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The David Hershberg for Summer Study Abroad

$2,000

February 14, 2021

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The David Hershberg Scholarship for Summer Study Abroad was established in memory of David Hershberg, a Louisville educator, mentor, and guiding force in the creation and development of the Louisville International Cultural Center (now the World Affairs Council of Kentucky and Southern Indiana). This annual scholarship awards recipients funds of at least $2,000 to be used to help defray the costs of international travel, lodging, and maintenance for a period of at least 21 days of study or research outside the United States. Candidates are evaluated on the basis of academic merit and by the importance of their proposed study/research abroad experience for their personal, intellectual, and professional career goals.
    The scholarship is administered by the World Affairs Council of Kentucky & Southern Indiana, a non-profit member-based organization whose mission is to promote cross-cultural awareness, education and tolerance through nonpartisan discussions on current international issues. For more information, or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.


  • Contact
  • Samantha Risen
  • 2500 Montgomery Street
  • Louisville, KY 40212
  • samantha.risen@worldkentucky.org
  • 502-561-5422

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