available. The
majority of awards are earmarked for travel to Asia, Latin America, Africa, and Eastern Europe. A limited number of
awards can be granted for travel elsewhere, usually to students traveling abroad for the first time or demonstrating
significant financial need. For some awards, preference is given to Terry College majors.
The application deadline is November 5, 2010, at 5:00pm for any travel in the 2011 calendar year. Submit your
application package to the first-floor reception desk of Moore College. Award winners should be announced by the
second week of December 2010. Direct questions to Maria de Rocher, 212 Moore College, derocher@uga.edu, 706-
542-6908.
Instructions:

  

Source: Arnold, Jonathan - Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center & Department of Genetics, University of Georgia

 

Collections: Biotechnology