Critical Language Scholarship

The Critical Language Scholarship is a program of the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. The scholarship provides opportunities for undergraduates to pursue intensive overseas summer study in the critical need foreign languages.

2023 Honorees

Grayson Peel

'23, cultural anthropology major



Giona Kleinberg
E’23, bioengineering and biochemistry major

B. Parazin
S’23, physics major

Ari Zlota
S’23, biochemistry major


Sabrina Bond
S’22, behavioral neuroscience major

Spencer Jacobs-Skolik
E’22, electrical engineering major

Cameron Young
E/S’22, chemical engineering and biochemistry major


Shellaina Gordon
S’21, biochemistry major

Max Daniels
KCS’22, computer science and math combined major, physics minor


Minhal Amhed
E’19, bioengineering major, mathematics minor

Isaac Kresse
S/E’19, double major in chemistry and computer engineering

Kritika Singh
E’20, bioengineering major, chemistry minor

Elizabeth Wig
E’20, electrical engineering major, mathematics minor


Benjamin Moran
S’18, marine biology major

Hannah Tam
S’19, biochemistry major, economics and history minors