CLAS Awards $407,124 in FLAS Funding

August 29, 2019
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CLAS has awarded 19 Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowships for the 2019-2020 Academic Year, representing $407,124 of funding for students at The Ohio State University. Ten graduate and professional students received the fellowship, in addition to nine undergraduate students. The FLAS Fellowship is made possible through a Title VI Foreign Language and Area Studies grant from the International and Foreign Language Education division of the U.S. Department of Education, as well as generous matching funding from OSU's Graduate School.
 
 
Congratulations to our fellows!
 
  • Stephanie Antetomaso, a graduate student in the Department of Linguistics, who is studying intermediate Ecuadorian Kichwa
  • Noah Diewald, a graduate student in the Department of Linguistics, who is studying intermediate Ecuadorian Kichwa
  • Sadler Kirk, a graduate student in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, who is studying intermediate Quechua
  • James Leow, a graduate student in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, who is studying intermediate Quechua
  • Sandra Martinez, a graduate student in the College of Social Work, who is studying elementary Portuguese
  • Hunter Rayfield, a graduate student in the Department of City and Regional Planning, who is studying elementary Portuguese
  • Caroline Shipley, a graduate student in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, who is studying advanced Quechua
  • Carrie Vereide, a graduate student in the College of Social Work, who is studying advanced Portuguese
  • Butch Wright, a graduate student in the Department of Anthropology, who is studying advanced Portuguese
  • Sarah Yannone, a graduate student in the College of Nursing, who is studying elementary Portuguese
  • Brian Collins, an undergraduate student in the Department of Spanish & Portuguese, who is studying intermediate Portuguese
  • Frances Dillon, an undergraduate student in the Department of Linguistics, who is studying intermediate Quechua
  • Michael Freshwater, an undergraduate student in the Department of Spanish & Portuguese, who is studying advanced Portuguese
  • Megan Kafka, an undergraduate student in the Department of Spanish & Portuguese, who is studying intermediate Portuguese
  • Victora Paxton, an undergraduate student in the Department of Linguistics, who is studying intermediate Quechua
  • Riley Sayers, an undergraduate student in the Department of International Studies, who is studying advanced Portuguese
  • Taisse Torres-Lorenzo, an undergraduate student in the Department of Spanish & Portuguese and Psychology, who is studying intermediate Portuguese
  • Sarah Wade, an undergraduate student in the Department of Spanish & Portuguese, who is studying intermediate Quechua
  • Jaret Waters, an undergraduate student in the Department of Spanish & Portuguese and Economics, who is studying advanced Portuguese