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LBJArcher

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    Austin
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  1. I’ve heard fellowship decisions are sent first, so keep those hopes up everyone! 🙏
  2. Results are in: Headed to Senegal to study French and Wolof! 🙌
  3. Thanks so much for finding this! The CLS Program really emphasized in their application the importance of reflecting American diversity abroad. I wasn’t sure if Boren paid the same amount of care since their website only mentions STEM students.
  4. Does anyone know if Boren gives any consideration to selecting students from underrepresented communities?
  5. Hi everyone! AFLI French/Wolof applicant here. Does anyone know what level in the ILR scale is ultimately required to attend the program? The eligibility page says, “Must be at level 1+ on the ILR scale” http://africanlanguages.americancouncils.org/?q=content/eligibility-3 Not sure if this translates to the intermediate high posted on the Boren site: https://www.borenawards.org/scholarships/thinking-applying/special-initiatives/african-flagship-languages-initiative-options-1 Thanks so much for any clarification! And good luck y’all!
  6. Hi @rising_star, I haven't had the opportunity to dwell in either Russian or Persian in an academic setting yet. I used to work for a refugee resettlement agency up until very recently. I've had a lot of exposure to Persian through my Iranian and Afghan clients. My exposure to Russian, on the other hand, is limited to speaking with my native Russian speaking friends, and listening to a ton of Russian pop music, which I love. Once, I also had a refugee client from Ukraine that spoke Russian. I've heard the local migrant shelter my old work is connected to also now has several Russian-speaking,
  7. Hi everyone, I'm headed to the LBJ School of Public Affairs at UT Austin this fall after accepting a full-ride scholarship offer. I applied to their MGPS program because I'm interested in working for national security. A huge reason why I wanted to go back to school was to take advantage of the multiple critical language scholarships available only to students, such as Boren, CLS, FLAS, etc. Based on my personal interests, I've narrowed down my language learning selection to two languages: Russian and Persian. My questions/concerns are: 1. Is it feasible to learn a new language
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