CLS in the Press

In learning a foreign language, being there makes all the difference
Source: UVA Today
Five University of Virginia scholars will spend the summer immersed in foreign cultures and languages, thanks to the Critical Language Scholarships from the U.S. Department of State.

Students Awarded Critical Language Scholarships
Source: Syracuse University News
Several students recently learned that they have been selected as recipients of the prestigious Critical Language Scholarship, an award that will allow them to study a “critical need” language intensively through an immersive experience abroad in summer 2017.

Two W&L Students Awarded Critical Language Scholarships
Source: The Columns (Washington and Lee University)
Two Washington and Lee University students have received Critical Language Scholarships for Summer 2017, Sierra Noland for Hindi and Tara Cooper for Japanese.

Cottey College Student Receives Prestigious CLS Scholarship
Source: CBS 7 KOAM
Third-year Cottey College student Tiara Rowell was announced as a recipient of a scholarship from The Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program.

Rising editor-in-chief shows passion, talent for journalism
Source: The Lamron
Communication major and Central and Eastern European studies minor sophomore Annie Renaud will be traveling to Nizhny Novgorod in western Russia, fully-funded with the CLS Program.