Boren Scholars

These William & Mary students have been awarded National Security Education Program (NSEP) David L. Boren Scholarships. For more information on NSEP, see their website.

Awards announced in spring 2016
Awards announced in spring 2014
  • Jake Douglas, China
  • Rachel Faith, Kyrgystan
  • Jimmy Zhang, Taiwan
Awards announced in spring 2013
  • Elisabeth Goldemen, China
  • Rianna Jansen, Russia 
  • David Laws, China
  • Luis Madrid, Japan
  • Marshall Richards, China
  • Alison Roberts, Tanzania  
  • John Polcari, Morocco (alternate)
Awards announced in spring 2012
  • Stephen Hurley, China
  • Jacob Lassin, Russia
  • Chelsea Moubarak, Tanzania 
  • Danielle Tassara, South Korea 
Awards announced in spring 2011
  • Elizabeth Allen, Tanzania
  • Kristin Kiel, Jordan
  • David Newbrander, Jordan
Awards announced in spring 2010
  • Austin Strange, China
  • Shirin Wertime, Syria
  • Annie Brown, India (alternate)
  • Alex Ferraro, Brazil (alternate)
  • Megan Zurowski, Morocco (alternate)
Awards announced in spring 2009
  • Suzanne Reed, China
Awards announced in spring 2008
  • Erica Chiusano, Jordan
  • Adam Farrar, Morocco
  • Joseph Lahouchuc, Tanzania
  • Megan Liaboe, Jordan
  • Michael Woolslayer, Poland (alternate)
Awards announced in spring 2007
  • Kent Fogg, Serbia
  • Bailey Thomson, Morocco
  • Roy Torbert, United Arab Emirates
  • Kelly Marvin, China (alternate)
  • Andrew Starr, Czech Republic (alternate)
Awards announced in spring 2006
  • Daniel Hieber, Kenya (declined)
  • Christopher Pieper, Turkey
  • Jeremy Wacksman, India
  • Kara Weidman, Tanzania
  • Trevor Dreyfus, Brazil (alternate)
Awards announced in spring 2005
  • Sandra Dennis, Japan
  • Kori Lorick, China
  • Stacy Tse, China
  • Adrienne Wong, China
  • Eduardo Moreno, Japan (alternate)
Awards announced in spring 2004
  • Tara Erikson, China
  • Jason Ferguson, Mali
  • Kristen Hehe, China
  • Michael Wysong, China
  • Meg Blome, Egypt (alternate)
  • William Patchak, China (alternate)
  • Alexis Smith, Brazil (alternate)
Awards announced in spring 2003
  • Sarah Cramsey, Czech Republic
  • John Sampson, India
  • Abigail Southerland, China
  • Kristin Hehe, China (declined)
Awards announced in spring 2002
  • Gabriel Ruth, Egypt
Awards announced in spring 2001
  • Amy Creech, Morocco
  • Caroline Dolive, Russia
  • James Long IV, Tanzania
  • Michelle Pardini, China
  • Crystal Poore, Morocco
  • Sarah Kroeger, China (alternate)
Awards announced in spring 2000
  • Scott Hertel, China
  • Mali Math, China
  • Rebecca Skreslet, Morocco  
Awards announced in spring 1998
  • Maria Cruz, Japan
  • Donovan Maust, India
  • Esther James, Hungary (alternate)
Awards announced in spring 1997
  • Katharine Steele, China
Awards announced in spring 1996
  • Robert Dickson, China
  • Adriana Tatum, Chile
Awards announced in spring 1995
  • Matthew Marr, Chile
  • Nysa Telquist, China
Awards announced in spring 1994
  • Courtney Buck, China
  • Mary Hern, China
  • Rachel MacCleery, China
  • Emily Watts, China
  • Christian Wright, Egypt