Colleen Wilcox | December 11, 2018
The U.S. Department of State’s Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship has been awarded to five Notre Dame students who will be studying abroad in spring 2019. This is a record number of recipients for the University in a single application cycle.
Among the selected students:
• Junior Seth Cattanach of Minnesota will study in London. Cattanach is a declared computer engineering major.
• Junior Brendan O'Donnell of Illinois will study in Dublin-UCD. O’Donnell is a declared computer engineering major.
• Junior Avian Robinson of Wisconsin will study in Berlin. Robinson is a declared business analytics major.
• Junior Deandre Tomlinson of New Jersey will study in Puebla, Mexico. Tomlinson is a declared science computing major.
• Junior Meklit Zenabu of Ohio will study in Jerusalem. Zenabu is a declared psychology major.
More than 800 students were selected to receive scholarships to participate in credit-bearing study abroad programs and career-oriented internships around the world. More than 100 selection panelists from colleges and universities across the nation reviewed the 3,400 applications for this cycle.
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