This scholarship has been established by the faculty members of the Asia Program to encourage WSU students to participate in a study abroad experience in Asia.
November 1 for spring semester programs
April 1 for summer and fall semester programs
Eligibility and Guidelines
- Applicants must be in good academic standing.
- Sophomore status or above at the time of study abroad.
- Have completed a minimum of 6 credit hours in Asia Program courses, or their equivalent.
- Be accepted into a WSU Education Abroad–approved, credit-bearing study abroad program in East Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia, Central Asia, or the Middle East.
- Scholarship is open to students from any major.
- Preference is given to students who have not previously studied or lived for an extended period of time in Asia.
- The selection committee will take into account the suitability of the applicant’s proposed study plan, the ability of the applicant to participate in the language of instruction at the institution to be attended, demonstrated interest in the study of Asia (e.g., classes taken, languages studied, events attended), financial need, and potential for growth and development.
- To apply, please submit the Education Abroad Scholarship Application.
- 2017–2018: Cathy Tung Lee
- 2017: Andrew Porter, Gabriel Robinson, Katerina Tsatsomeros
- 2016: Kaisha Davis, Lukas Fontanilla
- 2014–2015: David Graham Littlejohn
- 2013: Jackie Hill, German Meza, Nicole Lee Smolinske, John Marshall Stark, Bradley Adam White
- 2012: Kay Xiaoli Nelson
- 2008: Anthony Irving, Leah Masten
- 2007: Sarah Irigoin, Michael Pritchard, Mathew Todd
- 2006: Jordan Bush, Jason Busse, Tamber Hilton
- 2005: Matthew McEnany, Aaron Peplowski
- 2004: Drew Cason, Marcus DePasquale