Hofstra Student Wins National Foreign-Language ScholarshipApril 27, 2019
Steven Hartman, a junior with double majors in religion and global studies, has won a national scholarship to pay out the summertime studying the Punjabi language and Sikh religion in India.
The Critical Language Scholarship is sponsored while using the U.S. State Department, and offers fully-funded intensive trained in amongst 13 critically needed languages, through both formal instruction and one-on-one meetings with native speakers for conversational practice and cultural activities.? Scholarship winners can vary greatly for their quantity of expertise, and can will need to reveal that could use spanish in their professional lives.
Hartman, from Bear, Delaware, will pay out 2 months this year inside the state of Punjab in northwest India, which marks his first trip out of the Us.? Though possibly not fluent in Punjabi, they’re knowledgeable about a history and religion to your region, and needs to perform the education to read through religious texts while in the original language.
After graduation in 2019, he promises to apply for a Fulbright scholarship or Peace Corps assignment in Asia before pursuing his PhD in religion.? “Ultimately I look study how religion interacts with community development, particularly comparison towards the youth interaction,” said Hartman, who spent last summer building Somali refugee community in central Maine where he tells he many userful stuff here about understanding and negotiating cultural differences.
An Honors College, Hartman is additionally minoring in management it’s section of the Hofstra Crew Team.
Learn details about the Critical Language Scholarship or other major scholarships at Hofstra University’s Scholarship Nexus site.