CLS in the Press


Prestigious Scholarships Aid in Achieving Educational, Career Goals
Source: The Daily Illini
Adam LoBue, Ph.D. student in history, received The Critical Language scholarship in 2017. Focusing on Swahili, his primary research language, LoBue spent the summer in Arusha, Tanzania. He learned the language and immersed himself in the culture as a historian of East Africa.

Former SCSU Runner with MS Participates in Alumni Track Meet
Source: The New Haven Register
An incredibly inspiring story about a former CLS Bangla participant who was diagnosed with MS and returned to India to receive treatment. Walsh has continued to live his life to the fullest and pursue his passions.

US International Education Week Kicks Off
Source: United News of India
The State Department is continuing its efforts to broaden participation in US-sponsored exchange programmes, including the Fulbright Programme, the Critical Language Scholarship Program, and the Gilman Programme.

International Education Week Kicks Off With Record Number of Students Studying Abroad
Source: Imperial Valley News
The State Department is continuing its efforts to broaden participation in U.S.-sponsored exchange programs, including the Fulbright Program, the Critical Language Scholarship Program, and the Gilman Program.

My Critical Language Scholarship Experience: Ngoun Lay
Source: Franklin and Marshall College News
Franklin & Marshall College junior Ngoun Lay spent last summer in Changchun, a provincial capital in northeastern China, where the experience offered him insights into his American identity as well as Chinese viewpoints of the United States.