Study Abroad Grants

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Session A - February 15, 2017
Session B - September 15, 2017

Phi Kappa Phi Study Abroad Grants are designed to help support undergraduates as they seek knowledge and experience in their academic fields by studying abroad. Seventy-five $1,000 grants are awarded each year (50 Session A / 25 Session B).

2016 Session B

Study Abroad Grant Winners

Name Phi Kappa Phi Chapter
Brooke Boyington Kansas State University
Kellie Brennan Elmhurst College
Trisha Chau Oregon State University
Alexis R. Chin Millersville University
Cameron Cloud The University of Southern Mississippi
Dillon Dunn University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Lilian Michelle Engel University of Arizona
Elizabeth Garcia The University of Texas at Arlington
Stephen Giannelli, Jr. Florida State University
Alex Gruber1 St. Norbert College
Shannon Kelley Pacific Lutheran University
Alexandra Kershner University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
Brittany Ladson Michigan State University
Tiffany Miller Middle Tennessee State University
Sanober Mirza2 University of Wisconsin-Madison
Emily Nettesheim Butler University
Katrine Ryan Elon University
Bianca Salinas The University of Houston
Daniel Schuster North Dakota State University
Elizabeth Anne Stokesberry Nazareth College
Emily Tatum Miami University
Jordan Thelander Missouri State University
Skyler Tuholski University of Georgia
Cassandra Tumasz Elon University
Mikayla Walters University of South Alabama
Lauren Winchester Coe College

Named Study Abroad Grants

Two Phi Kappa Phi Study Abroad Grants have been endowed by generous donors. Below are descriptions of the Society's named Study Abroad Grants and the contributors who made them possible:

1 McKenzie Study Abroad Grant - Established in 2011 from the generosity of past Society president Wendell H. McKenzie, Ph.D. and his wife Georgie McKenzie, the grant will be given annually to a successful applicant from North Carolina State University. Should there not be a successful applicant from North Carolina State University, the funds will be granted to a successful candidate from another Phi Kappa Phi member institution.

2 Larry Sommers Study Abroad Grant - Former Society president, Larry Sommers of Okemos, Michigan, did not have the opportunity to study abroad as a University of Wisconsin undergraduate in the late 1930’s. His endowed gift to the Society will make such opportunities available for future generations of students to enrich their education.

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