2012-2013 Academic Year Connelly-Delouvrier International Scholars

Name Grad Year Major Program Hometown
Michael Corcoran 2014 Political Science Blackfriars, Oxford University, England Garden City South, NY
Sarah Dunbar 2014 History Boston University London Art History Program with the Courtauld Institute of Art, England
Hampton Falls, NH
Caitlin Flessate 2014 Global Interdisciplinary Studies CIEE Arts and Sciences study abroad program at CIEE Study Center at Yonsei University, South Korea
Chantilly, VA
Laura Humphrey 2014 Business IES Madrid Language Arts Program, Spain
Pittsburgh, PA
Jennifer Kelly 2014 Political Science Oxford University, England West Grove, PA
Ryan Kosyla 2013 Honors Arcadia University's Arcadia Center for Hellenic, Mediterranean, and Balkan Studies and Research in Athens, Greece Voorhees, NJ
Ariana Meltzer-Bruhn 2014 Global Interdisciplinary Studies The Alliance for Global Education- Shanghai, China-- Shanghai University of Finance and Economics (SUFE), China
Alexandria, VA
Elizabeth Morris 2014 Art History CIEE Netherlands, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Havertown, PA
Thomas Morris 2014 Art History SIT, Czech Republic Havertown, PA
Kyle Stephan 2014 Communication CIEE Seville, Spain Liberal Arts Program Institutions: Universidad Pablo de Olavide. Universidad de Sevilla, Spain
Doylestown, PA
Samantha Thoma 2014 Political Science "Spain: Language, Community and Social Change" SIT Study Abroad, Spain
Franklin Lakes, NJ
Kaitlin Thompson 2014 Political Science SIT Chile Political Systems and Economic Development, Chile
Medfield, MA
Katherine Wiseman 2014 Communication The Child Diversity and Development Program at the Danish Institute for Study Abroad, Denmark
McLean, VA
Bethany Wood 2014 Political Science American University Center of Provence's Marseille Program, France
Mendham, NJ
Camila Zrein 2014 English Arcadia- University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Framingham, MA

Program Eligibility and Deadlines

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The Connelly-Delouvrier International Scholarship is open to students in good standing in the University Honors Program (3.33 cumulative GPA, active in Honors). Students typically apply in their sophomore year for study abroad in the junior year, although freshman may also apply to study abroad in their sophomore year.

Applications should be sent to the Honors email address (honorsprogram@villanova.edu).  A complete application consists of a completed application form, resume, essay, official transcripts, two teacher recommendations, and a description of your proposed study abroad program. (See full details in main page text).  Questions can be addressed to Dr. Payne (allison.payne@villanova.edu).