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Two grads awarded yearlong scholarships to study in Indonesia

Emily Bradford, '18, and Zachary Cain, '19, are two of 14 U.S. students selected by Indonesia's government for the Darmasiswa Scholarship Program.Learn more

Senior awarded prestigious Boren Scholarship to study Arabic in Jordan

Sara Hyman has been selected to study abroad next year in Jordan as part of the Boren Scholarship program, an initiative of the National Security Education Program.

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Two fellowships advance professor's InterAsia research

Religious studies professor Mimi Hanaoka has been awarded a Transregional Research Junior Scholar Fellowship by the Social Science Research Council and a Mednick Fellowship by the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges.Read more

New study abroad program aims to increase accessibility to international travel

Richmond recently launched a new program that aims to overcome the obstacles preventing students from participating in study abroad opportunities. Encompass is an experimental program offering full financial support to participate in faculty-led, short-term travel opportunities for students who are typically absent from study abroad opportunities.

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Spiders Abroad Photo Contest
Young Senegalese boys driving their mule-drawn cart across a flat land to reach the village nearby.

-Charlotte Bednarski

Senegal
A day trip to Hven, a quaint island off the coast of Sweden. I went with my friend Lindsey who is also a Richmond student.

-Claire Mendelson...
Zonsondergang, Sunset in the Jordaan district in Amersterdam.

-Nathan Dinh

Amsterdam, Netherlands
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