Erin Blasko | December 11, 2019
Four University of Notre Dame students will study abroad next semester as Gilman Scholars, all through Notre Dame International.
- Junior Mikaela Ramsey will study in Santiago, Chile. Ramsey is a sociology major from Findlay, Ohio, with a minor in education, schooling and society. She is a QuestBridge Scholar and a Doan Scholar.
- Junior Rhetta Eubanks will study in Toledo, Spain. Eubanks is an economics and history honors double major from Gilbert, Arizona.
- Sophomore Mariah Smith will study in Jerusalem. Smith is an Arabic major from New Orleans with a supplemental major in global affairs with a concentration in international peace studies. She is a QuestBridge Scholar.
- Junior Marie Doyle will study in Galway, Ireland. Doyle is a program of liberal studies major from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, with minors in sustainability and Irish language and literature.
In applying for the competitive scholarship, the students worked closely with the Flatley Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement (CUSE), which promotes the intellectual development of Notre Dame undergraduates through scholarly engagement, research, creative endeavors and the pursuit of fellowships.
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