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Campus Locations

Physical Address:
Bruce M. Pitman Center
875 Perimeter Drive MS 4264
Moscow, ID 83844-4264

Phone: 208-885-6111

Fax: 208-885-9119


Distinguished Award Winners

The Boren Scholarship for International Study is a prestigious award for highly motivated U.S. undergraduates and graduate students to study abroad in world regions critical to U.S. interests. Scholarship benefits are up to $10,000 per semester.

Ian Hahn, 2018
Matthias Fostvedt, 2013
Tae Hon Paschal, 2013
Ana Reed , 2012
Cassandra Byrne, 2008
Nathan Larson , 2008
Jasper Cooke, 2007
David Goodman, 2003
James Cerven, 1996
Elizabeth DeHass, 1995
Steven McConnell, 1994

CLS institutes provide fully-funded, group-based intensive language experiences in 13 critical-need foreign languages to approximately 500 students nationwide per year. Participants are expected to continue their language study beyond the scholarship period and apply their language skills in their future professional careers.

Mikayla Sievers, 2019
Alonso Arteaga, 2018
Carly Joerger, 2015
Ada Fryer, 2013
Nicole Lee, 2012
Adam Collins, 2009
Ross Avery, 2006
Anisah El-Mansouri, 2006

Relaunched in 2016, the Freeman-ASIA Award is an opportunity for undergraduate students who have a demonstrated financial need to study abroad in East or Southeast Asia. Maximum scholarship benefits are $3,000 for the summer, $5,000 for the semester, and $7,000 for the academic year.

Jamie Waters, 2018
Alonso Arteaga, 2016
Mary Alania, 2009
Griffin Libby-Blesser, 2009
Jesse Marble, 2008
Hilary Robbeloth, 2007
Daniel Jaklich, 2007
Keegan Price, 2006
Jared Smith, 2006
Daysha Hampton, 2005
Ranay Twidwell, 2005
Rebecca Schwartz, 2004
Aaron Goldman, 2003
Tasha Thomas, 2003
Spencer Korn, 2003
Mark Brown, 2003
Jeff McLeod, 2002
Grant Minnis, 2002
James Franklin, 2002
Sarah Roop, 2002
Kevin Turner, 2002
Jane Bowles, 2001

The Fulbright U.S. Student Program provides fully funded grants in participating countries outside the U.S. for individually designed study/research projects or for English Teaching Assistant Programs. The program funds 1,900 scholarships annually with 140 participating countries, opening doors for alumni to become successful leaders in all walks of life.

Michael Bishop, 2020
Olivia Comstock, 2020
Annarose Qualls, 2020
Jamie Waters, 2019
Taylor Azizeh, 2019
Amaya Amigo, 2017
Mary Ortman, 2017
Derek Reagan, 2016
Anthony St. Claire, 2016
Anna Cantrell, 2016
Carly Lauffer, 2013
Katherine Cleary, 2012
Ryan Burner, 2011
Anna Makowski, 2008
Richard Eppink, 2006
Jessica Rowe, 2006
Dana Elliott, 2006
Adair Muth, 2006
Joshua Preston, 2003
Aaron Mosher, 2002
Ralph Kern, 2002
Lori Ann Lahlum, 2000
Erik Nielsen, 2000
Joan Kluwe, 1999
Rachel Johnstone, 1998
Alyssa Muth, 1998
Barry Malmberg, 1998
Jill Aldape, 1998
Rashmi Yadav, 1996
James Kearney, 1994
Karen Wethered, 1989
Kathleen Epeldi, 1988
David Groman, 1983
Philip Gordon, 1976

The US-UK Fulbright Commission offers special Summer Institutes for US citizens to come to the UK on a three- to six-week academic and cultural summer program. Program participants experience a rewarding academic program and a unique exploration of UK culture, heritage and history.

Nicole Moeckli, 2015
Catherine Yenne, 2015
Autumn Pratt, 2014
Ashley Vincent, 2010

The Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship Program allows undergraduate students of limited financial means to pursue academic studies or credit-bearing, career-oriented internships abroad. This competitive scholarship is annually awarded to fewer than 3,000 U.S. students nationwide.

Fatima Partida, 2019
Estefania Cervantes, 2018
Cole Keehner, 2018
Alexandria Campbell, 2018
Storm Jansson, 2018
Terrun Zolman, 2018
Jamie Waters, 2018
Alayne Chipman, 2017
Tasia North, 2017
Emma Scott, 2017
Casandra Clements, 2017
Clarisa Lopez, 2016
Joshua Warnick, 2016
Lauren Hirsch, 2016
William Juarez-Tapia, 2016
Clara Bowman, 2016
Alonso Arteaga, 2016
Samuel Hermann, 2015
William Humble, 2015
Jordan Kizer, 2015
Emily Kizer, 2015
Marley Munroe, 2015
Andres Alcantara, 2014
Joshua Lee, 2014
Jeremy Sauer, 2014
Maranda Andersson, 2013
Michael Hungerford, 2013
Mason Kingsley, 2013
Sofia Cardoso, 2012
Cooper Findlay, 2012
Melissa Greenwalt, 2012
Joshua Holland, 2012
Nylah Holt, 2012
Micaela Iveson, 2012
Dakota Wallen, 2012
Brian Austin, 2011
Meridith Griffin, 2011
Shawn McKennan, 2011
Rachel Rojas, 2011
Isaac Rule, 2011
Austin Becker, 2010
Reuben Germain, 2010
Douglas Hogan, 2010
Madison Nielson, 2010
Stephen Perez, 2010
Devon Sturdivant, 2010
Enrique Aguilar, 2009
Joanie Andruss, 2009
Nick Bryant, 2009
Cassandra Garcia, 2009
Naomi McClaine, 2009
Ester Ellen Nelson, 2009
Thomas Sayward, 2009
Naomi Cooper, 2009
Mary Alania, 2009
Melissa Larsen, 2008
Lani Mendez, 2008
Richard Ridgeway, 2007
April Ridgeway, 2007
Gregory Stamper, 2007
Jill Schwartz, 2007
Christopher Conception, 2006
Elizabeth Ellis, 2006
Christina Navarro, 2006
Rosalyn West, 2006
Jared Smith, 2006
Travis Barrett, 2005
Joshah Jennings, 2004
Eric Johnson, 2003
Kelly Greenfield, 2002

For college juniors and seniors who intend to pursue careers in math, the natural sciences, or engineering, the Goldwater Scholarship covers eligible expenses for tuition, fees, books, and room and board up to a maximum of $7,500 annually.

Peik Lund-Andersen, 2021
Nick Pancheri, 2021
Elizabeth Hoots, 2020
Isabell Strawn, 2020
Samuel Myers, 2019
Alyssa Ertel, 2016
Benjamin Anzis, 2015
Elyce Gosselin, 2015
Rebecca La Verne Winzer, 2013
Kevin Witkoe, 2013
Rebecca Johnson, 2012
Jacob R. Bow, 2011
Quinn J. MacPherson, 2011
Joshua Roger Pohlman, 2008
Bryan Joseph Wilson, 2008
Christopher M. Chandler, 2007
Jack S. Grow, 2005
Ted H. Yamamoto, 2005
Bryan J. Haney, 2004
Benjamin J. Pollard, 2003
Michael C. Holcomb, 2002
Melanie A. Coonts, 2001
Luke J. Grauke, 2001
Brandy S. Wiegers, 2001
Kirsten S. Johnson, 2000
Rebecca L. Cleveland, 1998
Karen A. Cloud, 1997
Nicole J. Di Luglio, 1995
Jeffery T. Golden, 1994
John D. Harrington, 1994
Joseph G. Harrington, 1993
Katherine A. Hellhake, 1991
Kevin J. Harrington, 1991

For recent graduates and currently enrolled students who intend to pursue a career in secondary school teaching in American history, American government, and social studies, the Madison Fellowship offers a maximum of $24,000 for two years of study.

Helen S. Ditto, 1996

The GRFP provides up to three years of support for the graduate education of individuals who have demonstrated their potential for significant achievements in science and engineering research.

Mellisa Clemons, 2020
Elyce Gosselin, 2020
LeeAnn Hold, 2020
Maia Wilson, 2020
Clint Elg, 2019
Neil Paprocki, 2019
Hallie (Reena) Walker, 2019
J. Tyrell Styhl, 2018
Benjamin Anzis, 2017
Isaac Curtis, 2017
Emily White, 2017
Katey Huggler, 2016
Courtney Hollar, 2015
Thomas Mason Linscott, 2015
Kaila Alexandria Akina, 2014
Josh Egan, 2014
Katelyn Susanne Slavens, 2014
Daniel D. Vanderpool, 2013
Nicholas Weires, 2013
Nicholas Christopher Harris, 2012
Maike Freija Holthuijzen, 2012
Melia G. Nafus, 2011
Christopher Roske, 2011
Hannah Marx, 2010
Hillery Claire Metz, 2008
Cami Marie Charonko, 2007
Katharine J. Tufano, 2005
Michael Charles Holcomb, 2004
Kristy Lynn Henscheid, 2003
Krista Lynn Rule, 2003
Sparrow Buck Samuel, 2003
Andrew Robert Carson, 2002
Steven Raymond Dahl, 2001
Carla Marie Boulianne, 1999
Nichole L. Goeden, 1998
Eric Edward Nuxoll, 1998
Robert Michael Becker, 1994
Jennifer Lynn Watts, 1991
Tallis Blalack, 1989
Gary Russell Withers, 1989
Timothy Edward Fiez, 1988
Randall Lee Kolar, 1987
Sally Ann Allen Ness, 1982
James E. Jr Flynn, 1980
Teddy L. Lund, 1975
Bryon D. Anderson, 1969
Michael L. Olson, 1966
Gary A. Carlson, 1964
Lee W. Davison, 1963
George L. Bloomsburg, 1962
Jay A. Waitz, 1959
Glen A. Mortensen, 1958
Louis P. Remsberg, 1956

A distinguished honors society, Phi Kappa Phi fellowships are awarded to first-year graduate or professional study applicants. Only 51 $5,000 fellowships and six $15,000 applicants are awarded.

Karena Pals, 1993
Troy Falck, 1991
Gregory Eiselein, 1987
Dwaine Tesnohlidek, 1985
David Connolly, 1984
Molly Mannschreck, 1979
Jack Riggs, 1976

The Rangel Program is a collaborative effort between Howard University and the U.S. State Department that seeks to attract and prepare outstanding young people for careers as diplomats in the Foreign Service. There are two major components to the Rangel Program. The first, Rangel International Affairs Graduate Fellowship Program, provides support for graduate school, professional development, and entry into the U.S. Foreign Service. The second component, Rangel Undergraduate International Affairs Summer Enrichment Program, provides undergraduates with the opportunity to enhance their skills, knowledge and understanding about U.S. foreign policy during a six-week summer program at Howard University.

Zachary Lien, Undergraduate International Affairs Summer Enrichment Program, 2017

The Rhodes Scholarship is an internationally recognized and highly coveted, $50,000 per year award given to 32 Americans each year for up to three years of study at the University of Oxford. At one time the University of Idaho was home to the most Rhodes Scholars of any institution west of the Mississippi.

Zachary Lien (Finalist), 2017
Susan Bruns, 1989
Henry Arms, 1936
Rex Pontius, 1933
George Huber, 1930
Farnswort Jennings, 1929
Wallace Brown, 1927
Harold Wyman, 1926
Walser Greathouse, 1924
Philip Buck, 1923
Ernest Lindley, 1920
Walter Sandelius, 1918
Marvin Monroe, 1917
Baxter Mow, 1914
Ralph Foster, 1913
Ludwig Gerlough, 1911
Toney Crooks, 1910
George Curtis, 1908
Mkenn Morrow, 1907
Carol Foster, 1905
Lawrence Gipson , 1904

The Harry S. Truman Scholarship provides up to $30,000 to support graduate student and leadership training for top students committed to public service, whether in government, education, non-profit work or another related area. Scholars are required to work in public service for three of seven years following completion of their graduate degree.

Ms. Karena Pals, 1991
Troy M. Falck, 1987
Cynthia R. Long, 1986
James M. Pierce, 1985
Michael D. Trail, 1984
Kamala A. Shadduck, 1983
Clare D. Henriksen, 1982

The Udall Foundation annually awards 60 scholarships of up to $7,000 to students pursuing careers related to the environment, Native American and Alaska Native students pursuing careers related to tribal public policy, and Native American and Alaska Native students pursuing careers related to Native health care.

Addie White (Honorable Mention), 2020
Madi Thurston (Honorable Mention), 2019
Kassandra Townsend (Honorable Mention), 2019
Wieteke A. Holthuijzen, 2013
Rebecca A. Johnson, 2011
Melissa M. Firor, 2008
Adair D. Muth, 2004
Eric R. Larson, 2003
Adair D. Muth, 2003
Eric R. Larson, 2002
Matthew P. Corsi, 2001
Colleen M. Frei Diener, 2001
Tad J. Kisaka, 2001
Tad J. Kisaka, 2000
Briana M. Keafer, 1999
Alyssa R. Muth-Hudrup, 1997
Alyssa R. Muth-Hudrup, 1996
Wyatt R. Hundrup, 1996

Campus Locations

Physical Address:
Bruce M. Pitman Center
875 Perimeter Drive MS 4264
Moscow, ID 83844-4264

Phone: 208-885-6111

Fax: 208-885-9119